Learn a Tai Chi Form

The Clear Tai Chi Big 8 Move Set


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Learn a Tai Chi Form

The Clears Tai Chi Big 8 Move Set can be learned quickly and practiced in a short amount of time.

Here at Clear Tai Chi we focus on developing advanced internal skill.

If you already know a Tai Chi form then use the one you know. You can skip this section and focus on building Chi, learning Jings & developing internal skill & power.

Learn the Clear Tai Chi Big 8 Move Set

If you do not have a Tai Chi set then The Big 8 Move Set is a great way to get started. It contains everything you need in a Tai Chi form and it can be learned quickly and practiced in a short amount of time.

The following version of the Big 8 is shown as a beginner should practice it.

When you first begin learning the form don’t worry about the fine details. Just focus on the basic movements.

Once you have learned the basic movements then you will work on refining your structural alignments and your movement.

You will also begin learning Jings & expressions and the way you perform each movement will change based on what expression or Jing you are working on.

1) The Essence of Tai Chi in Only 8 Moves

2) The importance of Wu Chi

3) The 10 Keys to Wu Chi Posture

4) The Big 8 Move Set

  1. Apparent Opening / Place Hands on Jade Table
  2. Wild Horse Tosses Mane
  3. Brush Knee
  4. Strum the Lute
  5. Monkey Retreats
  6. Cloud Hands
  7. Carry the Cauldron
  8. Grand Tai Chi

Now you are ready to begin learning Tai Chi.

Learning a Tai Chi set is just the beginning. The next step is to begin building Chi, developing internal skill and learning Jing expressions.

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