View Full Version : Wu Hao Style video clips

05-22-2005, 05:09 PM

Just wondering if anyone knows of any video clips showing Wu Hao style Tai Chi.

Any suggestions for links to clips demonstrating other styles would also be welcome.



05-22-2005, 06:09 PM
there is a short demonstration of wu hao on a video called"The Best of American T'ai Chi".In fact this interesting video contains demo's of quite a few different styles including snake style t'ai chi,guang ping and li;
Possibly the rarest of the 5 major styles,in terms of the number of people who practice it,wu hao is also one of the most pleasing to look at;
there are also some demo's of this style done by various participants in the opening ceremonies of jimmy
wong's taiji legacy videos;
(may have to google to find website);these also contain demo's by a goodly number of legendary grandmasters;a must for the serious taichi video collector

05-23-2005, 04:29 AM
Sun style is based on wu/hao (weizhen) variation of taijiquan. The outward posture mechanics are easily seen.

05-27-2005, 05:27 AM
Hi Pyran,

I always get confused as to which Wu style is which, but I think that the video on http://www.taiji.de/ is of Wu Hao style.


05-27-2005, 11:44 AM
Boris- I'm delighted that you brought this to the attention of the forum! I've wondered a lot about what Wu/Hao forms look like. This is clearly NOT the Tai Chi of Wu Chuan Yau, the "Wu Family" Tai Chi. By default, I assume you are correct, that this is Hao Tai Chi.

The forms remind me a lot of the Yang style, more than I would have expected. The change of rhythms and expression of Fa Jing look like Chen, and a few of the postures seem unique to this style.

Again, many thanks! Bill

05-27-2005, 06:01 PM
That's ok Bill, I'm just surprised that not many Tai Chi practicioners with a connection to the Internet know of taiji.de. I would imagine it would be a good source for refreshing peoples memory of the forms if they get stuck (without having tp purchase a DVD/VCD/VHS). As for myself, I haven't learnt enough to start forgetting material :)

I can see what you mean about the remarkable similarity to Yang style, although I can't comment on the likeness to Chen, since I haven't had the pleasure of learning Chen. I've considered it many times but I think it would be best if I got somewhere with my Yang before I take up anything more.


05-27-2005, 07:27 PM

Ah yes! www.taiji.de. Thanks for the reminder. I'm sure I've come across it before. Unfortunately my hard disk recently failed on my main computer and I lost a lot of my Tai Chi links.

Regards, Pyran

05-27-2005, 07:33 PM
Hao style taichi seems to be a beauty
also can see like in Sun style the "stop and go" foot/body works

a very intersesting video

06-06-2005, 07:36 AM
still looking at the clip

I really like this style

especialy the footwork its like floating on clouds

anybody here in the forum know more about this style

and also know about a instructional DVD


06-06-2005, 08:01 AM
fourquet......instructional DVD's/Videos

Yes, there are some. Have been looking at the possibility of exploring this style myself. I don't have any of the DVD's/Videos yet so I can't comment on how good they are. I think it would be very difficult to find many, if at all, that are as good as Dr Lam's productions.

I haven't povided specific links to products but if you enter the following into the Google search engine you will find some items:

Jiang Jianye Wu Hao
Wu Hao Style Tai Chi Chuan Double DVD



06-06-2005, 08:10 AM
thanks pyran

the problems with instructional DVD is
i am addict to DR. lam one's

he know how to teach well

i have some DVD and VHS at home from others teacher and very often the instructional are not so easy to follow and some are impossible to learn from

so i dont want lost money
especialy with a style i dont know a lots

but i will continue my search... :) on this tai chi style

its looks very interesting

06-08-2005, 10:23 AM
anybody out there got some information
and or web link talking about Hao style?