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Tai chi and breath control

  1. Tai chi has many styles (shapes), such as the Yang, Chen and Wu style. Although they differ in the manner of execution and the defense techniques to be used, they all place a strong emphasis on breath control. After all, any tai chi form can be compared to swimming in the air. If the breath does not 'go' with the tai chi movements, and thus keeps stopping, it frustrates the circulation of chi in the body. Hence, proper breathing is just as important as tai chi chuan practice technique. Once the principles of tai chi are observed during the solo practice, the breath will follow naturally and harmoniously.

Contents

  1. Tai chi - the complete exercise and defense technique Chi and breath control Tai chi and breathing properly Chi kung Cleansing breathing Revitalizing breathing Alternate breathing Long breaths Breathing 'pre-birth' Move like a tiger

Tai chi - the complete exercise and defense technique

  1. According to the ardent practitioners, tai chi is the ultimate sport for young and old. The slow but sometimes also very fast movements, depending on the style that one practices, are relaxed and executed from 'the stomach'. A full round of tai chi takes a few minutes to half an hour. Tai chi is also a solo exercise and a self-defense method, such as judo and aikido. Giving and using the strength of the opponent to bring him down are some of the pillars on which this technique is based, where relaxation, agility, subtlety and breath control are crucial and as the secrets

Chi and breath control

  1. Chi is a difficult concept to define, but very important in the practice of tai chi. Many masters consider chi to be the core, the essence of tai chi. It is a psycho-physiological force directly related to breathing. In yoga that energy becomes prana

Tai chi and breathing the right way

  1. According to the tai chi philosophy, breathing is directly related to health. Slow, deep, and regular breathing is one of the cornerstones, similar to the full yoga breath. The general rule is that in the practice of tai chi, not strength but concentration

Chi kung

  1. Chi kung is an essential part of tai chi, using breath to generate chi. For the beginner, these are five Taoist breathing techniques, which are also very suitable during standing or sitting meditation

Move like a tiger

  1. In summary, in tai chi all postures (movements) must be performed relaxed, concentrated and from the waist, regardless of whether the Chen, Yang, Wu style or tai chi sword is practiced. Almost all movements are circular. Move lightly, confidently, silently, like a sneaky cat spotting a mouse in the grass. If the above principles are observed, breathing will harmoniously become part of the tai chi practice, so to speak, merge with it. Once that stage is reached, the breath unconsciously follows every movement and chi is allowed to flow freely through the body.

  2. In summary, in tai chi all postures (movements) must be performed relaxed, concentrated and from the waist, regardless of whether the Chen, Yang, Wu style or tai chi sword is practiced. Almost all movements are circular. Move lightly, confidently, silently, like a sneaky cat spotting a mouse in the grass. If the above principles are observed, breathing will harmoniously become part of the tai chi practice, so to speak, fuse with it. Once that stage is reached, the breath unconsciously follows every movement and chi is allowed to flow freely through the body.



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