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#424643 - 01/31/10 01:39 PM Yang Tai Chi videos help needed
kenposan Offline

Registered: 08/23/01
Posts: 633
Loc: Columbus, Ohio
I've been away from MA and these forums for a looooooooooong time. Anyway, I trained in Yang and Ch'ang Tai Chi years ago. I was a beginner/intermediate student.

I still don't have a lot of free time for training so I am looking for quality dvds to help me pick up what I have lost. I know I won't find and Ch'ang dvds. Dr. Weng has a vhs series apparently but you can't seem to actually buy them anywhere.

Since I also dabbled in Yang, and there is a great deal of material available, I am leaning toward that route.

Can anyone recommend a good dvd or series? I am most interested in short 24 and 42, long, and a staff form. Preferably by the same person for consistency, if possible.

(yes, I know face to face instruction is best but it's just not feasible at this time).

Thanks in advance.
The angry man will defeat himself in battle, as well as in life. -Samurai maxim

#424834 - 02/09/10 11:40 AM Re: Yang Tai Chi videos help needed [Re: kenposan]
gojucrane Offline

Registered: 07/22/06
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You could try looking on . Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming has quite a large dvd library covering Yang style training. Staff, yin/yang symbol training, silk reeling, pushing hands, chin na, and long form all included in the series. I have trained with Dr. Yang and know his material to be top notch. Hope it helps.
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#425086 - 02/16/10 03:48 PM Re: Yang Tai Chi videos help needed [Re: gojucrane]
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I've leaning toward YMAA since discovering them on Amazon.
The angry man will defeat himself in battle, as well as in life. -Samurai maxim

#428491 - 07/22/10 03:22 PM Re: Yang Tai Chi videos help needed [Re: kenposan]
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check under empty hands then special sets. I learned that exact style from them personally. I love it.


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