Tag: posture

The Gravity of the Situation

February 20, 2014 0 Comments
The Gravity of the Situation

  In late January, sixty Tai Chi/Qigong students and teachers celebrated the beginning of the Lunar New Year.  We practiced many forms, had a pot luck and watched Tai Chi demonstrations.  One particular teacher demonstrated Wu Form.   Sonny performed a combination of  finely synchronized, smooth moves  interrupted by exploding vertical jumps and kicks.  He […]

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Q Tip # 14-2 Posture

January 30, 2014 0 Comments
Q Tip # 14-2  Posture

The first fundamental of Qigong / Tai Chi is to Adopt an Upright Posture.  There are three components to this rule lift head, lower shoulders and natural stance.  Last week we discussed Lift Head / Lower Shoulders.  Today’s Q Tip covers the third fundamental:  Natural Stance. Natural Stance is a delicate balance between slumping shoulders […]

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