Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan Videos
Grasp the Sparrow’s Tail
Tai Chi club
One of the more challenging, and enjoyable, aspects of learning Tai Chi is memorizing the sequence of moves in each form. Tai Chi is far more than choreography, of course, and in our classes we teach principles, such as posture, breathing, relaxation, mindfulness, martial applications, and so on, hand-in-hand with the form.
The Sparrow’s Tail Tai Chi club practises Yangjia Michuan Taijiquan, which is a Yang style composed of 127 movements, split into three parts of 18, 44, and 65 movements. We also practise a fan form and two sword forms.
To help students who are attending our classes, we have assembled a list of videos that we think are good examples of each form, performed by teachers of our Tai Chi style.
See below for the particlar form that you want to practise and then click on the image to start the video.
Part One / 1st Duan
Part Two / 2nd Duan
Part Three / 3rd Duan
Parts One to Three
Thirteen Postures / 十三勢 / Shi San Shi
Yen-nien Taiji Fan / 延年扇 / Éventail
Wudang Sword / 武當劍 / Épée Nouvelle
Kunlun Sword / 崑崙劍 / Épée Ancienne
Wang Yen-nien Reference Videos