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49 & 50. High Pat Horse, Side Loops
Tai Chi PictureBoth hands hang by right side
Step forward left leg, shift forward
Loop both hands on right side to front
Sink back in right leg, left hand forward, right arm by right side
Shift forward, punch right hand

51. Block and Punch
Tai Chi PictureBoth hands hang by right side
Step forward left leg, shift forward
Loop both hands on right side to front
Sink back in right leg, left hand forward, right arm by right side
Shift forward, punch right hand



52. Withdraw Back & Push
Tai Chi PictureLeft hand under right arm
Turn both palms over, sink back
Push forward both palms
Both arms sink to the front, palms down

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53. Step up, Crossing Hands
Tai Chi PictureTurn body palms low
Step up Crossing hands
Right hand crossed at wrist in front of left hand
Push forward both palms

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54 & 55. Diagonal Brush knee x 2
Tai Chi PictureChange hands, left hand brushes left knee
Turn body other diagonal
Right hand brushes right knee



Hands Play Guitar
Tai Chi PictureWeight in back left leg
Touch right heal, leg no weight
left hand touching right wrist
Eyes watching hands

56. Grasping Birds Tail
Tai Chi PictureRight palm turns facing upwards, breathing in
Right hand circling from left side to right side breathing out
Hand movement is controlled by the turning of the waist, not shoulder
Watching the right hand moving with your eyes
Gentle like a small bird is sitting on your palm and you don’t want to disturb it

57. Diagonal Single Whip
Tai Chi PictureRight hand forms a hook, fingers and thumb all touching
Left hand moves from right to left, breathing in Left hand turns at end of movement, breathing out
Follow left hand with eyes
Relaxed like slowly cracking a whip

High Pat Horse, Block & Punch, Withdraw & Push , Diagonal Single Whip Five repetitions of these movements from the Wu 108 Slow form, filmed from front and back view to help my students to learn the movements.




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