Lee style tai chi chuan

Lee Style Tai Chi Chuan

Lee style tai chi chuan

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The Lee style of tai chi chuan (李氏太極拳) is closely related to a range of disciplines of Taoist Arts taught within the Lee style including Chi Kung, Tao Yin, Chinese Macrobiotics, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Taoist alchemy, Feng Shou Kung Fu, and weapons practice. It was first brought to the West in the 1930s and was popularized by Chee Soo who was the President of the International Taoist Society from 1958 until his death in 1994.Taoist Ways of Healing by Chee Soo pages 139-140 (published by HarperCollins 1986)The Lee style of T'ai Chi Ch'uan comprises two forms known as 'the dance' and 'the form', I Fou Shou or 'sticky hands' technique, Whirling Hands, Whirling Arms, and various Chi and Li development exercises.


According to a description in a book published by HarperCollins, the style is derived from an original set of eight movements created by Ho-Hsieh Lee from......
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