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Tai chi chuan for beginners - Taiji Yang Style form Lesson 8

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Tai chi for beginners is the best place to begin when learning a tai chi form or tai chi quan. The Yang Style is suitable for all ages. The great thing about Master Wong’s training method is it can be transferred in to combat too or even self defence. Tai Chi chuan relies on technique, balance and softness.

Tai Chi Health
This daily practice of Tai chi will enhance your mental capacity to deal with the stresses of every day life. Qigong or chi gong is practiced for this reason.
The movements will strengthen your muscles and joints and improve your balance and co-ordination externally. As you master breathing you will become more aware of your bodies natural systems and begin to balance and control your respiration and circulation internally.
Meditating while balancing your body internally and externally will lead to a balanced mind. Your memory will be better, you will pick things up quicker and the decisions you make in your life will be easier. Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice shows favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Tai Chi has stood the test of time, millions upon millions of people practice Tai Chi to keep themselves young in body and mind and have been doing so for thousands of years.

The slower and longer you practice the more beneficial it is. Play around with the short form like the 8 step to begin with to build strength and understanding before doing the full 24 yang form.

How do I know I’m doing it right?
Your hands and body should feel warmer if not hotter when you have done the movements for a while. You may feel achy the day after training when you first begin. Later you feel less achy as you progress.

What is Tai Chi? (Also known as Taiji)
There are 5 styles of Tai Chi forms. Yang, Chen, Sun, Wu, Ng.
Tai chi chuan is a slow motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defence. Now a days most people practice the Yang style for the health benefits. Originally from China and designed for combat, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity in America and throughout the rest of the world for its health benefits and competitions. However many few are able to Master the combat side and rear to see Masters who can apply it in real time.

Tai Chi chuan or also known as Taijiquan was originated by a Shaolin monk ‘Chan San Feng’, while studying in the Taoist monasteries on Wudang Mountain. For more info on the history please visit our website:

Yin and Yang
According to Chinese philosophy, yin and yang are the two forces that generate chi. They are seen as opposites: yin is feminine and yang is masculine. But neither can exist without the other. And together they represent the perfect harmony that underpins all creation. The balance between yin and yang is never static.

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Tai chi chuan for beginners - Taiji Yang Style form Lesson 4

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Tai chi for beginners is the best place to begin when learning a tai chi form or tai chi quan. The Yang Style is suitable for all ages. The great thing about Master Wong’s training method is it can be transferred in to combat too or even self defence. Tai Chi chuan relies on technique, balance and softness.

Tai Chi Health
This daily practice of Tai chi will enhance your mental capacity to deal with the stresses of every day life. Qigong or chi gong is practiced for this reason.
The movements will strengthen your muscles and joints and improve your balance and co-ordination externally. As you master breathing you will become more aware of your bodies natural systems and begin to balance and control your respiration and circulation internally.
Meditating while balancing your body internally and externally will lead to a balanced mind. Your memory will be better, you will pick things up quicker and the decisions you make in your life will be easier. Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice shows favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Tai Chi has stood the test of time, millions upon millions of people practice Tai Chi to keep themselves young in body and mind and have been doing so for thousands of years.

The slower and longer you practice the more beneficial it is. Play around with the short form like the 8 step to begin with to build strength and understanding before doing the full 24 yang form.

How do I know I’m doing it right?
Your hands and body should feel warmer if not hotter when you have done the movements for a while. You may feel achy the day after training when you first begin. Later you feel less achy as you progress.

What is Tai Chi? (Also known as Taiji)
There are 5 styles of Tai Chi forms. Yang, Chen, Sun, Wu, Ng.
Tai chi chuan is a slow motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defence. Now a days most people practice the Yang style for the health benefits. Originally from China and designed for combat, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity in America and throughout the rest of the world for its health benefits and competitions. However many few are able to Master the combat side and rear to see Masters who can apply it in real time.

