Category Archives: Tai Chi

Why Tai Chi?

When someone asks me what Internal Arts training can do for them I usually have to pause before I give an answer; there are just so many potential benefits that it would take quite some time for me to outline … Continue reading

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The Art of Standing Still – Part 1

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The Art of Standing Still – Part 2

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Basic movement patterns and body coherence

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Guest post by Antonia Stringer

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Taiji Almighty – Training with Chen Bing

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An Interview with Chen Bing

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An Interview with Grandmaster Chen Xiao Wang

First published in 2015 in Tai Chi and Oriental Arts Magazine

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Tai Chi, Fascia & Biotensegrity

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Training with grandmaster Chen Xiao Wang

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