Tai Chi Chuan Resources
I practice and teach the Guang Ping Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan. There are a growing number of web-resources for this style.
Little River North Kung Fu, the home page of Master Marilyn Cooper, is one of the best locations of information with some videos.
The Guang Ping Yang Association's Home Page is a good place to start for general information
Videos for Practice
The Yang 24 Short Form
A detailed break-down of the Yang Short Form in 6 parts as instructed by Master Dominick Ruggieri
Tan Tui (Kung Fu) lines 1-12
The following reasorces are for other forms of Tai Chi that I have studied in the past.
Introductary Source Books for Tai Chi and Chi Gung
B. K. Frantzis: Opening the Energy Gates of your Body
B. K. Frantzis: The Power of the Internal Martial Arts
Frantzis' books give a great overview of the art, and a very useful guide to the internal mechanics of the internal martial arts. Highly recommended.
The Home Page for Yang Family Tai Chi
There are a number of good resources here, including books and dvds.
Videos for the Yang Family Style of Tai Chi
This is a very simple and clear demonstration of the three sections of the form.
An example of Yang Family Style Tai Chi push hands (the bridge to martial applications).
Another example of push hands from a different style that demonstrates the martial side of the art.