Complete and Authentic as taught by Professor Cheng Man-Ch’ing
Short on time? Our instructional format is perfect for you!
Taught by renowned Tai Chi instructor Sifu William C. Phillips, this DVD is formatted as a series of easy-to-follow lessons and teaches the complete 37 posture “Short Form” of the late Professor Cheng Man-Ch’ing. Each movement is shown from multiple angles to make it easier to understand. Also, particularly complex movements are shown in close-up so that all the intricacies are clear. Lessons are brief and easy to digest the basics in a sitting or two so you can then practice on your own, but enough detail is provided for the advanced student seeking refinement.
Parts of the Cheng Man Ching form are shown close-up, and at multiple angles.
Tai Chi has been known to promote:
- Greater relaxation
- Improved ability to handle stress
- Increased circulation
- Better balance
- Improved joint flexibility
- Reduced blood pressure
Learn from an experienced instructor
Sifu Phillips has been practicing Cheng Man-Ch’ing’s short form for over 35 years, and teaching it for over 30. He has taught hundreds of students, and traveled around the country giving seminars in form, push hands, and various specialized topics. Now you have an opportunity to study with this renowned instructor!
Our DVD shows movement from multiple angles to make it easier to understand. Also, particularly complex movements are shown close-up so that the details are clear. Lessons are brief and easy to digest the basics in a sitting or two so you can then practice on your own, but enough detail is provided for the advanced student seeking refinement.
“Tai Chi Chuan, the great ultimate, strengthens the weak, raises the sick, invigorates the debilitated, and encourages the timid.”
–Cheng Man-Ch’ing (1947)
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