Tai Chi, Tai Chi Chuan, Taijiquan, are all different
names for the same incredible Internal Martial Art known for its ability to develop
Chi, or Internal Energy.
Tai Chi practice cultivates awareness, and develops the wisdom of the senses, stimulating the mind-body connection.
Tai Chi practice calms the temper, and clears the mind.
Tai Chi postures flow together with a rhythm that has a lubricating effect on the body joints.
Tai Chi has dynamic body mechanics which enhance the ease of movement and provide training in effortless power.
The Body Mechanics of Tai Chi stand out from other training systems, through a method of trapping pressure, under the foot.
Tai Chi movements are generated by the increase and decrease of pressure trapped in the root. Tai chi postures expand into shape as the pressure in the root expands. Tai chi postures soften as pressure decreases. The hip, our alignment, controls the pressure trapping in the foot.