Powerful Single Form Temple Style Training
Master Liao teaches his practice principles using the powerful single form style, otherwise known as “temple style” or “dan tsou” style practice. This style breaks down each movement of the long form into smaller motions that you can practice repetitively. These smaller motions are easier to refine, and allow you to relax and focus on what’s important: Chi Awareness and Chi Flow.
Don’t let the simple and easy to learn movement fool you! Single forms were how only the most privileged and advanced indoor disciples were trained in the Taichi temples of old. Why? Because Single Form practice is the best and fastest way to learn to feel and flow your Chi, to make it stronger and allow you to reach the highest level of achievement.
“I began Tai Chi classes with Master Liao to regain my flexibility and range of motion. After just weeks, I felt much stronger. The added benefit was that I felt much less stress and more clear of spirit and mind.”
- Terry M., Investment Advisor
“Master Liao is a living legend. His books and DVDs gave a chart to me for sailing on uncharted waters. I never imagined that I would be able to learn such traditional and authentic Taichi here in the USA.”
-Norio M., National Sales Manager for Japanese Company
“The most important lesson from Master Liao is that Chi is real and not a figment of my imagination, and it has a real effect on the human body. I am more than who or what I think I am. Therefore I am determined to grow by integrating this realization through practicing Tai Chi.”
- Reverend Walter D.
“I started Taichi 34 years ago and have always wanted to study at the Taichi Tao Center, but logistics prevented it. I was able to attend a weekend seminar with Master Liao, and the workshop was the most fulfilling Tai Chi training I've ever experienced."
- Ross K., Seminar Participant
"I have been training this system for 19 years now and it keeps giving. I couldn't have ever imagined the positive impact it ended up having on my daily life. I will be forever grateful for all the knowledge I have received."
- Michael B., Tempe, Arizona