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Tai Chi Helps Improve Bone Density In Older Adults (sab, 06 ago 2022)
As adults age into their older years, their bones become less dense, this is even more true for females over 50 years of age. This can lead to problems such as osteoporosis, and the bones being more prone to breaking, especially if one suffers a fall. Between the ages of 25 and 50, bone density […] The post Tai Chi Helps Improve Bone Density In Older Adults first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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Training with Mindfulness (Sun, 24 Jul 2022)
Whenever I practice with students who are just starting their journey into tai chi, they are shocked when I refer to the martial arts history of tai chi. The post Training with Mindfulness first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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The Effects Of Tai Chi On Patients With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Sun, 03 Jul 2022)
Many people suffer from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. It is estimated that between 836 thousand and 2.5 million are affected by it in the United States alone. The post The Effects Of Tai Chi On Patients With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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What Makes Successful Tai Chi Students And Teachers? (Fri, 01 Jul 2022)
As a former educator and a lifelong student and teacher, I have often reflected upon what makes successful teachers and students. The post What Makes Successful Tai Chi Students And Teachers? first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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San Francisco Opens Outdoor Tai Chi Court In McLaren Park (Sun, 26 Jun 2022)
More and more cities are gradually adding outdoor public spaces dedicated for practicing Tai Chi. The City of San Francisco opened its first outdoor space specifically designed for practicing tai chi. The post San Francisco Opens Outdoor Tai Chi Court In McLaren Park first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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Uniting Yin And Yang In Taijiquan (Wed, 22 Jun 2022)
In Taijiquan (太極拳) the concept of harmonizing yin (阴) and yang (阳) is commonly given in dualistic statements like having neither excess nor deficiency. But avoiding excess (yang) and deficiency (yin) means that one needs to be where yin and yang meet/unite. The post Uniting Yin And Yang In Taijiquan first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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Tai Chi Can Help Benefit Those Dealing With Arthritis (Thu, 16 Jun 2022)
The benefits of Tai Chi can be obtained whether you are young and fit, old and frail, or anywhere in-between. The wonderful part about learning Tai Chi is that it can be adjusted to accommodate the learners limitations The post Tai Chi Can Help Benefit Those Dealing With Arthritis first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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Artistic Underwater Video Of Tai Chi (Wed, 01 Jun 2022)
This is a beautifully filmed and choreographed video of Tai Chi being performed underwater. The post Artistic Underwater Video Of Tai Chi first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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Go Slow To Go Fast—And More: A Rationale For Slow T’ai Chi Practice (Sat, 02 Apr 2022)
The popular misconception about t’ai chi is that it is just a slow motion dance, and many people are surprised that it is also a highly skilled martial art. The post Go Slow To Go Fast—And More: A Rationale For Slow T’ai Chi Practice first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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Tai Chi Amongst The Clouds (Wed, 02 Feb 2022)
As part of the Spring Festival Gala show for celebrations across China, three practitioners of the art of Tai Chi Chuan perform this ancient martial art and health amongst the clouds. The post Tai Chi Amongst The Clouds first appeared on Slanted Flying.
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