In Tai Chi the Yi (mind) leads the Chi (energy). In other words, when you are doing your form your mind which involves your attention and intention should initiate a movement. Using this concept avoids the problem of moving from posture to posture aimlessly. And if you move without the Yi leading the Chi then […]
Here’s a good way of making sure your body is centred when facing forward. Buy a yellow stick-on-dot from a stationary store. They’re usually sold in packets and are about the size of a five or ten cent coin. Why a yellow dot? Because it stands out against a black ‘t’ shirt or dark coloured […]
Centred – After learning your forms, focus on your tan tien (centre) and not on your arms or legs.