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Pipa
Playing the Lute
 (手挥琵琶 Shǒuhūi Pípā), is a relatively uncommon posture found in t'ai chi ch'uan. Typically performed from Qi Xing Bu stance, mantains the forward (and vertical) palm at forehead height while the backward (also vertical) palm remains at the inner elbow height of the other arm.

Playing the Lute is an easy movement to learn by beginners, due to it's simplicity.

The Movement follows the Chung Ting (Central Position) technique.

Applications  Edit

24 Form Tai Chi, Lesson 7, Play Guitar or Play the Lute06:59

24 Form Tai Chi, Lesson 7, Play Guitar or Play the Lute

Playing the Lute

Play the Lute & Lifting Hands - Martial Tai Chi Applications03:17

Play the Lute & Lifting Hands - Martial Tai Chi Applications

Playing the Lute (& Lifting Hands) Applications

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