Intro to Qigong and Taiji for students and patients

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Baduanjin


6 syllable formula

8 form Taijiquan
This is a form of Yang taiji from Yongnian, guangfu town (guangping), it was taught by Yang Zhaopeng, Yang Banhou’s son in the village as a warm-up for push hands. It is repeated 8 times and then students would practice tui shou aka push hands.

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