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Circular Motions and Spiraling Methods in Tai Chi

Circular Motions and Spiraling Methods in Tai Chi

https://youtu.be/L4WuPgr8pbU A circle is round with no sides or corners. A circle has no beginning or end. You might say that when you draw a circle, it is never-ending. To the Greeks, the circle is a symbol of divine symmetry and balance in nature. In spiritual...

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Are You Having Trouble Feeling Your Chi?

Are You Having Trouble Feeling Your Chi?

https://youtu.be/6KyUxV368Aw There are three ways you can experience Chi when you do Tai Chi long enough. Your hands and fingers become warm and swollen. Tai Chi practice increases blood flow to your hands and fingers. This is a sure sign that your Chi is flowing. You...

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How To Move Like A Great River

How To Move Like A Great River

https://youtu.be/5OMsf1ORhkw Tai Chi practice involves drawing images from nature. One image of nature that humans love to observe is water. Water that flows down from a waterfall. Water that crashes with the ocean waves. Water that runs downstream in a river. The Tai...

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Free And Facilitate Your Flow with Tai Chi

Free And Facilitate Your Flow with Tai Chi

https://youtu.be/rS9mVwIqqgY Tai Chi leads to better posture. Carry yourself consciously in a more upright posture all day. Improved posture, frees and facilitates your Chi flow. This leads to good health and better posture which reduces tension on your joints and...

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The Physical Approach Comes First in Tai Chi

The Physical Approach Comes First in Tai Chi

https://youtu.be/3nh4Wni8lys Your body is the container through which your energy flows. It makes sense that you start with the physical approach to your health, longevity, and optimum performance through Tai Chi exercise. Each time you practice Tai Chi, you go into...

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Two Levels Of Tai Chi

Two Levels Of Tai Chi

https://youtu.be/3arn_zzYsWo The first two learning levels of Tai Chi are the physical level and the mental level.  The Physical Level Tai Chi is comprised of physical movements to develop your health and wellness. You can use Tai Chi as a physical exercise for a...

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The Internal Power Of Tai Chi

The Internal Power Of Tai Chi

     https://youtu.be/jEB0z4zwNLQ We know that cardio or aerobic exercise is essential and good for your health. Your heart rate increases, and it makes your blood pump faster. This delivers more oxygen throughout your body, which keeps your heart...

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Take Breaks, Be Productive With Tai Chi

Take Breaks, Be Productive With Tai Chi

We have all been obsessed with productivity. https://youtu.be/v2ttWujXN5A I can't tell you how many online courses and master classes I've come across in the last several years teaching people how to be more productive. We live in a digital age, where staying on task...

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Avoid The Mid-Life Crisis With Tai Chi

Avoid The Mid-Life Crisis With Tai Chi

https://youtu.be/wHqbiWKRLvw Most people do Tai Chi in their 60s, 70s, 80s, and beyond. Rightfully so, they do Tai Chi to age well later in life. However, people in their 30s, 40s, and 50s need Tai Chi the most. Why do people need Tai Chi earlier in life? The midlife...

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The Heart Massage Of Tai Chi

The Heart Massage Of Tai Chi

https://youtu.be/A3f-UJ5z1sE Tai Chi's gentle movements have shown that they are effective in lowering your blood pressure. It's just as effective as higher-intensity activities such as aerobic exercise.  High blood pressure can damage your body in many ways. When you...

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