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DVD: Tai Chi Fit: FLOW with David-Dorian Ross

Tai Chi Fit: FLOW

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Run Time: 63min

Number of discs: 1

Narration: English

Region Encoding: All Regions

Code: D3969

ISBN: 978-1-59439-396-9

Release Date: September 22, 2016

Skill Level: Skill level 1 recomended Skill Level 2 Skill Level 3

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Feel the Flow of Tai Chi

In Tai Chi Fit: FLOW, David-Dorian gently guides you through a simple Tai Chi workout with an emphasis on continuity, connection, and your feeling of FLOW. The moves are shown in mirror-view, repeated to the left and right before a simple transition takes you to the next step.

The FLOW workout meets the needs of a variety of different students. First, this is the absolute best starting place for tai chi beginners who just want to experience the moves and the deep feeling of tai chi for the first time. Tai Chi Fit: FLOW is also an excellent form of tai chi for seniors, as well as those with common medical conditions such as Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, peripheral neuropathy, hemophilia, diabetes, or obesity.

Tai Chi Fit: FLOW includes:

  • Mirror-view tai chi moves to the left and right.
  • Low-impact, whole body exercise.
  • A beginner-friendly follow-along workout.

The FLOW workout is a perfect way to begin a tai chi practice without the stress of memorizing a form. Just follow along! It is also a great way for experienced tai chi practitioners to drill on the movements, and practice the often-overlooked tai chi principle of "continuity without interruption”.

David-Dorian Ross

David-Dorian Ross is an eight-time gold medal winning martial artist, and has been called “The man who brought Tai Chi mainstream” by Inside Kung Fu magazine.

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