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Tai Chi Chuan is a more complex art than most Tai Chi practitioners realise. Though the complexity makes the art …

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I agree with my teacher that there is no “Style” in Tai Chi Chuan and that it doesn’t matter what …

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It is said that: “Where the Yi goes, the Qi goes.” and that “The Yi leads, the movement follows.” If …

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If you really want to relax all of your body and make your mind calm, a good advice or “trick” …

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Something I find a little bit sad in the Tai Chi World is closeness and narrow-mindedness. Most Tai Chi practitioners …

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In Tai Chi Chuan, and in all of the arts that are traditionally associated with the name “Neijiaquan”, or the …

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T’ai Chi Ch’uan is indeed a complex art. The learning process goes from separating and learning different types of body …

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Some interesting discussions on Social Media and discussion boards lately. Some people claim that Tai Chi Chuan practice can be …

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I assume that Robert Agar-Hutton as a publisher knows very well what sells and why. I suspect that he also understand …

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In this fifth edition of the Q&A series of Thought on Tai Chi, Jonathan Bluestein generously answers on my questions. Sifu …

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