Yang Hand Forms

Our instructors teach the following hand forms.

Yang Hand Forms

Our Yang form comes from two sources, the first source is that of John Ding a sixth generation diciple of the famous Yang Luchan a student who studied with Chen Chang-hsing a 14th generation disciple of the Chen family. And the second is the Dayin style taught by Li Dayin and his daughter Fay Li Yipe as recognised by the International Wushu Federation.

Over the years the Yang and Chen styles have difrerentiated for instance the Chen style has its open stances while the Yang style has a more narrower stance. The Yang style was the first style of Tai Chi to be taught openly to the public and consequently gained more adherents before the Chen style began to be taught. There are also many more variants of the Yang style being taught now than the Chen style.

Short Form (John Ding)

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Long Form (John Ding)

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24 Form (Li Deiyin)

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