Meditation with Tai Ji and Wu Ji stance
Meditation with Tai Ji (Tai Chi) and Wu Ji stance
Below is our video of Rob and Sifu Lee teaching Tai Ji and Wu Ji stance as a way of meditation and centering the mind. It is easy to learn and practice even if you have no background in Tai Ji or Martial Art.
Special thanks to Sifu Lee from Mantis Mechanics Youtube channel and his class in Florida.
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