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Wu/Hao Taijiquan: Part 2

Long Form Sections Two and Three


Master Lu Gui Rong's journey of the internal martial arts has spanned over 50 years. He is a master of Wu (Hao) taijiquan, Yang taijiquan, and Dayan (Wild Goose) qigong. His Wu (Hao) taiji lineage is traced from Hao Shou Ru, who was the grandson of Hao Wui Zhen. Hao Wei Zhen's teacher was Li Yi Yu, nephew of the inventor of the style, Wu Yu Xiang. The second and third sections are demonstrated twice at the beginning and end of the corresponding form repetition segment. Section Two: Movements 25-42; Form Repetition is divided into four segments repeated four times each; Section Three: Movements 43-64; Form Repetition: The form repetition is divided into six segments repeated four times each. Video  Suggested Retail Price: $ 49.95


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