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32 Wu Style Sitting Form

(For very elderly or disabled persons in wheel chair)

 

The 32 Sitting Form was created by Grandmaster Wu Kwong Yu, when he was teaching paraplegic patients, patients with disorders of the lower limbs or the elderly. While Grandmaster taught these people simple Chi Kung exercises, he discovered that they wished to strengthen their body and spirit and improve their quality of life, through a more complete practice of Wu Tai Chi Chuan.

After many years of research and teaching, and taking into consideration the needs of paraplegic patients, Grandmaster Wu refined the 32 Sitting Form, gaining praise from the other members of the Wu Family, from all Tai Chi Chuan practitioners, as well as from the people for whom this particular form was created. In the long run, all those who practiced this form came to love it, as they were highly benefited physically and mentally.

The distinctive features of the Sitting Form is smoothness, circularity, the soft stretching of the whole body, the use of gravity and calmness. The Sitting Form comprises all the principles of Wu Tai Chi Chuan.

 

  1. Beginning of Tai Chi Chuan
  2. Raise Hands
  3. Playing Guitar
  4. Grasp Bird’s Tail
  5. Single Whip
  6. Slant Flying
  7. Raise Hands
  8. White Crane Spreads Wings
  9. Playing Guitar
  10. Brush Knee and Push (Right)
  11. Playing Guitar
  12. Brush Knee and Push (Left)
  13. Playing Guitar
  14. Step Forward, Parry and Punch
  15. Push Forward
  16. Carry Tiger to the Mountain
  17. Cross Hands
  18. Grasp Bird’s Tail
  19. Single Whip
  20. Wave Hands Like a Cloud (Turning Hands)
  21. Single Whip
  22. Playing Guitar
  23. Wild Horse Separate Mane (Left)
  24. Wild Horse Separate Mane (Right)
  25. Playing Guitar
  26. Fair Lady Works at Shuttle (Right)
  27. Playing Guitar
  28. Fair Lady Works at Shuttle (Left)
  29. Playing Guitar
  30. Grasp Bird’s Tail
  31. Single Whip
  32. Conclusion of Tai Chi Chuan