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The Original "Eight Complete Martial Arts Taught as One" in the U.S. Since 1972

Tai Chi Chung

Tai Chi/Tai Chi Chung is not intended for offense or defense. Tai Chi is a form of Chinese exercise intended to maintain the natural balance of the body, develop circulation and maintain muscle tone. Movements are practiced slowly without force or power. Breathing is very important in gaining the benefits of Tai Chi training. Most movements are divided into two parts. The first part of the movement is coordinated with the intake of air into the lungs. The second part of the movement is executed when exhaling. The breath matches the timing of the movement.

People of all ages can benefit from Tai Chi training. Tai Chi can increase the oxygen intake into the bloodstream improving circulation, stamina, and endurance.


1. Kong Su / Tae Kwon Doe2. Ai Ki Do / Hap Ki Do
3. Udo / Jujitsu4. Kom Do
5. Tai Chi Chung6. Bagua Chung
7. Kung Fu / Goong Bu8. Ship Pal Gye (18 Weapons)


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