Man of Tai Chi

“Man of Tai Chi” is a 2013 martial arts film directed by Keanu Reeves, and starring Tiger Chen and Keanu Reeves. In the West it is common to think of Tai Chi as a martial art that is performed slowly, and usually solo. Tai Chi is in fact a devastatingly effective martial art. “Man of Tai Chi” showcases some of that power, in tale of a martial arts student who grows wanting to prove the effectiveness of Tai Chi as a martial arts style through fighting in the ring — much to the disappointment of his Tai Chi master.

Man of Tai Chi

At Full Potential Martial Arts martial arts school in Carmel Valley, San Diego, we teach both the health and combative aspects of Tai Chi. To experience and learn Tai Chi, please join us at our regular training. Free martial arts class in San Diego is available.

Free martial arts class | San Diego

Free martial arts class | San Diego

Brian is a life-long martial artist, athlete, and serial entrepreneur. He teaches martial arts and self defense to adult and teen students in San Diego, at the Full Potential Martial Arts dojo in Carmel Valley.

Posted in Martial Arts in San Diego, Tai Chi in San Diego
5 comments on “Man of Tai Chi
  1. Ken D. says:

    Looking forward to seeing “Man of Tai Chi”, it should be an exciting movie; as I really like Tai Chi and Martial Arts.

    It’s great to learn both the health and combative aspects, as taught in class; along with the Meditation/Qigong benefits too.

    I really like how the soft can overcome the hard, like running water can flow through the mountains.

  2. Gary C says:

    What style of Tai Chi do you practice in San Diego? Chen style? Yang style? Wu style?

  3. Hank C says:

    Hello! Neat post.

  4. Hector says:

    Man of Tai Chi with Keanu Reeves is an OK movie. There are better martial arts movies.

  5. Norman says:

    He’s the man of Tai Chi!

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  1. Solo says:

    Go Tai Chi! Go Keanu Reeves!

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