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The following publications; DVDs and books can be purchased at the Headquarters in person, or order via the Federation website and deliver to your address (http://www.wustyle.com/en/catalog).

DVDs



Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan(Style Guideline): Chinese Version Only

This style guideline is co-written by Master Wu Kwong Yu and his first Hong Kong disciple Mr. Heung Lap Chi, Eugene. The purpose of this guideline is to give learners a clear view and written instructions on each of 108 style, through the illustration photos of Master Wu and explanations given.


 

Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan (Gold Book): English Edition

This book is of great importance to all tai chi chuan enthusiasts, whatever school or style they follow. The two main texts, that are presented here are at the core of the traditions that emanated from the Imperial Guard after the fall of the Ching Dynasty in 1911. The older of the two texts, "The Explanation of Tai Chi Methodology" was published in full in Chinese for the first time only in the 1980 edition of this book. It was transcribed by my Great Great Grandfather founding Master Wu Chuan Yau, after he became a disciple of Yang Ban Hou at Prince Sweh Fang's palace. It has been in the Wu family for over 125 years. The second text was written by Master Wu Kung Cho in 1935 and amended in 1980.

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Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan (Gold Book): Chinese Edition

Written by Master Wu Kung Cho. Known familiarly as "The Gold Book", this book was first published in 1935 . The 1980 second edition contained the first complete publication in Chinese of the historical document "Methods of Tai Chi Chuan explained". This document is the teachings that Master Yang Ban Hou gave to Master Wu Chuan Yau over a hundred and twenty years ago. Master Wu Kung Cho's book presents the core of common teachings of the Wu and Yang families. His text includes a unique and illuminating approach to understanding the Eight Elements.

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Vol 7: 108 Form and 108 Sabre form by Wu Tai Sin

This DVD features Master Wu Tai Sin performing the 108 postures of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan. Each posture is titled and numbered for the students' reference. Verbal instruction is also provided. Following the instruction is a demonstration of the complete form. This DVD also features Master Wu Tai Sin performing the 108 postures of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan. Each posture is titled and numbered for the students' reference. Verbal instruction is also provided. Following the instruction is a demonstration of the complete form.


 

Vol 6: 108 Form and 108 Sword Form by Wu Yan Hsia

This DVD features Master Wu Yan Hsia performing the opening warm-up exercises for the sword, followed by the 108 postures of the Wu Style Tai Chi Sword from the Wu Family. Each posture is titled and numbered for the students' reference. Verbal instruction is also provided. The sword is a challenging achievement for one learning the art of Tai Chi Chuan. Following the instruction is a dazzling demonstration of the complete form by Master Wu Yan Hsia. This DVD also features Master Wu Yan Hsia performing the 108 postures of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan from the Wu Family. Each posture is titled and numbered for the students' reference. Verbal instruction is also provided. Following the instruction is a demonstration of the complete form.


 

Vol 5: Basic Push Hands, Chi Kung, Power Generation and Martial

Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan Basic Push Hands, Power Generation and Applications from the Wu Family performed by Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu (5th Generation of the Wu family). This DVD features Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu demonstrating and teaching power generation (fa jing) applications and how to apply the Wu Style movements of the Wu Family Forms into martial applications. Originally a separate video tape, this DVD also features Master Wu's instruction on single form Chi Kung (Qigong) exercises designed to improve circulation and stimulate the flow of chi.


 

Vol 4: 108 Fast Round Form with 21 & 15 Simplified forms

Introduced to the general public for the first time on DVD, this disc features Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu performing another traditional Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan 108 Fast Round Form from the Wu Family. The DVD covers step-by-step instructions and a complete demonstration of the form. Originally on 3 separate video tapes, this DVD also features Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu introducing and performing a new short Wu Style 21 and 15 Forms from the Wu Family specifically designed to improve balance, circulation, relaxation and flexibility. These forms were designed with seniors and children in mind, but are perfect for time-challenged individuals of any age. The DVD also covers the step-by-step form and demonstrations of basic walking and warm-up exercises.


 

Vol 2 and 3: 54 Round Form (Europe-vol 2/Asia version- vol 3)

This DVD features Master Eddie Wu Kwong Yu performing the new official International Wu Style 54 Competition Round Form postures. The form is followed by detailed form-by-form instructions, basic requirements and basic walking.


 

Vol 1: 108 Standard Form

This instructional DVD features Sifu Wu Kwong Yu performing the 108 postures of the Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan or 'Form'. At the beginning of the DVD is a brief history of Tai Chi Chuan and the Wu family featuring clips from the renowned Macau Fight, followed by step-by-steps instructions of the 108 postures, opening warm-up exercises and a demonstration of the complete form.