Song Jing (松經)
  • Five sunken energy works (Huang's song shen wu fa -黃氏松身五法)
  • Tai Chi walking exercises (太極行功)
Solo Forms (太極拳架)
  • Ye Xiu Ting's combat-oriented variation of the 37 steps form
  • Ye Xiu Ting's lower hand Tai Chi Chuan 18 steps additional
  • Yang style Taichi 108 traditional form
  • San Shou A and B forms (太極拳散手對拆)
  • Tok Seng Gim's applied Tai Chi Chuan fighting form (San Shou C)
  • Self defence applications of form techniques.
Sensitivity training (聽勁練習)
  • Tui Shou (pushing hands -太極推手)
    Partner work with numerous two-person exercises incorporating: Peng (ward-off), Lu (roll away), Ji (press) and An (push), single, fixed, Double, moving and free style sensing hands exercises.
  • Ta Lu (cornering exercises -moving step pushing hands 走大捋)
  • The four techniques of Cai (to pull down 採), Lie (to separate 挒)
  • Zhou (strike with elbow 肘) and Kao (strike with shoulder靠)
Weapons training
  • Staff forms (Feng Yang staff-鳳陽棍)
  • Solo and two person pole forms with self defence applications.
  • Broadsword (Tai Chi Dao -太極刀)
  • Solo from and defence applications with the sword, including dynamic partner practice with single sticks.
  • Double edge Sword (Tai Chi Jian -太極劍)
  • Solo form and defence application taught using single stick.

Thanks to Sifu Lun Yeung Law ( 羅倫讓 ), Principal of the Melbourne Cheng Man Ching Tai Chi Quan Study Association ( 澳大利亞墨爾本鄭子太極拳研究會 ) for help with the Chinese language, characters and names.