Tai Chi for Health & Vitality: A Comprehensive Guide to the Short Yang Form
Tai chi is practiced by millions of people worldwide and is one of the fastest growing fitness trends in the West. This is a step-by-step guide to the yang form of Tai chi.
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The Short Yang Form
Benefits of tai chi
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back foot back leg balance ball beginning to rotate bend your knee bend your right BENEFITS body breathing bring your weight chest height comfortable position crane's beak diagonal Draw your right energy exercise Exhale 70 face forwards feel feet fingers finish fist front foot gently Golden Pheasant ground helps Inhale 90 Inhale continues Inhale Exhale kick left arm left foot left hand left heel left knee left of centre left palm left side let go lymphatic system Meanwhile movement narrow stance nhale oriental medicine outwards palm facing push raise your left raise your right right arm right foot right hand right heel right knee right leg right of centre right palm right side rotate your waist sequence shifting your weight Short Yang Form Single Whip sink slightly slowly step forward stimulates tension toes transferring your weight turn your waist upwards waist clockwise weight forward wide stance wrists Wu Wei