The Fair Maiden Weave the Shuttles (右左玉女穿梭, Yòuzuǒ yùnǚ chuānsuō) is a posture found in t'ai chi ch'uan. It's comprised of Frontal Movement and two secuences of P'eng and Gong Pu. This set is a fairly complex series of movements which mimics a woman using a loom. The hands gather above the head and come down in front together. It is followed by pumping the hands down, a kick, and a jump with a 180-degree turn in some styles.
The Fair Maiden Weave the Shuttles is an relatively easy posture to learn to beginners, since it requires mastering only Gong Pu stance, while mantaining arm coordination.
This posture uses the An (Push) as well as Lieh (Splitting) applications and a Chung Ting (Central Stance) transitioning to the Chin Pu (Forward Stepping) movement.