Tai Chi Styles: Yang, Chen, Wu, Sun

Yang Style: Yang style Tai Chi is one of the most popular and widely practiced styles worldwide. It is characterized by its slow, graceful movements and emphasis on relaxation

Chen Style: Chen style Tai Chi is the oldest and original style of Tai Chi, dating back to the 17th century.

Wu Style: Wu style Tai Chi is known for its compact, refined movements and focus on internal energy (qi) cultivation. It was developed in the 19th century by Wu Quanyou and further refined

Sun Style: Sun style Tai Chi is the youngest of the major Tai Chi styles, created in the early 20th century by Sun Lutang, who combined elements of Tai Chi, Xingyi, and Bagua

Emphasis on Health: While all Tai Chi styles share common principles and techniques, each style has its unique characteristics and training methods. 

Martial Applications: Chen style is renowned for its martial applications and practical self-defense techniques. 

Internal Energy Cultivation: Wu style emphasizes internal energy cultivation and the development of nei jin (internal power).




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