Tai Ji meditation part 2 - Body Alignment
This video shows you the simple body alignment or conditioning exercise to center your mind and move the Qi. It is a good way to prepare for a full Tai Ji, Qi Gong or Martial Art exercise. It can also be a daily meditation practice that does not require a lot of space or technique. It is perfect practice no matter how old or young you are. If you practice consistently, you will see the benefit.
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San Huang San is a traditional Chinese herbal formula that is very strong in clearing heat and reduce dampness. Use externally as a paste or alcohol rub, it can reduce inflammation or swelling of muscle injury in a very short time.
Part 2 of the Tai Ji meditation - Body Alignment and conditioning. It is a series of simple movements that help you center your mind and feel the flow of Qi in the body, The exercise is suitable for all ages and does not require a lot of space.
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How Taiwanese people exercise early morning in the park. Join any exercise group you like for free. Practicing Tai Ji or Qi Gong becomes part of daily routine.
A hundred years ago, martial arts were practiced a little differently. Even fifty years ago, things were not quite exactly as they were today. Now, there's martial art schools all over the world with masters everywhere. As I reminisce about what I wrote about in Root within the Wind, I remember one story I didn't put in.
Is the martial arts presentation usually “too” safe and never really expresses how the techniques are supposed to look or be applied? There is a balance of presentation vs. practicality. The beginning martial artists should learn how to spar and how they can to start practicing without fear of being hurt.