Wushu Summer Camp in Bergen gives participants great opportunity to practice one of Wushu styles: Taiji Quan (Yang or Chen) or Taolu (Changquan or Shaolinquan). Practices in groups are accompanied by Qigong, Wushu competition, performance by participants and coaches, social gatherings and dinner in restaurant. Trainings are tutored by teachers and masters from Beijing Sport University and Guangzhou.Taiji Weekend Course
After this course, you will be able to practice 24-form Taiji which was the result of an effort by the Chinese Sports Committee to create a simplified form of Taiji Quan as exercise for masses in 1956 based on traditional Yang style Taiji.
It gives new beginner an introduction to the essential elements of Taiji Quan, yet retain the traditional flavor of the longer form. When done properly, the short form can exemplify grace, beauty and many fundamentals of the Taiji art.
Check below links for more information about Taiji Quan and 24-form Taiji Quan:
Taiji forms which we practice are well-known and practiced worldwide. Students who are interested in these forms might find several demonstrations online. One of practitioners is Dr. Paoline Bao who is except Taiji also expert in traditional Chinese medicine. Her forms and many others are available in links below: