May 21, 2017

Laojia Yilu: Pleasure or Punishment?

Click here to watch Laojia Yilu Part One Laojia Yilu:  Pleasure or Punishment? OK, I will keep this article short and sweet… FACT:  Taijiquan movement is […]
November 1, 2016

Tai Chi, Martial Art Training, and Overcoming Insecurity

April 7, 2016

Wang Xi’an: Pie Shen Chui – Flinging Body Punch

Wang Xi’an: Pie Shen Chui – Flinging Body Punch This is a photo essay of Grandmaster Wang Xi’an demonstrating the Chen style tai chi posture called […]
April 5, 2016

Standing – Part 1

Standing – Part 1 In this tai chi training tip, which is part 1 of a series on how to stand and why, we begin with […]
March 13, 2016
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Kai He Qigong – Part 2: Open Close Method

KAI HE QIGONG -PART 2: OPEN CLOSE METHOD Kai He Qigong translates to Open Close Energy Skill.  This qigong system is good for both health and […]
March 13, 2016
Kai He Qigong

Kai He Qigong – Part 1: Breathing Method

KAI HE QIGONG – PART 1: BREATHING METHOD Kai He Qigong translates to Open Close Energy Skill. This qigong system is good for both health and […]
March 10, 2016

Tai Chi and Preventive Health Care – An Editorial

Tai Chi and Preventive Health Care – An Editorial There is much talk and publicity nowadays about “preventive heath care” and how a healthy lifestyle that […]
February 18, 2016

Chen Style Tai Chi Laojia Yilu (Old Frame First Routine)

Chen Style Tai Chi Laojia Yilu (Old Frame First Routine) Chen Style Tai Chi Laojia Yilu, or Old Frame First Routine, is the first form/routine that […]
February 14, 2016

Tai Chi Lower Body Silk Reeling Method

Tai Chi Lower Body Silk Reeling Method Here is a short excerpt from my recently published book, How to Tai Chi in 10 Minutes a Day. […]
January 11, 2016
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Your Tai Chi Stance – Part 1: Is it Internal or External?

Your Tai Chi Stance – Part 1: Is it Internal or External? In this short tai chi training tip, we will discuss the difference between internal […]
August 24, 2015

Traditional & Modern Tai Chi Forms – Part 1

Traditional & Modern Tai Chi Forms – Part 1 Please do not dismiss traditional tai chi training methods in exchange for modern forms.  Keep in mind […]
August 17, 2015

The Hip Joint and Tai Chi

The Hip Joint and Tai Chi The purpose of this short article is to describe the normal hip joint (socket), how gravity stress affects it, and […]