Programs


Chen Style Form


TRADITIONAL CHEN STYLE FIRST FORM

Chen style is the oldest Tai Chi form and retains a martial arts quality that is part of the origins of tai chi. It is characterized by varying opening and closing circular movements executed at different heights and speeds, including explosive expressions of force. This form is suitable for those who want a medium to high intensity exercise as well as an introduction to the harmonious interplay of hard and soft and the ongoing spiraling (or “silk-reeling”) motion that are fundamental to Chen Style Tai Chi.

CHEN STYLE SECOND FORM (CANNON FIST)

The second Chen style form (also called “Cannon Fist”) is quite demanding and requires learning to balance very vigorous and soft, relaxed movements. It is based on the first form, but adds more difficult motions such as jumping, rotating, hitting, and moving energy sequentially from your centre through your limbs. It is suitable for those who want a more challenging medium to high intensity exercise.

The second Chen style form (also called “Cannon Fist”) is quite demanding and requires learning to balance very vigorous and soft, relaxed movements. It is based on the first form, but adds more difficult motions such as jumping, rotating, hitting, and moving energy sequentially from your centre through your limbs. It is suitable for those who want a more challenging medium to high intensity exercise.



JI HONG TAI CHI (TORONTO)

1220 Ellesmere road, unit 9
Scarborough, Toronto, ON, M1P 2X5, Canada

Tel: 416.704.9288

Email: jhtcschool@gmail.com

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