from NPR.com by Christianna Silva The content of this report resonates with the growth of millennials who do tai chi. I think, however, that they are not finding tai chi as easily as I wish they would. The article stresses the role of the internet in promoting self-care among millennials, though self-care has been around… Continue reading Article: “The Millennial Obsession With Self-Care”
This is about emotion words for which no English equivalent exists. I like this quote from Dr. Lomas who has been researching these cool words and has built a "dictionary" of 1,000 words from all around the world and from diverse cultures. ...especcially the final sentence, which reminds me of tai chi learning. “In our… Continue reading A emotion word dictionary
Sometimes, I get questions from learners that merit sharing. This question is about whether we should pivot on the heels or the balls of the feet when changing directions in the Wu form. QUESTION: When you turn doing Tai Chi, is it always on your heels? ANSWER: This is a good question. By "always," do… Continue reading Question about changing directions in Wu Style Tai Chi Form
People ask, “how much time do you spend doing tai chi? Everyday?” I’m troubled to answer, because time is not an issue, only that I practice. Less and less I have to look for the time. It’s more of a command. I know if I don’t heed it, I will pay a price. I am… Continue reading How much time to I spend doing tai chi?
Well, they don't mention tai chi and qigong in this one, but I'll just go ahead and say it; "Do tai chi and qigong to give that old polipoprotein E (APOE) gene the hard time it deserve." "Mentally stimulating activities perhaps in combination with known healthy life styles such as exercise are simple and inexpensive… Continue reading Article: Another study about cognitive abilities in older people