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Taiji: Tai Chi Eight Immortals Cane/Stick 1

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Uploaded on Jul 23, 2008

Visit http://www.taichihealthways.com for more videos of Master Jesse Tsao on Yang, Chen, Wu, Sun tai chi tyle and Tai Chi sword, broadsword, qigong (Chi gong) meditation for internal energy healing, bio-energy, Shaolin and Wudang Taoist Kung-fu martial arts, Taiji Power Release (fajin), Taiji application, Bagua, Xingyi application. Traditional Tai Chi Eight Immortals Cane is a very special Tai Chi routine. A walking cane is an everyday, common object, but is also a handy weapon in self defense! This routine is based on the characteristics of Tai Chi postures with the traditional Taoist "eight immortals" cane/stick martial function. It is fun for any age level to learn. Grandmaster Zhu Tiancai created the Chinese brush writing calligraphy for this routine. Tai Chi Health Ways host annual workshop with the top masters. See photos or videos of Chen Zhenglei, Li Deyin, Zhu Tiancai, Chen Xiaowang, Dan Lee, Su Zifang, Abraham Liu .... The Tai Chi diagram is the foundation upon which Tai Chi was born. Many people take it as only a symbol or philosophy, unaware of Tai Chi's principles and secret application methods are hidden within the symbol's curved lines.

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