➞Yeung Family Style
Yeung Family Style Tai Chi
The Yeung (Yang) family’s Tai Chi Chuan style is unique to the Yeung family (Yeung Gar T`ai Kik Kuen). It was started by Grandmaster Yeung Lo Sim, who was born over two hundred years ago, and has been passed down to family members, generation after generation to the present day. The lineage under discussion is that of Grandmaster Yeung Sau Chung, the eldest son of Grandmaster Yeung Ching Po.
Grandmaster Yeung Sau Chung moved to Hong Kong with his family in 1949 and continued to dedicate his life to practicing and teaching his family’s tai chi chuan style until his death in 1985. Since that time, his family also has been devoted to practicing and teaching this tai chi chuan style. Grandmaster Yeung taught for over fifty years, and his daughter, Grandmaster Yeung Ma Lee, has been teaching for over twenty years.
In these seventy plus years, they both have taught countless students. Their method of teaching is personal and individualized. Through this formula, they have employed various approaches that take many factors into consideration, including individuals’ learning level capabilities, as well as their personal physiques.