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Where can I learn Tai chi chuang online?

Where can I learn Tai chi chuang online? If possible, link me to a place where I can learn Tai Chi Chuang online for free.
Best would be a CHINESE guide 😀

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  1. As there are abundance of resources on martial training available on the internet. I suggest that you check youtube first and then google it using the keywords that you have supplied.
    As for its reputation and integrity, it should be noted that Internet lesson can be detrimental to those who does have a solid martial background. In other words it might do you more harm done good in a sense.
    Personally, I view these videos and dvd’s as another tools in my tool box. After all these years, I know that DVD’s or internet will never replaced a real sensei.
    Hope this helps !

  2. Firstly it’s Tai Chi Chuan.
    Secondly you will not be able to learn over the internet. Learning martial arts over the internet is a bit like trying to learn open heart surgery on the spot and blindfolded from brail instructions with the patient opened up in front of you. You’re going to do more harm than good.
    My advice is get a real teacher. I understand the whole “lack of money thing” but if you can’t go t oa real school then you’re better off not going at all.

  3. You really need a good instructor to learn Tai Chi Ch’uan. However, if you want to see some videos of the Yang Style simplified 24 forms, I would recommend Dr. Paul Lam’s version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYQdXsp9t1o
    In addition, Robin Linde of “Create Change Now” has an excellent video podcast of Tai Chi which you can download from iTunes. That will be enough to whet your appetite. You would be better off ordering her DVD from Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_ss_gw/103-7002133-3872633?url=search-alias%3Ddvd&field-keywords=robin+linde&x=18&y=23
    YMAA also has an excellent Tai Chi video produced under the direction of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming with Liang Shou-Yu as instructor:
    http://www.amazon.com/Simplified-Tai-Chuan-Applications-YMAA/dp/B000BL02F6/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1205083839&sr=1-2

  4. You can try http://www.gilmanstudio.com/display.php?sect=2 for free online courses in Tai Chi (Taiji, Taijiquan, Tai Chi Chuan, etc), but I do agree with everyone else….its good to find a teacher. A good teacher need not be Chinese, because if the teacher had learned well from another good teacher, the ethnicity should not matter. If you’re looking for online courses because of lack of funds, you could try local community centers…..they usually charge a little less than regular Tai Chi or Martial arts studios.

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