Dongyue Taiji, also known as Dongyue-style Tai Chi, is a form of Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan) that was developed by Grandmaster Dong Yue in China in the 1990s. It is a relatively new style of Tai Chi, but it draws on the principles and techniques of traditional Tai Chi forms.

Dongyue Taiji consists of a series of slow, graceful movements that are designed to promote relaxation, balance, and coordination. The form includes a range of Tai Chi movements such as ward off, roll back, press, push, and single whip, but it also incorporates some unique movements and techniques.

Dongyue Taiji emphasizes the use of internal energy (qi) and the integration of mind, body, and spirit. It is said to be a powerful practice for improving overall health and well-being, reducing stress, and increasing energy levels.

Dongyue Taiji is not as well-known as some of the more traditional styles of Tai Chi, but it is gaining popularity around the world as more people discover its benefits. It is often taught in specialized Tai Chi schools and by certified instructors.