Relaxation and tai chi are inseparable. In this article we discuss the most important aspects of tai chi and how to include these to achieve the greatest success during your practice.
In this article, we will focus on some of the main topics that address the wonderful benefits of this martial art.
Tai Chi Warm Ups are an essential part of your tai chi training. In Part 1, we cover the upper body. In Part 2, we cover the lower body.
An in depth exploration into what is tai chi. The name, historical beginnings, benefits, and how it evolved into the most popularly practiced martial art and exercise for health and wellness.
Fear and insecurity are major factors affecting human behavior in our world today. Tai chi can help overcome these by building self confidence.
When you study tai chi, the first thing you learn is how to stand. The rules for posture have one goal: to perfectly align your body with gravity.
A look at problems with our health care system, and how choosing to practice tai chi can have a positive effect on our health and prevention .
In this article we will discuss the difference between internal and external as it relates to your tai chi stance. And we will provide a simple exercise you can do to make sure you are cultivating the internal component.
The purpose of this article is to define the differences between traditional and modern (competition) tai chi forms, and why it is important for the future of tai chi to preserve the ancient traditions.
In Tai Chi for Children – Part 2, we discuss the virtues children acquire through tai chi martial art training and their value in daily life. The self discipline and cultivation of intention involved in tai chi training goes a long way in the childrens’ maturing into healthy adults.