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 […]
When practicing Tai Chi stances make sure the upper body gently lifts from the tan tien and stays in position (don’t collapse).
Here’s the view I’m looking at when I practice my Tai Chi form in one of my favourite spots in the Tim Neville Arboretum in Boronia, about twenty minutes from where I live.
As I was practicing my form the other day I focused entirely on my feet; weight transfer and connecting to the ground. I could feel my Chi circulate at a deeper level and I was completed connected to the earth. It was a powerful feeling.
In the past few weeks I’ve been running my Chair Chi sessions for various aged care centres and now it’s time to promote my new workplace Tai Chi program. It’s been a while since I’ve taught traditional Tai Chi for groups of people over a period of time as I’ve been concentrating on my facilitation […]