Discover Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan
Grandmaster Eddie Wu and
Sifu Genie Parker
Tai Chi Chuan is an excellent way to manage stress and find relaxation in your life. Wu Style is a family art, and this is reflected in the friendly and supportive atmosphere. In most classes, you are able to learn at your own pace. During class, you have the opportunity to review what you have learned as well as learn new material.
|Wu Style Tai Chi is a complete art form, offering a balance of energizing, focusing movements, with calming and centering. Advanced study adds martial applications and weapons training to the mix.|
The school is headed by Sifu Genie Parker who has over twenty years' experience with Wu style. She is also the first non-Chinese woman to take on disciples for the Wu family, and only the third person in North America to be so honored.
We teach traditional Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan:
|54 and 108 forms, beginning, intermediate and advanced levels|
|Free-Style Push Hands||Eight Elements of Power Generation||Weapons Class|
|Roll-Elbow Push Hands||Four Methods of Application||Tai Chi Broad Sword|
|Circular Push Hands||Advanced Applications||Tai Chi Sword|
|Ta-Lu Push Hands||Form Refinement||Tai Chi Spear|
Find a center of peacefulness in our Ann Arbor school, located near major highways for easy access, but far enough from downtown that large events do not affect traffic in the area, or at one of our other training locations.
The school, with direct lineage to the traditional Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan Federation, is certified by the Wu family; Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu, head of the fifth generation of the Wu family and Gatekeeper of the Wu Style, provides instruction and guidance. The Grandmaster visits the school at least once a year. Our regular low cost group tours in China and South East Asia help us understand our place in the world.
Grandmaster Eddie Wu Kwong Yu with Wu Style Practitioners from The Ann Arbor Academy and The Michigan T'ai Chi Ch'uan Institute,
who came together for the Weekend Workshop, March 8 and 9, 2014. Read more.