Tai Chi chuan or also known as Taijiquan was originated by a Shaolin monk ‘Chan San Feng’, while studying in the Taoist monasteries on Wudang Mountain. For more info on the history please visit our website:

Yin and Yang
According to Chinese philosophy, yin and yang are the two forces that generate chi. They are seen as opposites: yin is feminine and yang is masculine. But neither can exist without the other. And together they represent the perfect harmony that underpins all creation. The balance between yin and yang is never static.

See our most popular tai chi videos:
Tai Chi vs boxing:
Real Tai Chi combat Master:
Tai Chi combat training:
Combat Tai Chi:
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Tai Chi chuan for beginners taiji yang - Basic exercise Lesson 1

Tai Chi chuan for beginners taiji yang
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In these videos you will learn the basic exercises such as the chi Kung breathing and basic hand and foot movements. Moving correctly is essential to insure to receive the benefits that Tai Chi can give you. However bad practice may lead to bad then good should your posture is pore when practicing. If you don’t practice properly then there will be no gain either.

Tai Chi Health
Tai chi is an addition to your life style, which will help you solve many of the physical and mental problems that we all face.
The daily practice of Tai chi will enhance your mental capacity to deal with the stresses of every day life. Qigong or chi gong is practiced for this reason.
The movements will strengthen your muscles and joints and improve your balance and co-ordination externally.
As you master breathing you will become more aware of your bodies natural systems and begin to balance and control your respiration and circulation internally.
Meditating while balancing your body internally and externally will lead to a balanced mind. Your memory will be better, you will pick things up quicker and the decisions you make in your life will be easier.
This is the philosophy of Yin and Yang to accept that all things in the universe must achieve balance in order to exist without problems. Mastering the
There are 5 styles of Tai Chi forms. Yang, Chen, Sun, Wu, Ng.
Originally from China, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity in America and throughout the rest of the world for its health benefits.

Tai Chi chuan or also known as Taijiquan was originated by a Shaolin monk Chan San Feng, while studying in the Taoist monasteries on Wudang Mountain. It benefits health and fitness, and practiced martially as it was intended is an extremely effective form of combat and self-defence.
Tai Chi is sometimes translated as ‘supreme ultimate’ or ‘great polarity’ and is expressed in the symbol of yin and yang. A universal force composed of the powers of yin and yang is central to Taoist philosophy. ‘Chuan’ means fist or boxing, Tai chi Chuan means supreme ultimate boxing or grand ultimate fist, the highest attainable martial art using the principles of yin and yang.

Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice shows favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Tai Chi has stood the test of time, millions upon millions of people practice Tai Chi to keep themselves young in body and mind and have been doing so for thousands of years. Tai Chi unifies body, mind and energy and nurtures every part of ourselves.

How do I know I’m doing it right?
Your blood circulation should flow better when adding the breathing exercises with the hand and body movements. Your hands and body should feel warmer if not hotter. You may feel achy the day after training when you first begin.

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The Rochester T'ai Chi Ch'uan Center Rochester NY

The Rochester T'ai Chi Ch'uan Center offering many classes in Taiji, Qigong, and Kuo Shu featuring Ba Gua, HsingI, Shaolin and traditional Chinese weapons. We also have regular workshops with internationally known Instructors.
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Practice Video 1: Lee (Li) Style T'ai Chi Ch'uan (Sections 1 - 5)

A simple video to complement and consolidate the earlier 5 lessons on the Lee (Li) Family Style T'ai Chi Ch'uan. Please view the website

10 Tai Chi Moves for Beginners - 14 Minute Daily Taiji Routine

10 Best Tai Chi Moves for Beginners - 14 Minute Daily Taiji Routine.
These are my favorite 10 Tai Chi Chuan Movements for Tai Chi warmup, tai chi cool down, practicing tai chi in nature, and overall health and wellness! Tai ji quan is known for it's health benefits as well as a Martial Arts self defense system. This is a great video for Tai Chi Chuan Beginners and also for Advanced Tai Ji Students! Practice your Tai Chi Chuan at home or practice your Tai Ji Quan in one of the 5 areas - Mountain Top, Forest, River, Ocean, or Waterfall. This video was shot in The Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona.

