Practicing in front of a mirror is a great way of monitoring the skill you are practicing. It allows you to see if you are performing a technique or movement correctly. Practice standing in different positions – stand front-on as well as sideways – so you can see different angles. I still use this mirror […]
Raise your arms up and out in front of your body until they are parallel to the ground. Now lower your arms to the sides of your body. Repeat this eight times. As you slowly move your arms up and down think of the phrase ‘hardly moving’ – this will help slow your movements. Remember […]
I had a lovely short break away from my business the other day. I picked up my latest Tai Chi international magazine from the post office box and wandered over to the cafe for a cappuccino and a quick read of the magazine. As always there were articles from experienced Tai Chi practitioners that were […]
Hershey cat demonstrating ‘Sung’ (complete relaxation) effortlessly.
Here are a couple of Tai Chi tips on stance work that will help you avoid knee and ankle problems. 1. Make sure your knees don’t collapse inwardly 2. Avoid rolling your feet outwardly These two common faults occur because of tiredness and lack of concentration. And also when a Tai Chi practitioner, particularly a […]