Tai Chi
TaiChi takes the dialectical concept of Taiji and Yin-Yang in traditional Confucianism and Taoism as its core idea. It integrates various functions such as maintaining temperament and strengthening the body, combining the changes of Yin-Yang and Five Elements from I Ching (Book of Changes), the meridians of Traditional Chinese Medicine, ancient Daoyin (Taoist Qi exercise) and Tuna (Taoist breathing techniques).
It is a kind of traditional martial art that combines internal and external cultivation, gentleness, slowness, lightness, hardness and softness.
With slow and graceful movements, Tai Chi helps you stretch, breathe and find balance. Practicing Tai Chi can help calm you physically and emotionally, reducing stress, anxiety and depression.
Long-term continuous practice of Tai Chi helps us to open up the Qi channels, so as to achieve the effect of strengthening the body, prolonging life, and maintaining temperament.
Tai Chi classes are on a regular basis and it is open to the public.

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Tai Chi Standing Stake 01

The longer you stand, the longer you hold on, the lighter and lighter your whole body will feel.
A slight wobble is normal.
Be sure to do all the movements and essentials correctly.
You will feel Leg swelling and feet hemp, that is because your body and mind are in a sate of peace, you can feel more clearly when Qi veins collide during adjustment. At ordinary times the mind is scattered, you are not sensitive to these feelings.

Tai Chi Standing Stake 02

The four levels in Tai chi are: mindfulness of the body, sensations, mental states and phenomena.
Tai chi is the four foundations of mindfulness.
There is a sutra, or manual, called “Great Discourse on the Foundations of Mindfulness” preached by Buddha. Four foundations of mindfulness are to practice awareness.

The Lotus Practice

It is an art embracing the mind and body. It’s one of the most effective exercises for health of mind and body. Although an art with great depth of knowledge and skill, it can be easy to learn and soon delivers its health benefits.

YM Simple Dynamic Practice

It is a moving meditation in the form of a series of gentle exercises that create harmony between the mind and body. The ultimate purpose is to cultivate our inner life energy (qi) to flow smoothly and powerfully through the body.

Tai Chi Steps

Our body is constantly moving and changing. It is arising and ceasing moment by moment. Everything is impermanent!
Be aware of our body’s motion first. Every part of our body including all our little muscles move.
Be aware of the motion. This is called mindfulness of the body.
The first level of doing Tai chi is mindfulness of the body. When we practice that well, we are already specialized doing Tai chi among ordinary people.

Mindfulness of Tai Chi

The four levels in Tai chi are: mindfulness of the body, sensations, mental states, and phenomena. Tai chi is to practice the four foundations of mindfulness.

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