Relaxation in Tai Chi

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In tai chi you must relax three things. Relaxation is the hallmark of great tai chi yet many people are way too tense. Watch the video here:

 

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Derek Fulker wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

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Hi Bruce,
I would like a copy of your DVD. How much is the DVD?
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Ahmed Dangor (not verified) wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

love it will put into

love it will put into training

Amy (not verified) wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

Tai Chi Relaxation video

Wow -- this really gets to the heart of things in a wonderfully focused way. I would hope to somehow keep this "information" with me at all times, to inform all interactions -- and move toward allowing this to happen continuously. It's very helpful to have this fundamental principle in concise form. Thank you, Bruce.

Amy

Visitor (not verified) wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

Relaxation and tai chi

I've heard comments are similar to the ones that you have made Bruce yet I'm still puzzled because many people who have helped me in my form have said that you must relax everything above the waist and keep your waist still. In your video you seem to be saying that much of the form comes from movement of your waist and hips. Does this mean that you should always keep her hips and waist moving while you to the form in a more relaxed manner?

tankosl (not verified) wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

Thanks!!!! As ever, very well

Thanks!!!!

As ever, very well put......

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