Here are the Tai Chi posture names of the Moves in this video:

Tai Chi Posture #1: Rising and Sinking
Tai Chi Posture #2: Buddha Asks Heaven for Forgiveness
Tai Chi Posture #3: Dong Hai Chuan Serves the Tea
Tai Chi Posture #4: Crane Spreads it's Wings
Tai Chi Posture #5: Withdraw and Push
Tai Chi Posture #6: Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg
Tai Chi Posture #7: Part the Wild Horse's Mane
Tai Chi Posture #8: Repulse the Monkey
Tai Chi Posture #9: Reel the Silk and Single Whip
Tai Chi Posture #10: Standing Holding Ball

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Top 10 Tai Chi Moves for Beginners

Top 10 Tai Chi Moves for Beginners. Enjoy my favorite 10 Tai Chi Movements for Warmup, Cool Down, and Daily Tai Ji Quan practice! This is a great video for Tai Chi Chuan Beginners and also for Advanced Tai Ji Students! Here are the Tai Chi posture names:

Tai Chi Posture #1: Rising and Sinking
Tai Chi Posture #2: Buddha Asks Heaven for Forgiveness
Tai Chi Posture #3: Withdraw and Push
Tai Chi Posture #4: Holding Ball
Tai Chi Posture #5: Rising and Sinking (Chen Style)
Tai Chi Posture #6: Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg
Tai Chi Posture #7: Embrace the Circle
Tai Chi Posture #8: Ward Off and Press
Tai Chi Posture #9: Wave Hand Like Clouds
Tai Chi Posture #10: Reel the Silk and Single Whip

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Tai chi chuan for beginners - Taiji Yang Style form Lesson 2

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Tai chi for beginners is the best place to begin when learning a tai chi form or tai chi quan. The Yang Style is suitable for all ages. The great thing about Master Wong’s training method is it can be transferred in to combat too or even self defence. Tai Chi chuan relies on technique, balance and softness.

Tai Chi Health
This daily practice of Tai chi will enhance your mental capacity to deal with the stresses of every day life. Qigong or chi gong is practiced for this reason.
The movements will strengthen your muscles and joints and improve your balance and co-ordination externally. As you master breathing you will become more aware of your bodies natural systems and begin to balance and control your respiration and circulation internally.
Meditating while balancing your body internally and externally will lead to a balanced mind. Your memory will be better, you will pick things up quicker and the decisions you make in your life will be easier. Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice shows favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Tai Chi has stood the test of time, millions upon millions of people practice Tai Chi to keep themselves young in body and mind and have been doing so for thousands of years.

The slower and longer you practice the more beneficial it is. Play around with the short form like the 8 step to begin with to build strength and understanding before doing the full 24 yang form.

How do I know I’m doing it right?
Your hands and body should feel warmer if not hotter when you have done the movements for a while. You may feel achy the day after training when you first begin. Later you feel less achy as you progress.

What is Tai Chi? (Also known as Taiji)
There are 5 styles of Tai Chi forms. Yang, Chen, Sun, Wu, Ng.
Tai chi chuan is a slow motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defence. Now a days most people practice the Yang style for the health benefits. Originally from China and designed for combat, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity in America and throughout the rest of the world for its health benefits and competitions. However many few are able to Master the combat side and rear to see Masters who can apply it in real time.

Tai Chi chuan or also known as Taijiquan was originated by a Shaolin monk ‘Chan San Feng’, while studying in the Taoist monasteries on Wudang Mountain. For more info on the history please visit our website:

Yin and Yang
According to Chinese philosophy, yin and yang are the two forces that generate chi. They are seen as opposites: yin is feminine and yang is masculine. But neither can exist without the other. And together they represent the perfect harmony that underpins all creation. The balance between yin and yang is never static.

