Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang teaches the proper mindset to improve in Tai Chi practice.
Naturalness is the first pinciple in Tai Chi. There's a subtle natural order in the universe. We can choose to follow this order, or to follow ...
This teaching from Grandmaster Chen Xiaowang is a deep explanation of how power is generated in Tai Chi.
The governing principle of Tai Chi movement is: Dantian moves, and the hands follows.
Meditation is a natural state for human beings. If the Qi sinks down, meditation ensues naturally in Tai Chi.
Questions regarding feeling Qi (energy) circulation are common among those starting Tai Chi practice. The feeling of Qi is described as being of ...
Master Chen Yingjun's words about how Qigong (or Chi Kung) relates to Tai Chi, and how Qigong is present inside Tai Chi training.
When there's no Qi blockage, there's no pain. Tai Chi respects this well established Traditional Chinese Medicine principle.
You should relinquish your old body mechanics, to learn the new way to move the body that Tai Chi will teach you.
Skill in Tai Chi must be earned and honed by practice, and refined by the understanding of internal movement that dedicated practice fosters.
Tai Chi is about how the body works, not simply about copying some moves. Tai Chi changes you body from the inside.
When practicing Tai Chi, you should have your arms and hands light, and your feet heavy.