Tai Chi - The 24 Forms (Scroll down to see the first free lesson)
The ancient practice of tai chi is clinically proven to be one of the most effective exercises to improve health, fitness and relaxation. The 24 Forms is the most widely practiced tai chi form. While there are many variations, the form you will learn by working with this DVD is the one of the most authentic.
Following an introduction to tai chi and its benefits, Dr Lam teaches unique qigong exercises and foundational movements which will enhance your energy and make easier learning. He teaches the 24 forms from different angles — using close ups, repetitions and diagramed illustrations while dividing each form into small sections allowing you to follow along with ease. Throughout the lessons, Dr Lam will explain the tai chi principles and how to use them to improve your tai chi.
Dr Paul Lam, an Australian family physician and tai chi expert, is a world leader in the field of tai chi for health. He is a well recognised teacher and has trained over five thousand instructors. He is the author of Teaching Tai Chi Effectively and Tai Chi for Beginners and the 24 Forms, as well as best-selling instructional tai chi DVDs. His tai chi programs have impacted millions worldwide.
This DVD is produced in English. It is also available in Cantonese. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to order the Cantonese version.
1 Commencing Form
2 Parting Wild Horse's Mane - Left, Right and Left
3 White Crane Flashing Wings
4 Brush Knee - Right, Left and Right
5 Playing the Lute
6. Repulse Monkey - Right, Left, Right, Left
7. Stroking Bird's Tail - Left
8. Stroking Bird's Tail - Right
9. Single Whip
10. Waving Hands Like Clouds
11. Single Whip
12. High Horse
13. Heel Kick Right
14. Punching Ears with Both fists
15. Turn and Heel Kick Left
16. Lower Movement and Golden Cock Standing on One Leg-Left
17. Lower Movement and Golden Cock Standing on One Leg-Right
18. Fair Lady, Work at Shuttles-Right, Left
19. Needle at Sea Bottom
20. Fan Back
21. Turn to Deflect Downward, Parry and Punch
22. Apparent Closing Up
23. Cross Hands
24. Closing Form
The 24 Forms Free First Lesson:
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Posted by Yong on 24th Jun 2016
Easy to follow instructions
Posted by Norman Trubik on 2nd Mar 2016
Wonderful presentation and easy to follow instructions by a true Tai Chi master
Posted by Allen Simmons on 1st Mar 2016
Easy to follow instructions and demonstrations make this almost the perfect teaching DVD.
Posted by Will on 2nd Nov 2015
This dvd is informative and the information is available in easy to understand and follow making practice both productive and enjoyable.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Sep 2015
In conjunction with lessons, this DVD wonderfully complements my learning. It is well set out and is easy to follow. Thank you!
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jun 2015
Very clear and instructional. I like how moves are repeated several times so I don't have to rewind. Dr Lam talks as he moves which gives great verbal cues.
Posted by Young Ok Dowling on 12th May 2015
It is the best instruction of the 24 forms on DVD which I am practising every morning and my Taichi instructor was very surprised to see how much I improved with the 24 forms.
I am enjoying to practice by myself with DVD.
Thank you Doctor Lam.
Posted by LynR on 4th Jan 2015
I find the DVDs easy to follow, very helpful in learning the basics of Tai Chi. Learning to step forwards and backwards has been most helpful as has the repetitions of the forms. I am learning Tai Chi at lessons however being able to practise the forms at home with the DVD has been beneficial. I have much to learn and I love the feeling practising Tai Chi gives me
Posted by Anne on 13th Oct 2014
I have never done Tai Chi before but I am enjoying Dr. Lam's DVD as a starting point. The best thing about this DVD is the thorough explanation of each exercise and movement.
Posted by Roman Steven Toczyski on 5th Jun 2014
I love Tai Chi, I was recommended to Dr Lam by my tutors/teachers. I have much to learn and I feel that this process of learning will be a constant progression. I love the discipline. Thanks Dr Lam.
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