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Sun 97 Form

 

 

 

 

 

The Sun 97 is the traditional sun style tai chi created by Sun Lu Tang. The sequence of this form has its roots in Yang Style. Also incorporated in Sun Style are the two other internal arts of Bagua and Xingyi. The Sun 97 form has been the simplified into a number of short forms specifically to help with many health problems.

 1.  wuji

 2.  taiji

 3.  lazily tie the coat

 4.  open hands

 5.  close hands

 

 6.  single whip

 7.  raise hands

 8.  white crane spreads its wings

 9.  open hands

 10. close hands

 

 11. brush the knee and twist step

 12. strum the lute

 13. advance with deflect, parry and punch

 14. apparent close

 15. embrace the tiger and push the mountain

 16. open hands

 17. close hands

 

 18. brush the knee and twist step

 19. strum the lute

 20. lazily tie the coat

 21. open hands

 22. close hands

 

 23. single whip

 24. fist under the elbow

 25. repulse the monkey, left

 26. repulse the monkey, right

 27. strumming the lute

 28. white crane spreads its wings

 29. open hands

 30. close hands

 

 31. brush the knee and twist step

 32. strum the lute

 33. three connections through the back

 34. open hands

 35. close hands

 

 36. single whip

 37. cloud hands

 38. high pat on the horse

 39. raise the leg, toe kick, right

 40. raise the leg, toe kick, left

 41. turn the body and left kick

 42. advance and hammer down

 43. reverse the body and double rising attack

 44. ambush tiger

 45. left toe  kick

 46. right heel kick

 47. advance with deflect, parry and punch

 48. apparent close

 49. embrace the tiger and push the mountain

 50. open hands

 51. close hands

 

 52. brush the knee and twist step

 53. strum the lute

 54. lazily tie the coat

 55. open hands

 56. close hands

 

 57. diagonal single whip

 58. part the wild horse's mane

 59. open hands

 60. close hands

 61. single whip

 62. right palm stance

 63. fair lady shuttles

 64. strum the lute

 65. lazily tie the coat

 66. open hands

 67. close hands

 

 68. single whip

 69. cloud hands

 70. cloud hands follow-up

 71. chicken stands on one leg

 72. repulse the monkey

 73. strum the lute

 74. white crane spreads its wings

 75. open hands

 76. close hands

 

 77. brush the knee and step

 78. strum the lute

 79. three connections through the back

 80. open hands

 81. close hands

 

 82. single whip

 83. cloud hands

 84. high pat on horse

 85. crossed lotus kick

 86. advance and punch

 87. retreat and lazily tie the coat

 88. open hands

 89. close hands

 

 90. single whip

 91. downward single whip  

 92. advance to seven stars

 93. step back and ride the tiger

 94. spinning lotus kick

 95. pull the bow and shoot the tiger

 96. double punch

 97. merge the yin and yang

 98. return to wuji

First time posture used in red & Repeat postures in black

 

 

 

 

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