Wu Style Tai Chi New York City

Leung Shum began his Kung Fu training at the age of eight under the direction of his godfather, Grandmaster Ng Wai Nung. Sifu Shum practiced Northern Eagle Claw and Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan for more than 25 years before coming to the United States and opening his school in New York City. He is considered the leading authorityon Northern Eagle Claw in the United States and the author of the first English language writing on the subject, entitled Eagle Claw Kung Fu Classical Northern Chinese Fist.

Yeah Ma Fun Chung

Shift weight forward to right leg as the left arm drops to midbody. Shift weight back to the left leg (walking stance) as the left arm circles up to chest position. 5. Right arm circles to the right, palm fat ing head , as left ar in extends to the north, palm facing out. 6. Twist waist to the right as the weight shifts back to the left leg (walking stance). Left arm circles down then back up to chest position. Right hand turns over. 7. Cut right arm down to left hip....

Chin Dung Guerk

Twist waist to right as both hands form fists and draw together in front of chest, left fist facing out, right fist facnig chest. Right foot steps up, toes down, heel up. Body facing west. 2. Stand up on left leg right leg comes up. Fists open to palms, left palm on top, both facing down. 3. Extend both arms forward as right leg kicks out. 49. SEUNG FUNG GOON YEE Twin Mountain Peaks Strike The Ears 1 Drop right leg. Both hands turn over, palms up. Shift weight...

Lao Sop Ow Bo

Taoist Tai Chi Strum The Pei

Sink weight twist waist to left, pivoting on ball of right foot, left heel. Now facing southeast. 2. Step out with left leg to adjust walking stance. Both hands pull back to right shoulder height, palm facing palm. 3. Twist waist to left. Shift weight to left foot. Simultaneously drop left hand to outside of left knee and extend right hand, palm facing out. Right wrist shoulder height. 2. Angle left hand up to chest height. 18. GIN SUN LAO SOP OWBO Change Direction, Brush Knee, Twist Step 1....

Gah Gee And Goon Chuen

Seven Star Stance Tai Chi

It is the iron, wood, or bamboo used to build a house. As with any structure, it's the foundation that must be strong. If it's not, the house will fall down. So it is with the practice of Tai Chi Chuan Gah Gee -every movement, each position must be clear. Without careful attention, there can be no strong foundation on which to build. When beginning to practice the slow form, study the photographs and follow the description of the movements. Go slowly. Each day learn...

Jaw Gum Gai Dok

Left arm circles up, blocking forehead. Right arm moves forward to left knee position, fingers pointing lo knee. Right foot adjusts, twisting left. Stand up on left leg. Right leg comes up. Arms switch position, hands crossing, palm to palm Right arm blocks forehead. Left hand to right knee position. 74. YAO GUM GAI DOK LUB Golden Cock Stands On One 1. Drop weight. Right leg comes down into walking stance Both hands turn over, palms facing up. Shift weight...

Tai Sao Sheung

Right hand circles down, the up to chest height, palm facin chest. Right foot follows nan to walking stance. 2. Left hand circles down to right hand, palm to palm. 4. Left foot steps up even with right foot, shoulder distance apatt. 5. Left hand circles down as right hand circles up, blocking forehead. At the same time straighten body. White Crane Spreads Its Wings eft. Facing west. White Crane Spreads Its Wings eft. Facing west. 1. Bend upper body forward, eyes looking up. 3. Left hand...