Too often, tai chi is performed in a stiff and rigid way.
It should flow! You should be soft and relaxed no matter what style of tai chi you practice!
This is a replay of a live class that I offered on Facebook on September 4, 2017.
In this video, I’ll give you some simple tips for creating more flow in your tai chi.
Beginners are absolutely welcome!
Please try this class even if you’ve struggled with tai chi in the past.
My approach to tai chi is uncommon, and you may find that my “flow first” method is more enjoyable than what you’ve tried in the past!
And if you’re a seasoned tai chi practitioner but you don’t feel enough flow during your practice, then this class will give you some helpful tips.
If you have any questions, go ahead and post them in the comments below!
I’m Anthony Korahais, and I used qigong to heal from clinical depression, low back pain, anxiety, and chronic fatigue. I’ve already taught thousands of people from all over the world how to use qigong for their own stubborn health challenges. As the director of Flowing Zen and a board member for the National Qigong Association, I’m fully committed to helping people with these arts. In addition to my blog, I also teach online courses and offer in-person retreats and workshops.