Sticking, Yielding and Following-Tai Chi Secrets

The four skills of zhang, lien, tie and sui are developed through tui shou or push hands in Tai Chi. Zhang is to adhere, lien is to stick or yield, tie is to connect and sui is to follow. I remember my Shifu saying that lien to stick/yield is associated with softness. And to follow …

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PENG| The Secret weapon of Taiji Quan (Tai Chi)

PENG| The Secret weapon of Taiji Quan (Tai Chi) Peng is fundamental in Taiji Quan and internal martial arts. It is not only found in Tai Chi. In Shaolin Quan or even Okinawan Karate (birthed from traditional Chinese Martial Arts), they speak of floating, sinking, swallowing and spitting. Just like in Tai Chi, there is …

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A SECRET Tai Chi method to opening the joints and loosening the body

A SECRET Tai Chi method to opening the joints and loosening the body This time last year when I started learning step rooting, the training was arduous. The training still is, but now there is a minimum level of tolerance. The unbearable pain came from the tightness in my hips and thighs. 3Pack Hemp Gummies …

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