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November 29, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Freestyle Push Hands (Cheng Tin Hung’s youngest son)

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November 28, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Old Stuff with Dan Docherty and Master Chen Tin Hung

November 23, 2017

Meanwhile PE class is optional…

At least it is in some K-12 schools, according to what I have been told. And it has been that way for a while: we now have college kids taking our Tai chi class who have no ever had any PE classes before.

There is a price to pay: http://neurosciencenews.com/fitness-kids-gray-matter-7997/

November 20, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Step Up, Parry & Punch (Paul… again:-)

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November 15, 2017

What We Know Verses What There Is To Know

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Here research is cites which sheds even more light on the value and importance of breathing as it relates to health.

It is thrilling to learn more and to know; it is humbling to realize that no matter how much we know, we know very very little.

October 21, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: Raise Hand Step Up & White Crane Flaps His Wings

October 13, 2017

A Little (Exercise) Goes A Long Way (Depression prevention)

As little as an hour of not-too-hard exercise weekly…

October 4, 2017

A Huge Finding

Here is the article about research on Lymphatic vessels in the brain.

We talk a lot about lymph drainage in Tai Chi – in particular there are certain exercises that we do in which we discuss the effect on the dura mater (the covering of the brain where lymph vessels are now known to exit). There are a lot of implications!

October 3, 2017

Just One Hour… of Exercise: Depression

Research on time well spent.

August 11, 2017

For Tai Chi Students

July 29, 2017

The Importance of Breath

“For many people it seems difficult to believe that changing breathing patterns can have such significant impact on mental and physical health. Not to mention performance and recovery.
It is the lowest hangning fruit and very few poeple are picking it. Instead many are looking for complicated methods or become dependent of pharmaceuticals.”

– Paul Silfverstrale, Wudang Practical Tai Chi Chuan

Here is his recent Blog Post entitled Nasal Breathing: https://wudangtaichichuan.wordpress.com/2017/07/29/tai-chi-chuan-qi-nasal-breathing/

It compliments, perfectly, all that I have said on this Blog on the subject, including the very recent Post on mouth breathing (the problem).

July 26, 2017

For Tai Chi Students: China Trip/Cheng Tin Hung/Dan Docherty

CTH starts are 51:15

 

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