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Tai Chi Principles for Healthy Aging MASTER YANG LIVE (Streaming)
Code: S9619Duration: 133 min
Tai Chi Principles for Healthy Aging
MASTER YANG LIVE
Maintain your health with Master Yang
Recently, Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming taught live tai chi classes for a small group of private students. This video presents his latest teaching about “tai chi for health” to the wider public for the first time. This is the closest most people will get to meeting Master Yang in person.
Tai Chi master Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming has taught a comprehensive curriculum of tai chi chuan (tàijíquán) for over 40 years around the world. In this program, he shares his insights on how to use essential tai chi principles to improve and maintain your health.
He first explains the core meaning of tai chi and internal arts, and how to develop your energy (qì). He explores the theory and philosophy of tai chi with personal anecdotes and lessons he has learned over the decades.
Then, Master Yang leads an easy to follow class with warm up exercises, stretching, qìgōng fundamentals, and a selection of Taiji Qìgōng. This simple movements relieve pain naturally, improve your vitality, and extend your lifespan.
He demonstrates how tai chi can help you to:
- Improve your balance and prevent falls
- Experience deep relaxation and stress relief
- Enliven your body, breathing, and mind
What is Taiji?
About Internal Arts
Regulating Your Body, Breath & Mind
Taijiquan means Grand Ultimate Fist
Strengthen the Spine & Torso
Follow Along Warm Up
Follow Along Exercises
Follow Along Qìgōng Exercises
People at any age can benefit from this lively discussion and demonstration of simple tai chi principles for health.
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