The forms of taiji are taught in parts, and these are broken down into series of small movements, as they appear in their traditional forms, as well as their well-structured names and their peculiarities, each movement thus designed according to the theories of TCM and Taoism. We can teach more movements according to the qualities and characteristics of the people in their learning. Above all, gradually learn each movement and coordinate it with the next.
We will place special emphasis on external body coordination such as: breathing and movement, shoulders with waist, elbows with knees and hands with feet, and the eyes with their corresponding movement in attacks or defense.
In the last phase of learning the form, more attention will be paid to all coordination plus breathing with movement. For this internal coordination to coincide with the movement and its sensation and concentration must be reflected in the eyes of the practitioner.
Practice exercises on the effect of defense and attack of the movement can be carried out with a partner to better understand the mechanism of each movement or to see it in another technical way.
After performing the form you can perform brief exercises to loosen the legs, body and meditation or gentle qigong to calm the heart and muscles.