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Description An introduction to the 'Sun Style' of Tai Chi created by Sun Lu-tang in the 19th Century. The Sun Style focuses on Qiqong and the flow of Qi within the body. more

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“TAI CHI AND ME”

published 02/12/2005

AdvantagesGentle, suitable for any age group and fitness level

Disadvantagesnone

...~~ TAI CHI FOR DIABETES ~~ About 6 weeks ago now, I was feeling very poorly, so I went to the doctors, where I was told that I had diabetes, I should not really have been surprised as it has been in my family for 4 generations, I am obese, I smoke (well did, I have given up in the last couple of weeks), and well, I am over 40, so it all leads to Type 2 diabetes. Even through I knew...

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“Tai Chi - A Way of Life”

published 06/11/2002

AdvantagesRelaxing, improves health, fitness and well-being

DisadvantagesNone

...I started learning the Chinese Martial Art of Tai Chi with Peter Warr in Milton Keynes in late 1997, and decided a year later to train to become a qualified Coach. I was bitten by the bug! There are five main styles of Tai Chi - Li (or Lee), Chen, Sun, Wu and Yang, of which Yang style is my "speciality". For each style there are a series of routines, or Forms, to be learned. Primarily used...

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Excellent

AdvantagesStronger muscles, better balance and teaches discipline

DisadvantagesNeeds time and patience

...Tai Chi, which means 'supreme ultimate fist', is an ancient Chinese Martial Art practised all over the world. What makes Tai Chi so attractive to such a variety of people (both young and old, male and female) is the fact that it does not focus on fast and hard movements like other Martials Arts, such as Karate and Kung Fu. Instead Tai Chi must be practised in a relaxed state, and all...

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