For my Chen Tai Chi students, here are a variety of Chen style 18 form videos from youtube to help you practice at home between classes. Instructor Nicola studies and teaches the forms of Grand Master Chen Zhenglei and her teachers have all studied with or are lineage holders of this style of Chen Tai Chi. We are not affiliated with these videos, these are for student reference only. Click here to read the Chen style 18 form movement names.
Grand Master Chen Zhenglei
Grand Master Chen Zhenglei - Rear Orientation
Grand Master Chen Zhenglei - Mirrored
Master Wang Hai Jun
Master Chen Huixian
Master Wang Hai Jun - Chen Heel Kick Drills
Master Wang Hai Jun - Instruction on Diagonal Posture
Self Managing Chronic Pain For those living with chronic pain who would like to be active in their self care management, read over a number of free online resources that aim to naturally help. Explore gentle and powerful movements for both mind and body. Tai Chi, Qigong and meditation instructor Nicola lives with Ehlers Danlos…
Taoist Teaching and Mid Life Assistance www.personaltao.com Taoism as a practice helps people live balanced and graceful lives. In China there is a saying: “You retire as a Taoist.” This is a reflection of the fact that Taoism as a teaching is deeply geared to help people come into their life. In the first third…
Tai Chi Does Not Heal The ‘ask the teacher’ question this month is from an email I received which advised Tai Chi: “healed my childhood knee problems and bad tendonitis in my arm, neither to return again, despite not continuing Tai Chi” “Can it repair and strengthen ligaments that were injured or are weak /…
Tai Chi for Pregnancy Tai Chi and Qi Gong combine a well aligned posture with graceful powerful movement and deep breathing. Often referred to as meditation in motion, Tai Chi and Qi Gong can be practiced by everyone no matter age, fitness level or physical condition. Everyone can benefit from regular practice including mums to…
Tai Chi for Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) An auto-immune disease causing inflammation of the spine, vertebrae, sacrum and can also affect other major joints. The connective tissues; tendons and ligaments harden (ankylosing) where they attach to the bone. At the later stages of progression, the spine can fuse together. Ankylosing Spondylitis Symptoms & Effects Fatigue Joint…
Deception Training Body Language and the Mind Body Connection This article looks at deception training and the relationship between Tai Chi and Qigong movements and stillness meditation practice. The Stress Response What does the fear, stress, anxiety, scared, afraid, discomfort or nervous response look like in your posture and movement? Posture: Hands are hidden or…
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