Wudang Taiji -By Wudang 15th Generation Master Guo


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3 Responses to Wudang Taiji -By Wudang 15th Generation Master Guo

  1. Tim says:

    Always like watching Wudang Taijiquan.

    What I find interesting about Wudang is, at least to my Yang style background, what appears as a bit of a contradiction.

    In application, Wudang looks much more like Shaolin than Taijiquan to me, but it is mighty cool no matter how you look at it in my opinion

  2. Brian VanCise says:

    Hey Tim,

    That really is an interesting observation and you are in a position to differentiate them. From my background I just do not have enough experience to even think of distinguishing them apart. I do know that I enjoy watching WuDang movement. There is a certain beauty to it!

  3. Pretty! This has been a really wonderful post.
    Thank you for providing these details.

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