Knowing what you want to do in tai chi practice and doing it

One key to reaping the greatest benefits from tai chi is to develop a home practice. Practice is something you do regularly, which offers opportunities to refine and discover new things as you learn. I recently suggested working on releasing Read More …

Article Forwarded: Tai chi, the Ultimate Exercise?

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Article Forward: Trying Tai Chi for the First Time

Another view from a young woman discovering tai chi Creep Low Like a Snake: Trying Tai Chi for the First Time

ARTICLE: Efforts to teach tai chi to pre-schoolers

Interezting motivation for teaching tai chi to kids, but who knows. It could lead to great things. According to [Deb] Hanney, WACOG [Western Arizona Council of Governments] applied for a grant to extend hours for its Head Start-affiliated childcare facilities, Read More …

Learning tai chi is like learning a language

It seems so obvious Tai chi is like language Learning it is like learning to speak in a new idiom Like music It’s like learning to play an instrument Your body is the instrument It’s not an unknown language, because Read More …

We learn when new info presents itself

It’s not a sense of urgency, but rather a sense of need that establishes the pace of learning in tai chi. It takes time and patience. When you need something, it comes only as fast as it is possible …. Read More …

Forwarded Article: Stepping outside of your comfort zone

By making minor, but meaningful “tweaks” in how we act, we can decrease stress and increase confidence. Tai chi helps a lot of people to be more confident in a number of ways and this article relates to that. One Read More …