Improving the Flow of Qi in Tai Chi

Themen:

In this blog I talk about increasing the flow of qi in your tai chi or qigong form.

 

murugesh n (nicht überprüft) wrote 20 Wochen 4 Tage ago

very good video explaining

very good video explaining simply. thankyou.

buy term papers (nicht überprüft) wrote 30 Wochen 2 Tage ago

Thank you very much indeed

Million thanks - really valuable info. Less is more in many cases, but we do need additional reminders to not forget it.

David Latchford (nicht überprüft) wrote 37 Wochen 4 Tage ago

Improving The Flow of Chi

Bruce, Once again, points shown and described with such clarity, it "JUST STICKS" in the mind immediately. Thanks again,respect, David ;)

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Astraea Penny wrote 37 Wochen 4 Tage ago

The breath,

Thank you Bruce.

I so much appreciate these lessons coming into my inbox.

Paulo Alves wrote 36 Wochen 4 Tage ago

A saying I heard once

The video seems to draw attention for all Internal Arts that - Less is More.

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