Gia-Fu Feng Tai Chi

Gia-Fu Feng Tai Chi Performance in 1976

Gia-Fu Feng Tai Chi PerformanceHere is a link to a Tai Chi Performance by Gia-Fu Feng in 1976:  We want to thank Jan Errit de Vries who shot this wonderful film of Gia-Fu Feng in 1976.  You can learn more about Jan at

Gia-Fu Feng is best known for his beautiful translation of the Taoist classic, Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu.    You can purchase it direct from the author at:

Of course it is also available in most book stores or from

Gia-Fu Feng taught this form at many seminars around the world and at Stillpoint in Manitou Springs, Colorado, USA. He said he was taught internal martial arts from the monks at the Bamboo Grove Monastery in Southern China.

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