Patterns of Interest

I was recovering from some injuries when friends encouraged I use the recovery period to compile some of the more interesting internal forms I had learned over the years.

Seemed like a good idea to me. These forms are usually incorporated into Tai Chi programs, at an advanced level. Elsewhere, you can find demonstrations of the basic Tai Chi patterns ... I see no need to replicate the fine work of others here.

Our focus will be on forms which will challenge you’re already evolving skills, hopefully encouraging you to explore those uncharted waters just over the horizon.

Tai Chi Sword (When Injured #1)

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San Shou (When Injured #2)

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San Shou (When Injured #3)

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