Wu Style was developed after the Chen and Yang style, therefore
it’s a quite new style.
It the fourth style in terms of family seniority. You may not be able to find a Wu style grand master outside Asia.
This style is different from the Wu style of Tai Chi ch'uan (??) founded by Wu Yu-hsiang.
There are many different styles or families of Tai Chi Chuan. The five which are practiced most commonly today are the Yang, Chen, Wu , Sun, and Woo styles. All Tai Chi styles, however, are derived from the original Chen family style.
Some people believe that Tai Chi was developed by a Taoist Priest from a temple in China's Wu Dong Mountains. It is said that he once observed a white crane preying on a snake, and mimiced their movements to create the unique Tai Chi martial art style.
Initially, Tai Chi was practiced as a fighting form, emphasizing strength, balance, flexibility, and speed. Through time it has evolved into a soft, slow, and gentle form of exercise which can be practiced by people of all ages.
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