Wudang Tai Chi 13 is considered as the original and oldest Tai Chi form in the world. Created by the founder Zhang Sanfeng himself. This is common knowledge for the Wudang Taoists which practice this form everyday. Tai Chi 13 has very good internal qualities and strengthens the focus more than any other Tai Chi form. Physically it is an easy form but for the internal teachings it is one of the hardest.

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3 comments

  1. Tai chi chuan it’s my life since I’ve start learning that forms of Marshal art and I’d known all this is a Mother of All Martial arts and I can’t live without this,
    👏👏👍👍👍

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  2. Dear Sifu,

    This is fantastic. Thank you!

    Could I make a suggestion? It would be great if you would add the name of the step under each video. When several videos cover one step, you could use something like Step X.1, Step X.2… That would help me, and other, find the right video if I don’t remember a transition.

    You could also add the name of the legs and hand stances.

    Just a suggestion

    Marc-Antoine

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    1. Hello Macousin! The idea would be good but each section is a little too long for most people to remember over the video. This is why each video covers a small step so it is easy to remember. There will be a proper translation with each step in the translation section. Thank you for your support!

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