Practice one posture from the form a day – 8 repetitions, both sides & an application from that posture, will improve your form.
Welcome to my Tai Chi tips.
These are regular random tips I post on my chrischats Twitter page. I hope you find them useful.
You will also find all the tips grouped together if you click on the “Tai Chi Tips” category on this blog.
A couple of things to consider before you attempt any of these exercises.
- If you have any pre-exisiting physical or medical condition please consult your health professional before attempting any of these exercises.
- if you feel any pain then stop doing the exercise.
Oh, If you want to know what qualifies me in giving these tips please go to my ‘About Chris’ and ‘Propaganda’ pages in this blog.
Here are our products that might also be of interest to you.
Tai Chi Workbook
This Tai Chi work book is for busy people who want a quick way of learning how to calm the mind and energise the body.
A four minute gentle exercise that is easy to learn, ideal for beginners and suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
# 1: Basic Stance
By correctly aligning your body and maintaining the basic stance for a period of time you generate and circulate chi that nourishes the spirit. You will also feel a deeper connection to the earth and your surroundings. When you can connect your inner and outer world you unify your mind, body and spirit.
# 2: Abdominal Breathing
The second chart in our Chi Collection will teach you this excellent technique for calming the mind, relaxing the body, reducing stress and improving overall health.