Tai Chi / Qigong

Chinese Medicines Guide

China has made significant contributions in the field of medicine and cure. There are many remedies that originated in China and have proved to be of great help in healing people across the world. According to the people of China, there is a universal life...

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Tai Chi Versus Stress

Life is a stressful series of events wrapped in one package. All around us are contributing factors to add stress in our lives. Even the littlest things can add a certain amount of stress. But it doesn’t matter if your life is full of stress because it is...

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Tai Chi Uplifts External and Internal Systems

What is an external system? What is an internal system? The answer lies beyond its difference. Tai Chi is a form of exercise that incorporates between the inner and outer aspect of a human being. When one says that is affects the external system, it means...

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Tai Chi to Battle Parkinson’s Disease

There was a study that was recently published that there was a way to possibly slow down the progress of Parkinson’s Disease through Tai Chi. Although, it doesn’t necessarily promise a one-of-a-kind treatment to the disease, basically because Parkinson’s...

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Tai Chi Precautions

There are things that you ought to do before, during and after every Tai Chi session. They are called precautions. Well, this won’t be new to you because almost all exercises have certain precautions that every practitioner must observe and follow. Below...

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Tai Chi in the Modern World

Gone are the days wherein Tai Chi is only recognized within the homes of those who made it. Tai Chi have become very popular to people nowadays. It is not recognized as a way of exercising but of treating and preventing certain ailments that can’t be done...

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Tai Chi History

Tai Chi, also known as Tai Chi Chuan, was handed down from different generations since its creation by Chang San-Feng. It was during the Sung Dynasty that this was introduced and from that moment on, there were numerous accounts of the form. The form, or...

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Tai Chi for Health and for Science

Tai Chi is not only a mere form of exercise. It can look like that but in reality and basing on the principles of every movement, it is more than what meets the eye. Tai Chi focuses in a lot of things but most especially with two main factors: health and...

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Tai Chi Facts: A Beginner’s Guide

For those who are thrilled in experiencing Tai Chi, it is all-possible. Although, there are certain points to remember if you are really thinking of joining the group. First, know some facts about Tai Chi. Tai Chi and Tai Chi Chuan is not different after...

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Tai Chi: An Overview

If you translate Tai Chi (Taiji), it would mean “Supreme Ultimate Force”. It is somewhat a state of infinite and absolute potentiality. It tackles on the concept between yin and yang or the Two Aspects governing the Four Realms and Five Elements. Using...

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Suitable Styles and Advices for Tai Chi Lovers

There is a common misconception for the new generation to think that Tai Chi is just for the elderly. It is popular for the older people because Tai Chi can contribute so much to their health. But that doesn’t mean that they don’t need to experience the...

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Looking Forward to Tai Chi Benefits and Advantages

Tai Chi can greatly benefit and give out tremendous advantages that one can never imagine. It is both therapeutic and healthy. Aside from that, it can also be a sort of martial art but only a few recognize that it is somewhat a slower version of Chinese...

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Learning the Sword of Tai Chi

Usually, teachers will give the students sufficient time to practice all the basic moves first before quarrying in the more intense techniques. It will take a student at least 2-3 years of experience before letting him handle the tao (knife or short...

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How Tai Chi Works in Workplaces

Tai Chi is a kind of exercise that is not only relieving but soothing to both mind and body, and somehow, as well as the soul. The best part about Tai Chi is that it can be by anyone including the young, the not so young, and the old. Children are not...

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Brief Context of Tai Chi

Origin From the Land of the Sleeping Giant, China. One of the legendary and respected founders who created the idea of imitating the flow and motion of the different martial art techniques is Chang San Feng. He is said to live during the year 1391 until...

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Benefits of Tai Chi to Health

As believed, Tai Chi can increase the flow of energy thus increasing the strength and promoting the serenity and harmony in every system of the body. It’s the meditative and calming aspect of Tai Chi that makes the movements useful in every aspect that can...

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10 Important Concepts of Tai Chi

Practicing Tai Chi is not merely a swing of the arm and the movement of the feet. There is a reason behind every movement and style that is made. These concepts paved the way to building every form of Tai Chi. So you have to pay close attention on the...

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Preventing Arthritis Through Tai Chi

There are more than one reason why many believe Tai Chi helps reduce the painful effects of arthritis. It’s because Tai Chi doesn’t focus only on the medical aspects but also in the healing properties of the mind and an inner energy that is called as Qi....

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Breathing Your Way To Health

Breathing, yes of course we do it, if not we'd be dead, obvious isn't it. But in the far east Breathing techniques have been used for thousands of years. Not only as a means of improving the health and vitality of both the body and mind, but also as a...

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Gather Your Qi

Have you been hearing a lot about Qigong (pronounced chee-GONG). It is referenced in connection with exercise, relaxation and balance. Qigong is just the current name for the Taoist breathing exercises that date back nearly 5,000 years. Tai Chi, you might...

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