Regulate your breathing – slow, smooth and deep – during your Tai Chi practice.
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When I first learned Tai Chi it was taught the ‘square’ way – stopping and starting at various points.
Very mechanical, without circles.
Once I learned the Wu Style Tai Chi form the next step was to round it out i.e. make it more circular and continous.
One method that helps me to round out the form is […]
Practicing the traditional Wu Style Tai Chi form (108 movemetns) should take about 15-20 minutes.
But sometimes when I’m in a rush or not concentrating I end up practicing for less than 15 minutes.
When this happens I concentrate on occasionally saying the phrase ‘hardly moving’ to myself which slows me down considerably.
My body, arm amd leg […]
Here’s a very good clip by Glen Hairston that shows the correct way of throwing a Tai Chi punch at various distances.
Respect yourself and others will respect you.