Tai Chi Partner Cane Form
This Lesson Contains:
Applications from a Different Angle
This is presented in the same format as the last lesson, but the pictures are taken from a different angle to help you see things that might not have been visible from the previous angle. I hope this helps in your understanding of this fun form.
Special Note: Be advised. This is a long lesson, 12 pages, with 46 pictures. It will take some time to download. Please be patient.
2) A pokes B’s belly.
2) A protects her self while she steps in to attack.
2) B steps back to block.
2) B strikes A’s wrist.
2) A quickly strikes B’s temple.
2) B ducks to avoid the strike and protects his head with the cane.
2) A steps back to avoid the strike and neutralizes B’s cane to her right.
2) A steps back and blocks.
2) A strikes B’s knee.
2) B quickly steps in and strikes A’s temple.
2) A follows with a poke to B’s center.
2) A steps in and protects her head with her cane.
2) B gets his foot out of the way and uses his cane to knock A’s cane out of the way in the same direction it was headed.
2) B continues his spin.
2) A gets her leg out of the way and blocks B’s strike.
2) B blocks.
2) B strikes A’s temple.
2) A drops her cane in order to knock B’scane out of the way.
A spins around and in and strikes the back of B’s knee.
2) B steps in and strikes down on A’s neck.
This is the end of the form. We will now move into the transition.
2) B (former A), does B movement # 3, Hit the Snake. She attacks A’s (former B) wrist.
1) If you want to end the form at this point, A just attaches to B’s strike to the wrist. Both are in a neutral position. I will show how to end the form when I break down the form in the next lesson section.
2) Continuing the transition, A sinks back and neutralizes B’s strike to the wrist. He is doing A move # 3, Whirlwind.
2) B ducks to avoid the strike and protects her head.
The form now continues as before.