[Ji Hong Tai Chi College] Wu Style Tai Chi
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Master Luo Hong-Yuan, B.Ed., co-founder of Ji Hong Tai Chi College, has an impressive curriculum vitae, including a highly successful tenure as Wushu Instructor at the Department of Physical Education at South China Normal University and as an award winner in numerous competitions and tournaments in China. In 1984, Mr. Luo won the gold medal for Traditional Taijiquan at the Wuhan International Taijiquan and Sword Competition. Master Luo’s students, over the past two decades, have won many championships in North American and International competitions. Master Luo is the author of several well-received books on Taijiquan, including the definitive work The Ji Hong Taiji System: Evolutionary Theory, Application, Methodology. In 2004, Master Luo was recognized by the International Wushu Federation in Beijing as a Level A International Wushu Adjudicator, and a 7th Duan (Grade) Holder in Wushu. Master Luo’s teacher was his father, Grand Master Luo Ji-Hong, a renowned and well-repected Taiji instructor and scholar in China.
The series of two instructional discs introduces the eighty-eight movements of the Wu Style Taijiquan Form. Refined and elegant, Wu Style Taijiquan is characterized by compact, circular and agile movements. In this outstanding performance, the distinctive “slanted but straight” feature of the Wu style is evident in the polished forms demonstrated by Master Luo. “Hands as ilssom as willow branches bending to touch the water and torso as solid as a long steel bridge”, the beauty of the continuously flowing motions of Wu style Taiji is exquisitely epressed throughout the performance.
Both the novice and experienced student will find these DVDs useful as study guides.
Disk One demonstrates the entire form and includes a slide show demo illustrating angles and directions of movements.
Disk Two is a step-by-step instruction of each of the eighty-eight movements. Two camera angles are utilized in the instruction.
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