Jian Hua

Jian Hua

Jian Hua Tai Ji Quan is our family short form. “Jian Hua” means simple version. This form is the first form we teach in our Tai Ji Quan system because it’s easier to learn, yet offers challenges to perform perfectly even to advanced martial artists. Although it is a simplified version of the Beijing style Yang 108 Form, Kwok changed it slightly to give our version the Peng energy of the Guang Ping Yang style and make it linear. This is a simplified form focusing on Qi Gong breath and movement coordination that advances from easy to difficult. It has 24 basic movements so it is also known as the 24 Frame Tai Ji Quan. This form was popularized by the Chinese government as a simple Tai Ji Quan form for

This is a simplified form focusing on Qi Gong breath and movement coordination that advances from easy to difficult. Another similar form popularized by the Chinese government as a simple Tai Ji Quan form for its citizens to improve their health and gain valuable martial arts skills. Many people learn Tai Ji Quan for health benefits alone but if one also is interested in the self-defense usage of Tai Ji Quan, our 24 Frame is loaded with applications.