Tai Chi Tips #5 – Relaxing the Shoulders in Tai Chi by Bruce Frantzis | Tai Chi, Tai Chi Tips | 2 comments Facebook Twitter Pinterest In this video, I explain the importance of relaxing your shoulders while doing tai chi. Enjoy and Share, Bruce Access 3 free reports: Secrets of Tai Chi, 30 Days to Better Breathing, and Dragon & Tiger Qigong: Go You have Successfully Subscribed! 2 Comments Jessica Rose Kidwell on August 13, 2014 at 1:12 am Letter to Bruce from Jessica, PersonalDear Bruce, Thank you for creating this video. It is very helpful. This approach to your teaching would allow me to continue to maintain and develop my Tai Chi. I still live in the Sierra Foothills and the commute into the Bay Area for Alistar Shank’s classes in San Francisco has become more difficult and expensive. In August 2013, my left psoaz muscle became sprained (not sure of the cause) and I had to have caregivers for eight months. The injury healed very slowly even with Dr. Kenneth Lossings help. Prior to that I was going to Alistar’s classes every other Friday night for his class and a 1/2 hour private. So I practice the short form in my room, wishing I had more help and reminders of what to do or not do. Thank you for reaching out and for your help. Love, Jessica Rose Kidwell Phone: 530-692-8923 René Sell on August 21, 2014 at 9:14 pm ShouldersThank you for this reminder, Bruce!