There are a couple of acupuncture points which you should know when you practice Taijiquan and Qi Gong. The most important point (or rather energy field) is the Dantian. And I already talked about where is Dantian and the day I discovered my Dantian.
Now I want to talk about the Mingmen. This acupoint is located at the back. Continue reading
Qi Gong and Taijiquan is full of numbers. 8 brocades, 108 form movements, 3 treasures etc. Thus I want to show you the numbers from China!
Let’s start with the Chinese number 1-10; 100 and 1000. And I added some examples from Continue reading
The answer to “what is a kwoon” is really simple. This is how I described it in my Taijiquan & Qi Gong Dictionary: Continue reading
As a Taijiquan or Qi Gong student, you most likely heard your teacher say: place your hands over your Dantian. And then you place your hands over your belly, but you probably wonder: where is Dantian located? Where is it exactly? Continue reading
Honestly, Push Hands is a big mystery to me. I cannot put my finger on it, but I know I am still not sure what is Pushing Hands (or 推手 Tui Shou, the Chinese name).
Even though I continuously visit Tai Chi Push Hand workshops and classes and try to figure out, what is Pushing Hands. But there are still missing pieces. Continue reading