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Tai Chi vs boxing:
Real Tai Chi combat Master:
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Wu-style Tai Chi Chuan - 108 Movements Traditional Square Form - Mr Li Koon-kuan

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In this video, the demonstration is shown at a reduced speed, and English subtitles of the 108 movements are added, in order to facilitate learning.
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Motor learning by muscle memory of the movements is complementary to cognitive learning of their applications to push-hands and combat. Regular practice is the key to both learning approaches, and is sustained by the training progress, the health benefits, and the joy of experiencing Tai Chi per se.
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Subtitles and voice-over in this video are introduced to outline the key moves particularly those of hip and limbs. The PDF text highlights the subtle moves that are often overlooked by novices.
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Step-by-step instructions in this video are based on the teaching video of Grandmaster Eddie Wu. In case of discrepancy, the grandmaster's words shall prevail:
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Viewers are encouraged to use the authentic resources in learning the traditional Square Form, including the demos by Grandmasters Wu Da-hsin and Wu Yan-hsia and the renowned Golden Book by Grandmaster Wu Kung-tso:
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Section 4 (page 5) of the book depicts the eight salient features that characterise Wu-style Tai Chi Chuan. A must-read for serious learners. Writings and demos by the grandmasters are reliable references with which to identify the good practices and the bad ones. A common mistake is the loss of smoothness and continuity between consecutive movements.
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Sifu Amin Wu - Yang Style 48 Form Tai Chi Chuan

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Original Tai Chi instructional VCD video by Sifu Amin Wu (in Chinese version) available on website
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Fu Sheng Yuan - 8 Postures - Authentic Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan

Yang Style Tai Chi 8 Postures - performed by Fu Sheng Yuan

The Yin and Yang of T'ai chi Ch'uan

Here I show two different ways of doing T'ai chi Ch'uan.

Traditional Yang Style 108 form Tai Chi Chuan 太极拳

Traditional Yang style Taiji /Sifu Peter Tam Hoy
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Beyond just learning an external form or forms, a student's emphasis must also focus on applying the essential internal principles of Taijiquan as specified by the Taiji classics, such as.....sinking , roundness , using the mind and not force, applying of the Yi (heart/mind), Qi (energy) & Shen (spirit) in one's form.

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Tai Chi Chuan-The Complete Short Form

Renown Tai Chi Chuan teacher Paul Crompton demonstrates Yang Style Tai Chi Short Form from his Tai Chi Chuan-The Complete Short Form.

Learn Tai Chi Online with Jet Li's Online Academy - Lesson 1

Jet Li's Taiji Zen Online Academy teaches Tai Chi Chuan with a unique principles based approach. It is well-suited for beginners learning Tai Chi as well as more advanced students.

This video will teach you the kinetic concept of Péng as part of the Taiji Zen Online Academy curriculum. It is the first of the 8 Tai Chi Chuan kinetic concepts which together with the 5 steps make up the 13 fundamentals of Tai Chi Chuan.

Péng is an energy of continuous outward expansion. It pushes out in all directions to create a protective buffer around the core. It's often described as the fundamental energy of Tai Chi Chuan, and applies to all Tai Chi Chuan movement.

Transcript:

Imagine that you are surrounded by a bubble of energy that can literally bounce off any incoming force.
In this lesson you are going to learn about a Taiji Zen Essential known as Péng, which means Expansion. Now Péng is the first in a series of Tai Chi Chuan Essentials that you are going to be learning in each Duàn, along with a movement that is going to express that Essential.
But Péng is not so much a movement or a technique, as it is a Kinetic Concept. It is an energy that you are going to learn how to put in any movement that you want.
To help make it easier for you to learn each movement by yourself, I am going to break down each movement into three pieces.
We are going to look at the footwork first, and then in the next pass we are going to talk about the hands and the waist and the third time through I am going to talk about the energy and the feeling that you have with each movement.

