One of the most-known forms is probably the Yang style Tai Chi 108 form. And to make it confusing for us pracitioners, it has many names: Tai Chi 108 form, 105 form, 103 form, 85 form, 150 form 94 form, 88 form or just: Tai Chi long form.
The number actually depends on how you count the different moves. My current teacher Continue reading
A common misperception among people who do not practice Taijiquan is that you need to be patient to learn Taijiquan. I started learning Taijiquan more than a decade ago and I really enjoy it. And I have to admit that I am definitely NOT PATIENT AT ALL! Continue reading
I guess we all know that famous quote by Bruce Lee: Be water, my friend. And as I read that again and again on Pinterest and Instagram, I kept thinking: am I drinking enough water to be water? I just felt like I wanted to start a little water drinking challenge. A water challenge especially for martial artists. Continue reading
I remember the first time I was in a Taijiquan class for beginners. It was strange, but calming. And I clearly felt that those moves where something I liked. But also I really wasn’t sure how to do them. Continue reading
I’ve already written a list with the best Qi Gong books. However, I want to be more specific and tell you what I think are the best Qi Gong books for beginners. Continue reading