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Tai Chi: The 3 Most Popular Forms

24 Forms 42 Forms 32 Sword Forms


The 24 Form contains all the essential principles of Tai Chi and is suitable for students of all level. The 42 Form is based on a combination of the four major styles of Tai Chi and is the official Form for all international competition. The 32 Sword Form is a popular and graceful variation of Tai Chi, allowing an extension of its essential principles. It is based on the Yang style. Approx. 50 minutes.  Suggested Retail Price: $ 29.95


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Tai Chi: The 3 Most Popular Forms  Dr. Paul Lam

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