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Eric Borreson
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Life | Health | Tai Chi
Life | Health | Tai Chi

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How to Learn Tai Chi
White Crane Flashing Wings I have been studying tai chi for a
number of years now. The more I learn, the more learning I have to
do. Most students, myself included,
run through our forms and call it our daily practice. This weekend, I
did something a little...

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Eric Borreson commented on a post on Blogger.
+Gyffes, thanks for the comment. Keep in mind that we cannot change anyone except ourselves. Be an example and recognize that everyone is seeking happiness and peace, but they don't always know the way to get there.

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+Sophia, thanks for commenting on this article. There are many reasons to learn tai chi. From my point of view, the main purpose is to promote health and well-being. Why do you ask?

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Eric Borreson commented on a post on Blogger.
+gyffes, thanks for the comment. What you say is certainly true. It's a good addition to the discussion.

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How Can We Use Technology to Connect?
This
is a presentation I gave at Dr. Paul Lam's annual Tai Chi workshop in
St. Louis, MO. See the notes at the end. Good morning. I am very
happy to be here at the world's biggest and best tai chi family
reunion. We really are a family here. Dr. Lam asked m...

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Four Ways to Improve Body Awareness
One of the things that seems to
confuse tai chi beginners is body awareness. They really don't know what their body is doing in space. They try to move their arms and
hands in a certain way and the movement doesn't look at all like they tried to
do it. Even...

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Yield to Yield
(This
is a guest post by Arthur Lopez) “ Yield” has been one
of the most difficult Tai Chi concepts for me to learn. After 16
years of regular practice, I sometimes still find that I am not
yielding when I should. I wondered why this is so? In researching t...

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Tai Chi Improves Ability to Perform Complex Tasks
A recent study shows that tai chi
practitioners are more able to perform complex tasks that combine
physical and cognitive challenges than non-practitioners. The study
looked at older experienced tai chi practitioners and healthy
controls. The practitioners...

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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2014
World Tai Chi & Qigong Day World Tai Chi & Qigong Day is an annual event celebrated all around the world to raise awareness of tai chi and qigong. We had a great event this year at Bird Park in Kankakee, IL USA. More than 40 people braved the cold wind to g...

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Eric Borreson commented on a post on Blogger.
Victor, thanks for the feedback. That's great news for your your life and your practice.
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