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There are a number of styles practiced in Tai Chi, Wudang being one of them. Yang, Chen, Wu, Cheng Man Ching are among the other well known styles.

 

Even within Wudang style there are varied styles of training and at Tai Chi in the Chilterns, Wudang Practical Tai Chi Chuan is taught, embracing all aspects of the martial art  along with Qi Gong exercises for relaxation, health and well being. The Wudang style is closely connected to the Wu style Tai Chi and includes Beginners Square short form, round short form, long square form, long round form, seven star stepping, four directions, nine palaces, silk reeling, pushing hands, Qi Gong and martial applications plus weapons training to name a few.

The noticable posture of the spine particularly in Wudang front stance helps encourage Chi, blood and fluid to circulate more freely up through the spine and the body, and can be beneficial for helping maintain a healthy back, posture and alignment.

The Wudang Mountains in Hubei Province, China, are classed as the spiritual home of Tai Chi and where the Wudang Style derived it's name from.

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