Tai Chi 36-Posture Yang Style Series

Class Description

The 36-Yang style posture is a very popular form. This form contains the same  characteristics as the 24-Yang form but is slightly longer in length and offers some variations. Relative to other styles, 36 Yang is easier to learn. Its soft, slow, circular healing movements make it ideal for energetic cultivation for health and spirituality. For the martial artist, this form can serve to balance out “harder” movements, thus developing a higher level of awareness.

This series teaches a warm-up section followed by the study of the 36-posture form. The class includes access to videos of the form so students can practice.

Tai Chi 36-Posture Yang Style:

  • reduces stress and revitalizes health and well-being
  • is easy to learn regardless of age or physical ability
  • will help you discover Qi, your life-force energy 

Class details

Prerequisite: None
Modality: Online
Class Length: 12 lessons

your instructor

Prof. Arnold Tayam teaches a Tai Chi class
Professor Arnold Tayam, D.M.Q., D.T.C.M. (China), Master Instructor Shifu of Tai Chi & Bagua

Class Practice Video

(for registered students only)

36 posture form, part 1

Class Practice Video

(for registered students only)

36 posture form, part 2

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