Meditation in Motion – 6/17/19

Monday Morning Training Tip #216 Tai Chi Chuan – Meditation in Motion There a many types of formal, systematized meditation techniques. From opening the body, to opening the heart, to opening the mind, there is a technique for everyone. I started meditating in my life...

Dealing With Problems the Tai Chi Way/Sat Workshop – 6/10/19

Dealing With Problems the Tai Chi Way I think that one of the worst short-comings of the mind is that we often fail to see the beginnings of really big problems because the forms in which they arise are right before our eyes. In our bodies, as in the environment, we...

Endorphins – 6/3/19

Endorphins Tai Chi and other internal arts have been demonstrated in the laboratory, to produce endorphins. Endorphins, known as the brain opiate, have ounce for ounce, 10,000 times the painkilling power of morphine. The mind releases endorphins to dull pain, or...

A Great Exercise/Schedule

A really great exercise Now that we have explored the Thirteen Methods (Shi San Shi), it is time to start to put the practical philosophy into practice. I highly recommend giving this exercise a try. The idea is to go through the Long Form (or whatever form you know)...

Jou (Elbow) and Kao (Shoulder) – 5/20/19

Jou and Kao (Elbow and Shoulder) This weeks Tip covers the last of the Bafa (Eight Energies). We started this study of the Shi San Shi (Thirteen Methods) by examining the Wubu or Five Steps, then moving to the Bafa. I know it is on the technical side, but, if you have...
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