One of the personal benefits of developing a new program like my Sports Chi is that it gives me the opportunity to research and cross reference various Tai Chi themes and techniques. Not only is this research beneficial for the Sports Chi program but also for my own personal training. With a greater depth of […]
Yes, three treasures that are very important.
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 […]
Tai Chi Chuan is a health and self defence system. There are various styles of Tai Chi and the major styles are Yang, Wu, Chen, Sun, Wu Hao, and all the styles comprise of five sections: The Hand Form – Push Hands – Chi Kung/Nei Kung – Self Defence – Weapons (sword, sabre, spear). In […]
Eddie rarely moves while lying in his tub chair – he usually just watches or falls asleep during our Chair Chi sessions. I always gently try to encourage him to participate, but for the past several sessions he had barely moved. Then this day it happened! He moved his arms and legs – surprising and […]