Chen Huixian Performs Chen Tai Chi 18-Form

Chen Huixian performs the 18-Form of the Chen style of Tai Chi Chuan. She is a 20th generation descendant of the Chen Family as well as a direct-line inheritor of the Chen Family style of Tai Chi Chuan.

Chen Huixian started learning Tai Chi when she was only 6-years-old. She began her training under the guidance of her father, Chen Chunlei, who was one of the main disciples of the famous 19th-generation Master Chen Zhaopi. Chen Huixian also had the opportunity of learning from her uncle Chen Xiaoxing, as well as training along her Tai Chi cousins Chen Bing and Chen Ziqiang.

In 1998, Chen Huxian began training with her uncle Chen Zhenglei. After five years of dedicated practice and study, she became an In-Door Disciple of Chen Zhenglei. Chen Huxian left from her family home of the Chen Village in 2009 and moved to Kansas City in the United States where she opened a Tai Chi school. She is currently the only In-Chamber Disciple of Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei in the United States, which is the highest level of discipleship in the Chen Family style of Tai Chi Chuan.

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  1. I agree with Dan Smith, it’s disconnected and the essence of martial application is missing for a large part. Taijiquan lessons at China Arts College – TASC (Antwerpen) is of high quality/standard.

  2. Where can I find her?

  3. looks disconnected and no essence= I love Lou Reid and Master Ren, their presentation is unique and energetic of all Chen forms

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