Diversity in Practice

It is quite amazing to note diverse flavors of Grandmaster Wei Shuren’s 22-Form that is out there. Take a look at the video below which starts off with a performance of the first section of the 22-form. Thereafter, you can see performances of the same section by two of his disciples and others.

As part of our strategy to Master Tai Chi Today we should do research and observe how others practice the same form from our style. Who knows, we might learn something whether it is how to improve or what to avoid doing.


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