If I can ever reach the level of Sung Grand Master Hershey then I know I have improved. 🙂
I was standing in line at a supermarket and decided to do some Tai Chi training while waiting to be served.
Obviously a weapons form was out of the question so I decided to do some tiny Tai Chi practice. I bent my knees slightly and adopted a standing posture. No one could see what I […]
When I’m practicing Tai Chi or Chair Chi exercises I sometimes use a visualisation technique to make sure my body is correctly aligned.
For example, if I’m in the preparation stance in Tai Chi and about to commence the form I imagine there’s a straight line from the BaiHui point (middle of the skull) through to […]
When practicing Tai Chi stances make sure the upper body gently lifts from the tan tien and stays in position (don’t collapse).
I have a fixed routine for my Tai Chi training, six days a week, but occasionally I get so busy that I can’t fit everything in.
When this occurs I make sure, at the very least, I do my stance training – it’s what I call my ‘compulsory Tai Chi’ training.
There are three reasons why I […]