Beijing 8 Tai Chi, also known as the "Beijing Style 8-Form Tai Chi," is a simplified version of the traditional Tai Chi Chuan, a Chinese martial art that involves slow, flowing movements and deep breathing.

The Beijing 8 Tai Chi form consists of eight movements that are derived from the longer 24-form Yang style Tai Chi. The movements are performed in a specific sequence, with a focus on relaxation, balance, and coordination.

The Beijing 8 Tai Chi form is popular among beginners, older adults, and those who want to enjoy the benefits of Tai Chi without learning the longer, more complex forms. It is also used for health and wellness purposes, as Tai Chi is believed to improve balance, flexibility, strength, and mental focus.