Tai Chi Tips #9: Sinking the Knees


In this tai chi tip, Bruce Frantzis talks about sinking the knees:


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celes fernandes wrote 35 weeks 4 days ago


While sinking of feet gets going too much stress is on ankle, calf knee without this stress I cannot sink feet on earth. Is it right? or correct me where I am wrong.



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In November 2009 I was lucky to attend The Chi Rev Workout workshop in Basel Switzerland with Bruce. There I learned D&T movement 1, 4 and 5 and began practicing on a regular basis.

Since then - the really great thing is - that I do not suffer from springtime pollen allergies anymore. This is my 3rd year allergy free.

Recently I completed the online D&T course and I am now able to perform the full set of seven movements with ease.


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