Tai Chi Requirements

White BeltWhite_Star
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 1½ minutes
yin_yang_25px 13 Posture Form
yin_yang_25px Names of the 13 Postures
yin_yang_25px Name of our style of Tai Chi

 

Yellow BeltYellow_Star
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 2 minutes
yin_yang_25px 22 Posture Form
yin_yang_25px Names of the 22 Postures
yin_yang_25px Lineage of our style of Tai Chi
yin_yang_25px 4 Sections of Single-Hand Push Hands

 

Orange BeltOrange_Star
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 2½ minutes
yin_yang_25px 44 Posture Form
yin_yang_25px Names of the 44 Postures
yin_yang_25px Be familiar with some of the Tai Chi Classic Principles
yin_yang_25px All the Single-Hand Push Hands Exercises

 

Green Belt
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 3 minutes
yin_yang_25px Tai Chi Saber Form
yin_yang_25px Begin to understand “Listening Energy” and to find the center and root
yin_yang_25px Double-Handed Push Hands

 

Blue Belt
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 3½ minutes
yin_yang_25px Long Form (108 Postures)
yin_yang_25px Understand the use of energy and the “Center of Equilibrium” posture
yin_yang_25px Perform Double-Handed Push Hands

 

Purple BeltPurple_Star
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 4 minutes
yin_yang_25px Combination Form
yin_yang_25px Understand the use of energy and the “Center of Equilibrium” posture
yin_yang_25px Perform Double and Free-Style Push Hands

 

Brown Belt
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance:  4½ minutes
yin_yang_25px One side of the Two-Player Form
yin_yang_25px Understand the use of energy and the “Center of Equilibrium” posture
yin_yang_25px Perform Double and Free-Style Push Hands

 

Black Belt
yin_yang_25px Single Whip Horse Stance: 5 minutes
yin_yang_25px Straight Sword Form
yin_yang_25px Both sides of theTwo-Player Form
yin_yang_25px All Types of Push Hands
yin_yang_25px Understand the Root, Center, Listening, Dissolving and Discharging Energy