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T.T. Liang's Tai Chi Ch'uan

The Tai Chi Solo Form with Rhythm

Author: Jonathan Russell
Published in 2016
Description: A thorough examination of T.T. Liang's use of rhythm to aid in the understanding and practice of the Tai Chi solo exercise.  Jonathan Russell explains in contemporary terms the subtle concepts
and ideas behind this unique form. The relevance of each beat is explained using photographs and diagrams to lead the reader step by step through the intracacies, both mental and physical, of each posture.

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advanced students

The Tai Chi Two-Person Dance

The Tai Chi with a Partner

Author: Jonathan Russell
Published in 2004​ / 2017
Description: An advanced form of Tai Chi Ch'uan. The Tai Chi Two-Person Dance combines all of the Tui Shou, Da Lu and San Shou exercises of Tai Chi into one complete set. Step by step explanations with detailed photographs (of both Liang and the author) clearly describe this 147 posture Tai Chi form with a partner. More than just a "how to" book, Jonathan Russell explains, in contemporary terms, the subtle concepts and ideas underlying the movements.

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T'ai Chi Ch'uan for
Health and Sefl-Defense

Philosophy and Practice

Author: Master T.T. Liang
Published in 1977​
Description: This book is for all levels of Tai Chi students and practitioners. Master T.T. Liang addresses the philosophy behind the study of Tai Chi. Although the emphasis in this book is on Tai Chi as a way to achieve health and peace of mind, the "practical" uses of the art as a means of self-defense are also fully explained.

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Tai Chi Solo Form

Description: Jonathan Russell demonstrates T.T. Liang's 150 posture Yang style solo form. Master Liang adapted the use of rhythm with this form, breaking down every posture into specific beats and half beats. The practitioner tries to follow the rhythm exactly and in so doing lays the groundwork for the more advanced skills of interpreting others movements.

Tai Chi Two-Person Dance Form

Description: This is an advanced form of Tai Chi practice with a partner. The Tai Chi Two-Person Dance combines all of the Tui Shou, Da Lu, and
San Shou exercises of Tai Chi into one set. Students are able to use in context the slow and graceful movements that they have learned through solo practice. While the individual exercise emphasizes an internal observing of your balance and movements, the Two-Person Dance combines this internal observation with an active awareness of your partner’s movement and balance.

Tai Chi Double Edge Sword with Tassel

Description: Demonstration of the classic double edged sword form with the practical use of the tassel. Emphasis is placed on generating "tenascious" force or "energy" from the feet, through the body, to the tip of the sword. Movement of the sword and tassell is directed by the hips and waist, not from the hand and arm.
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