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In spite of its slow, graceful movements, Tai Chi is actually one of the Chinese
martial arts. The battle in Tai Chi involves using the soft to overcome the hard. It emphasizes work
with the yin and yang energies. Tai Chi is a great practice for people of any age who want to improve
their balance and overall well-being.
||The Tai Chi Site|
This is a very detailed site about this graceful, slow-motion exercise. Tai Chi puts a strong focus on
the chi, or inner energy. You can find any information you'd like to know about this health-enhancing
discipline here - including workshop locations and events.
||Tai Ji Quan|
This article explains what Tai Chi is, and offers an historical overview.
||Easy Tai Chi FAQs|
This page of FAQs about Tai Chi comes from Dr. Keith Jeffery, who is determined to bring Tai Chi to
everyone through his videos, seminars - and this site.
||Yang Style Tai Chi|
This style of Tai Chi originated in the nineteenth century with Yang Lu-chan, and his legacy has been
handed down through several generations to a number of teachers in Canada, which is where this site
||Ten Essential Points of Practice|
Like every other physical discipline, form and attention is all-important in Tai Chi. This useful page
will help you make the most of your practice.
||How to Find a Tai Chi Teacher|
Finding the right teacher is crucial to your Tai Chi practice. Here's an article that tells you what
to look for.
||Tai Chi & Taoism|
The spiritual principles of Taoism are gently reflected in the movements of Tai Chi. This article
examines that relationship.
||Tai Chi Yoga|
If you guessed that this was a blend of Tai Chi and Yoga - you're right! A gentleman named John
Neubauer created it and offers video instruction.