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THE PROFESSOR: Tai Chi’s Journey West – Review

Last night I attended the New York premiere of “the Professor: Tai Chi’s Journey West” directed by Barry Strugatz at the Museum of the Moving Image June 9th 2016 in Astoria, Queens New York. I have anticipated this release of this feature documentary for some time now. I learned of the film a few years […]

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Tai Chi on Long Island – World Tai Chi Day 2016

World Tai Chi and Qigong Day 2016 “On the last Saturday of April each year at 10 am, tens of thousands in hundreds of cities, in over 70 nations come together… to breathe together… to provide a healing vision for our world. Be a part of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2013 on Long […]

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Tai Chi Uniform Review

If you are in need of a Tai Chi uniform or shoes for an upcoming Tai Chi competition or event, I suggest you check out the website TheTaiChiShop.com. The website is professional and easy to use. First, you choose the product, size, enter your height, and weight. Then you pick color. I recently ordered the […]

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Chen Zhonghua – Chen Taiji Practical Method

Tonight, I was perusing the website of Chen Zhonghua – Chen Taiji Practical Method and decided to register pay and watch a video. The site is secure and accepts PayPal or credit card payments. The videos are relatively inexpensive and range in price from $1 – $20. For $5 dollars I had access to a […]

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I have often read online that Tai Chi cures and reduces anxiety. I do not feel that Tai Chi practice alone can cure anxiety but it can definitely help. Tai Chi can teach you to learn the feeling of relaxation necessary in order to cope with anxiety symptoms. This is especially taught during fixed step Push Hands, […]

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Depending on the length of a Tai Chi form, it can often take a person more than a year to learn a Tai Chi sequence and/or a lifetime to perfect it. One of the things that intrigues me about Tai Chi the most, is that you can never perfect it and so begins the journey. […]

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Tai Chi and Bodybuilding

I first began weight training when I was thirteen years old and have continued strength training ever since. As we age we experience muscle atrophy and loose bone density. In order to reverse this aging process we need to add strength resistance training to our lifestyle. It is my opinion through my own personal experience […]

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Downward Dog

Whenever I practice Tai Chi indoors my German shepherd dog lays down in my space a few feet of me to chew his Nylabone®. I don’t know why but my dog has done this ever since he was a puppy. Is he doing this just to be next to me or is it done on […]

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Moving Meditation

I was just doing a random search online and found an article stating that Tai Chi is not a moving meditation. One of the reasons the writer stated that Tai Chi was not a moving meditation is because they felt in doing the Tai Chi form you need to pay attention to what is going […]

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Tai Chi in America

I recently read an article titled “How an American Dancer Introduced Tai Chi to America”. The article was about Sophia Delza a pioneer in introducing Tai Chi to non-Chinese-Americans. In 1948, Sophia Delza moved to Shanghai with her husband. On one of her trips to Beijing she discovered Tai Chi. She wrote in her book […]

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