3-gates-opening

3-gates-opening

3-gates-opening 3-gates-opening This is very standard Tai Chi warmup below the gates and middle gates and the upper gates. The most important in this generation chi is body alignment twist both the sides. Stabilize our hips and turn lumbar vertebrae and exchanging the...
Tai-Chi-Kung-Snake-Creeps

Tai-Chi-Kung-Snake-Creeps

Tai-Chi-Kung-Snake-Creeps Tai-Chi-Kung-Snake-Creeps Be careful to always keep the knees out to the weight on outside of your feet. The “Snake” has always been reference to the backbone in Taijiquan. So whenever there is a tai chi posture that has anything...
Tai-Chi-Kung-Heel-Kick

Tai-Chi-Kung-Heel-Kick

Tai-Chi-Kung-Heel-Kick Tai-Chi-Kung-Heel-Kick   One side of leg is grounded and other side of leg is expanded, downward grounding and outward kicking. Right Heel Kick The Heel Kick  a common posture found in t’ai chi ch’uan.  the other hand (in this...
Wave-Hands-Like-Clouds

Wave-Hands-Like-Clouds

  Wave-Hands-Like-Clouds   Wave-Hands-Like-Clouds Cloud hands, ‘wave hands clouds’ as also known, one of those classic Tai Chi movements that characterise the art. Done slightly different ways in different Tai Chi styles.   Old yang, also called Gu...
Tai-Chi-Kung-Climbing

Tai-Chi-Kung-Climbing

Tai-Chi-Kung-Climbing   Tai Chi Kung for everyday life Tai-Chi-Kung-Climbing A great weight bearing exercise and therefore divide the straight correctly with the knees out weight on the outside the floor. Provides the great position for the lower back as well as...
Crouching-Lifting-Sweeping

Crouching-Lifting-Sweeping

Crouching-Lifting-Sweeping   Crouching/ Lifting for health Never let your heals go up and therefore keep your heals flat pelvis are tight knees are out and pick the things from down. Come up and down using your legs. Lean forward from below your navel: Lift using...
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