LOWER BODY
Let's take a look at the footwork first. Stand with your feet together, hands relax by your sides, the knees are slightly soft, the hips are a little bit soft and your head is floating up towards the sky.

Neutral Position
Now shift all the weight over to your right foot and your left foot floats up a little bit, then steps out to the side about shoulder width. Then evenly distribute the weight over each feet.
Both hands float up into the air, about shoulder level. Then everything gets heavy, the elbows sink down, the hands sink down, the knees bend and the hips sink down as well. Palms are pressing down right about to hip height.

One: Turn and Hold the Ball
I shift my weight onto the left foot and pivot on the right heel to the right, about 90 degrees. Now my weight right here is about 90% on the left foot and only about 10% on that right heel.

Two: Hold the Ball in Empty Step
I now shift my weight onto the right foot, bringing the left foot into an empty step. So there is no weight on this left foot and it is just tapping the ground right in front of the right.

Three: Step out
From here my left foot steps out, just at an angle by the other side of that round brown circle on the front part of your mat, landing heel first. In fact, whenever you step out like this you land with your heel first, but very lightly so there is not a whole lot of weight on that front foot.
I sink down into my stance and my front toes pivot in about 30 degrees. Still about 60% of my weight is back on the right foot.

Four: Sink and Gather
My feet and my weight pretty much stay in the same place. I simply sink down into the step, just kind of get down into it here.

Five: Expand Forward
I now shift my weight into the front foot, turning my waist as I go and as I finish I sink down into the stance and my right toes pivot inwards slightly.

Back to Neutral
I shift my weight back, step by side by side and let my hands float down as my knee straighten, my spine straightens, my head flows up.
The weight shifts back over to the right foot and I step my feet together and that's the entire sequence of Péng.

UPPER BODY
This time through we are going to take a look at what the hands and arms, basically the upper body, is doing.

One: Turn and Hold the Ball
So I am rotating my body with my left leg as the axis, turning my toes out and then I am going to put my hands out into a holding the ball position.
My right hand rising up like the top of the ball, about shoulder level, my left hand coming under and cupping the bottom of the ball, hand right in front of the navel.

Two: Hold the Ball in Empty Step
Keeping my hands right where they are, I shift my weight forward and step in while my waist is turning slightly to the right.

Three: Step out
Again, the hands are staying in the same place. My left foot steps out into its position.

Four: Sink and Gather
So from this position, my hands still in the same spot I sit down into my stance, just sitting down a little bit deeper. Rotate from the waist more towards the right, letting my hands trail my body's rotation.
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Tai Chi vs Boxing

Tai Chi vs Boxing. Tai Chi Chuan or Tai Ji Quan is the Grand Ultimate Fist! Like any martial art it is meant for self defense and/or fighting! But, today most practice Tai Chi for health. How does Tai Chi Stack up against Boxing??? Check out these moves.....

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Tai chi chuan for beginners - Taiji Canon Fist Chen Style 1 Part 1

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Taiji Chuan for beginners takes you through the Chen style form, also known as the canon fist. The Chen form has an old frame and a new frame form.
In this video Master Wong is performing the new frame canon Fist form and has separated the form into 8 parts in this series for you to learn.
Chen style is much more challenging compared to the 24 - Yang style. Yang has much slower movements and less demanding then Chen. Chen consists of fast control movements mixed in with some slower movements with jumps and turns, from low to high. Practicing this form will defiantly get your heart pumping and build stronger legs.

The Chen style was the first ever TaiJi form created, followed by Yang, Sun, Wu and Ng. The creator Chan San Feng used TaiJj for combat purposes. The Yang family later transferred it’s training methods for health benefits.

Benefits of taiji Chuan
The form will help you learn to maintain balance when moving in combat lines. It will help you develop better posture and use your strength internally, using power that you’ll never new existed inside you. Most strike can be devastating when hits land on the body. Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice shows favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Tai Chi has stood the test of time, millions upon millions of people practice Tai Chi to keep themselves young in body and mind and have been doing so for thousands of years. Tai Chi unifies body, mind and energy and nurtures every part of ourselves.

