HOW TO DO TAI CHI: THE TAI CHI WALKING EXERCISE
Part 2 in a 3 Part Series on How to Do Tai Chi. Read Part 1 on Tai Chi Balance and Part 3 on Tai Chi Breathing.
The Tai Chi Walking exercise has many benefits that teach movement, coordination, harmony, balance and tranquility. Unlike push-ups or jogging, Tai Ch exercises are easy to perform, can be practised anywhere and at any time, and require neither lycra nor expensive home-training machines regrettably purchased during an insomniac phase on late-night shopping channels.
However, despite the simplicity of the exercises, many people find Tai Chi just too confusing. It isn't helped by being described in mystical terms and portrayed as a decade-long study for only the most devoted. This is nonsense. But it is understandable, as many people have still not seen the Back to Basics Series by the Teapotmonk.
What is the Back to Basics Series?
Tai Chi is often portrayed as something complicated and difficult to learn, but truth is, it's pretty simple. The Basics Series provides short articles, instructions and video guidance on the fundamentals of Tai Chi. I believe these are essential skills we should all learn. To find out more about Tai Chi read all 3 of these exercises and download the essential Tai Chi Beginners Guide for free.