(Longfei North Devon,
Principle based taichi.)
Click on the controls to listen to the Flute. Patience is a virtue. If it's not then you are in the wrong place.
Tai Chi is a system of flowing, gentle movements originating in China and based on ancient martial arts that benefit the mind, body and spirit. It helps to relieve stress and build a flexible and responsive body leading to a sense of physical and mental well being. Tai Chi is reputed to “lower stress; slow aging; boost the immune system; help with asthma, arthritis, and migraines……”
Even thinking about finding a class is a positive step but going to a class and practicing gives you an opportunity to use, relax and stretch your mind as well as your body and to increase your self belief and self discipline, and become 'body aware' ... of your body ... that's the place in which you live all of your life!
Tai Chi can improve your power, balance and posture. There is increasing scientific proof, if you ever needed it, regarding the health benefits of Chi Kung and Tai Chi.
Regularly such detail may be read in the pages of 'TAI CHI CHUAN', the journal of the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain or similar quality journals.
Joining good associations like Longfei Taijiquan Association of Great Britain can also open up doors to new learning and at the same time give you a foot firmly rooted in the rich history of Chinese Arts.
DO NOT READ ANY PRACTICE TIPS THEY WILL SERIOUSLY IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH.
I note from the web site statistics that most people are heeding this valuable advice.
"What greater gift can you give yourself than
peace and happiness -
a spirituality that places value on your very life's journey."
"Tai Chi is the greatest 'pension fund' I ever joined." Keith
* An article written about awareness in Aikido but
worth a read HERE
"To those who are ready the merest sign is sufficient,
to those who are not,
a thousand expositions will be never be enough...."
"Truth is a pathless land."
No argument is so convincing as the evidence of your own eyes.
The principle of change is unchanging.
“When I let go of who I am ….. I become who I might be”.