Bird Flaps Its Wings


Peaceful and relaxing harmony
of motion
in
"Working the Pulley".


 


6 Healing Sounds

Description

    This practice involves a slow series of  meditative body movements done gently in a standing position (seated TCC® can be taught for those with physical handicaps). There are nineteen soft movements and one pose, when practiced regularly, can help the individual to enjoy enhanced physical wellness, decreased tension and stress and greater serenity in the midst of daily life.

The movement of T’ai Chi Chih®, when done properly,will effectively balance and circulate the ‘chi’, or, vital life energy force.

T’ai Chi Chih® can be learned in a series of as little as eight lessons, and needs no special equipment, clothing or place to be practiced effectively.

Health Benefits of T’ai Chi Chih® include:

  • Better balance                                                          
  • Lower blood pressure                    
  • Regulation of metabolism                    
  • Lessening of joint/muscle pain
  • Quieting of the mind
  • Elimination of excess body fluid
  • Increased circulation


Origin of T’ai Chi Chih®

T’ai Chi Chih® was originated by Justin Stone, who began teaching the practice in 1974. There are now many hundreds of accredited TCC® instructors in the United States and throughout the world. T’ai Chi Chih® is not to be confused with the many forms of martial art T’ai Chi, such as T’ai Chi Chuan. The practice that comes to us from Justin Stone is partly the result of his extensive studies and experiences with oriental chi-related practices throughout the Orient and India.

Another website through which you may find out more information is www.taichichih.org.

 


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