Well, it’s been a very busy year and this blog post is larger than usual, as I wrap up the year to fill you in on what’s been happening in my personal training and professional job as a Tai Chi teacher. Personal Chi This year I’ve managed to keep consistently to my training schedule of […]
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I haven’t got the time to learn the ‘secrets’ of Tai Chi; I’m too busy practicing the basics.
In this short clip Bruce Frantzis talks about how to protect your knees in Tai Chi. His tips cover: Height of stance Pelvis Perinium Chi Weight Width of stance Push hands
I deliver a lot of Chair Chi sessions for both low care and high care residents in various aged care centres and nursing homes – sometimes as many as 9 sessions in a week. And I do get tired at times running around to different locations and producing the energy required to make a session […]
Align your body against a wall to get a feel for correct standing posture alignment.