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Chen Pan Ling T'ai Chi Ch'uan Section 1

Chen Pan Ling T'ai Chi Ch'uan
Section1 by Brian Bruning
The Rochester T'ai Chi Ch'uan Center - 12/29/2012

Taï Chi Chuan pour debutant

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Héritage du grand maître Wong Fai Doc, voici un Tai Chi de style Yang.

Ce n'est pas pour rien que Budo International a prêté une attention toute particulière au Tai Chi Chuan ces derniers mois. Cette fois, nous vous présentons une nouvelle vidéo de la lignée Yang. La richesse de leur point de vue, les nuances et les variations que chaque lignée introduit dans sa manière de pratiquer le Tai Chi conforte l'idée que, par delà l'aspect formel, le Tai Chi est une expérience de l'ici et maintenant , une manière de faire entre en contact notre être intérieur avec le Tout. Le Maître Pedro Rico est le représentant en Europe du célèbre Doc Fai Wong, un personnage bien connu des passionnées d'arts martiaux chinois. Doc Fai Wong est célèbre pour son engagement personnel et son exigence vis-à-vis de ses élèves, ce qui est une garantie du sérieux de Pedro.

Le Maître Pedro Rico, disciple direct du grand maître Wong Fai Doc, nous offre la forme à mains nues du style Yang en 24 mouvements, et la forme courte de l'épée droite à double tranchant, deux formes de base de cet art ancien de la lutte, la recherche de l'équilibre et la longévité. Pour les deux sens, nous entrons dans le régime de la 3ème ligne dans les trois couloirs de base. Only on the DVD version :
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Tai chi for beginners is the best place to begin when learning a tai chi form or tai chi quan. The Yang Style is suitable for all ages. The great thing about Master Wong’s training method is it can be transferred in to combat too or even self defence. Tai Chi chuan relies on technique, balance and softness.

Tai Chi Health
This daily practice of Tai chi will enhance your mental capacity to deal with the stresses of every day life. Qigong or chi gong is practiced for this reason.
The movements will strengthen your muscles and joints and improve your balance and co-ordination externally. As you master breathing you will become more aware of your bodies natural systems and begin to balance and control your respiration and circulation internally.
Meditating while balancing your body internally and externally will lead to a balanced mind. Your memory will be better, you will pick things up quicker and the decisions you make in your life will be easier. Researchers have found that Tai Chi practice shows favorable effects on the promotion of balance control, flexibility, and cardiovascular fitness. Tai Chi has stood the test of time, millions upon millions of people practice Tai Chi to keep themselves young in body and mind and have been doing so for thousands of years.

The slower and longer you practice the more beneficial it is. Play around with the short form like the 8 step to begin with to build strength and understanding, before doing the full 24 yang form.

How do I know I’m doing it right?
Your hands and body should feel warmer if not hotter when you have done the movements for a while. You may feel achy the day after training when you first begin. Later you will feel less achy as you progress.

What is Tai Chi? (Also known as Taiji)
There are 5 styles of Tai Chi forms. Yang, Chen, Sun, Wu, Ng.
Tai chi chuan is a slow motion, moving meditative exercise for relaxation, health and self-defence. Now a days most people practice the Yang style for the health benefits. Originally from China and designed for combat, Tai Chi has gained enormous popularity in America and throughout the rest of the world for its health benefits and competitions. However many few are able to Master the combat side and rear to see Masters who can apply it in real time.

Tai Chi chuan or also known as Taijiquan was originated by a Shaolin monk ‘Chan San Feng’, while studying in the Taoist monasteries on Wudang Mountain. For more info on the history please visit our website:

Yin and Yang
According to Chinese philosophy, yin and yang are the two forces that generate chi. They are seen as opposites: yin is feminine and yang is masculine. But neither can exist without the other. And together they represent the perfect harmony that underpins all creation. The balance between yin and yang is never static.

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