Tai Chi Kung Fu training in China , An ultra guide for learning real Tai chi in China

What is tai chi chuan ?

Tai Chi Chuan (also known as Taiji) is a perfect combination of Chinese dialectic ideology, art and martial arts. It bears a close relation to Chinese ancient Taoism, under the guidance of which a series of practice methods were formed for learning martial arts. It is characterized by attacking, by accumulating the strength, by conquering the unyielding with the yielding skills and defeating the dynamic with the static. Moreover, this Kung Fu style is a good regimen method to cultivate shape, breath, strength, quality and spirit of the human body. Due to these distinctions, it is considered the quintessential Chinese culture. At present, there are five major styles Tai Chi. Each of them is named after the corresponding Chinese family from which the styles originate. They are Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan by Yang Luchan , Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan by Chen Wangting, Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan by Wu Yuxiang and Sun Tai Chi Chuan Style by Sun Lutang.
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Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan

Yang Style was created by Yang Luchan (1800 – 1873) who loved learning martial arts in his childhood. He learned Tai Chi from Chen Changxing and cultivated his own style which was divided into Small Frame (Xiaojia) and Big Frame (Dajia). As he could flexibly avoid being attacked and attack the opponents, Yang Luchan was well-known for his own styles which were called “Soft Style” and “Melt Style”. These styles are characterized by “natural movements, continuity, and flexibility” as well as the distinctive and beautiful manner combining strength and softness. People of all ages, genders and physical conditions can choose it as a way to keep healthy and strengthen the body. As a result, Yang Style has been the most widespread and has been learned by nearly 0.3 billion people throughout the world.

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Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan

Generally speaking, this style was created by Chen Wangting (1580 – 1660) who combined the ideology of Chinese traditional Yin and Yang with his ancestral Long Fist (Changquan) to create a new style. Referring to the Jingluo (the main and collateral channels in human body) of Chinese traditional medicine, he invented the five series of T’ai Chi Ch’uan, a series of Paochui Boxing, Pair Practice and other weapon series using sword, spear, staff, mace and so on. The existing Chen Style is classified into Old Frame (Laojia) and New Frame (Xinjia). The former is divided into 5 series, namely, the thirteen movements. It also includes a series of Long Fist and Paochui Boxing. The latter was created by Chen Youben. This style has something in common with the Old Frame and is different in the frequency of the attack. Generally, Chen Style is famous for the “self-twisted” of hands, feet, arms, legs and other body parts. It is considered good for body-building. Combining the breath, body and spirit, it plays well in defence by turning back, waist, even the body.

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Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan

Created in the end of the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911), it belongs to the traditional Chinese Tai Chi. Different from the Chen and Yang styles, Wu Style stresses the spirit and energy. Its features are to change styles as the opponents change, to attack by the accumulated strength and to also achieve inner strength rather than the merely physical strength. It is suitable for the literates because it lays emphasis on the hands never lifting over the eyebrows, feet never reaching far out and each hand only control one half of the body. Additionally, the steps are overlapped and the feet move as if creating calligraphy.

Sun Style Tai Chi Chuan

Based on the Wu Style by Wu Yuxiang, the Sun Style absorbs the skills of Form/Intention Boxing (Xingyiquan) of moving forward and backward with the opponents.It attaches importance to the practice of head, eyes, hands, feet, breath and willpower and the harmony of the sword and the boxing skills. The swordplay integrates the skills of raising, stirring, hanging, sweeping and others.

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Taiji & Chi Kung Training in China - Handan Tai Chi School

We are a traditional Tai Chi School in china, located in Handan City(China ancient capital, Birthplace of Taichi, Cultural city , Martial arts village) . We offer training to all levels of students from those wishing to take there first steps into learning Tai Chi and Qi gong with no previous knowledge. And those looking for a chance to refine and study under true Tai chi masters in China in a traditional old school enviroment.Whether you are kids ,Youth, Middle-aged person ,Aged ,Man ,woman. Whether you are a beginner or a very experienced martial artist, whether you want to stay for a month or a year - we kindly invite you to learn chinese martial arts from our highly distinguished Masters. All trainers trained martial arts since childhood. Of course they have a lot of teaching experience and speak Chinese and English language. Chinese Kung Fu encompasses traditional and contemporary styles as well as external and internal forms.


Our masters are some of the best in China. They are authentic martial arts masters having honed their skills over their lifetimes. They have a large range of experience teaching students.

Grand Master Guo

Master Guo is one of the most famous traditional Chinese Kung Fu Masters,comes from a traditional Kung Fu family .he begun to learn Wushu from eight years old , His grandfather began to train him. learned the basic skills . He then joined the local kung fu community and was taught by more professional kung fu masters.

master shiyanhao

Masters Xu (Shi Yanhao)also came from a strong background in martial arts, and his grandfather started his training from a very young age. By age twelve he was studying full time in the Shaolin temple. Turn into 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk, & 6th generation of Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan

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Zhijing Wu . As the 5th generation of Yangshi Tai Chi Chuan, he is also awarded vice-chairman of the Chinese Tai Chi committee, the coach of international martial collage, the committee of Beijing Wushu association,Director of Tai chi Theory Institute , the national Tai Chi Chuan coach.

master shi yanfei

Masters Liu(Shi Yanfei), born at a noble family well-known as martial arts,is the 34th monk of Shaolin.He began to practise taijiquan and neijaiquan as a child, he went to the Shaolin Monastery for further study at 13 ,which is the beginning of career of learning martial arts
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