Yangshuo TaiChi – traditional Chinese martial art
Last Update: 4th October 2020
What is Yangshuo TaiChi?
Taichi is a national intangible heritage in China. It is a fusion of various functions such as physical fitness, and self-protection from dangerous people. It combines the changes of Yin-Yangd and five elements in Yi-ology, science of channels and collaterals of the traditional Chinese medicine. With characters of softness, slowness, and agility, it is a kind of internal and external Chinese traditional boxing. Yangshuo Taichi also has these features. Yangshuo Taichi masters usually practice it in a quiet environment in the morning.
Yangshuo TaiChi Fast Facts
- Chinese Name: Yangshuo Taiji (阳朔太极)
- Things to do there: Photography, Culture, Taichi
- Who visits: Photographers, Culture Lovers
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What to expect from Yangshuo TaiChi
The most popular of all the classes are those held on the banks of the Li River at sunrise. The entire scenery consisting of green Karst mountains shadowing and shading you as you indulge in the sacred art of Yangshuo Taichi is particularly enjoyable for all in attendance.
Best time to practice Yangshuo TaiChi
The best time to practice Yangshuo Taichi is in the morning but it’s available on-demand for private classes.
The best months to practice are from April to October.
How to get to the Yangshuo TaiChi School
You can rent a vehicle to the school you’d like to from Yangshuo.
Additional Yangshuo TaiChi Advice
- Please book the Taichi class in advance.
- Please wear comfortable loose clothes when practicing Taichi.
- If you book a multi-day Taichi Class, the school will offer Taichi clothes to you.