Just back from a four day holiday and it felt great to have time away from running workshops. The week before the holiday began I ran 9 Chair Chi sessions for various aged care centre besides working on our BJ Seminars International business. It was so good to get away and relax.
I have a fixed routine for my Tai Chi training, six days a week, but occasionally I get so busy that I can’t fit everything in. When this occurs I make sure, at the very least, I do my stance training – it’s what I call my ‘compulsory Tai Chi’ training. There are three reasons […]
I set my small electronic clock to count down from 8 minutes, pressed the start button, and stepped back into my ’embrace the tree posture’. I relaxed into my posture and thought time would go quick as this was my 8 minute session as compared to the normal 20 minute sessions I do on alternative […]
I was practising my ’embrace the tree’ posture the other morning and wasn’t sure if my knees were behind my toes or over them. I looked in the mirror but I still could not determine whether I was practising correctly; the knees should be just behind the toes otherwise you will strain your knees.
When practicing Tai Chi stance work – align the key points on the soles of your feet to the ground first.