Tai-Chi

Updated: Jul 16, 2019


Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition and a form of martial art, which dates back to the 12th century. It’s slow movements make it known to be a meditation in motion which is why it has be known to alleviate stress and anxiety as well as increase energy levels. It helps with balancing the yin (passive negative force) and yang (the active positive force) in the body. There are five different styles of Tai Chi, each with their own style:



Chen-Style

The oldest style of Tai ChiAlternative fast and slow momentsBursts of power


Yang-Style

Most popular and widely practiced styleGives you a feeling of serenity


Wu- Or Wu (Hao)-Style

A lot of torso and internal movementsThere is an importance of being still within and keeping calm


Wu-Style

Distinctive hand formsJumping, grappling and pressure point leverage


Sun-Style

Smooth flowing movementsGentle posturesHigh stances

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