Occasionally practice your Tai Chi form focusing only on your supporting foot or feet connecting deep into the earth as you move from posture to posture to get a sense of being grounded.
Here’s a handy tip for beginners who practise a Tai Chi form.
By the way, the term ‘square’ refers to the stop start method of learning a Tai Chi form.
Whenever you are in an upright posture, as you move throughout the form, imagine you are sitting on a high chair (feet flat on the floor). Make […]
When practicing your Tai Chi form feel the weighted foot penetrate deep into the ground – provides better stability.
Hmm, I’ve just finished practicing my third Tai Chi session today: hands form and it was like a dog’s breakfast – scattered.
I felt calm before I started but for the some reason my Chi was scattered. I forgot bits of the form which I have practiced hundreds of times over the years.
I happened to catch a thread on a Tai Chi discussion group and one person mentioned he was bored with the Tai Chi form.
Well, I nearly fell out my chair when I read this and thought, ‘how could you become bored with a Tai Chi form?’ I’ve been practising the Wu style form for twenty […]