Experience Tai Chi with Elaine Waters!
Tai Chi, Tai Chi Chuan, Taijiquan, are all different names for the same Internal Martial Art. Tai Chi is both a moving meditation with many health benefits as a well as a sophisticated martial art.
Tai Chi practice combines body, mind, and energy to create a being that acts as one unit, moving like water, with the strength of steel.
Welcome to Tai Chi with Elaine Waters.
Here you will find the secrets of Tai Chi explained through the dynamics of Tai Chi Body Mechanics. The Body Mechanics of Tai Chi provide the link between the esoteric Tai Chi principles and modern physical fitness, resulting in movement which uses minimum effort to achieve maximum results.
Standing out from other training systems, Tai Chi Body Mechanics teaches how this soft martial art can produce incredible power.
Tai Chi practice cultivates awareness, and the wisdom of the senses, thereby developing the mind-body connection.
Tai Chi uses movement to let go of tension. Tai Chi postures have a structure and alignment that allows for let go and rooting. Based on balancing opposites, tai chi postures flow together yet retain individual purpose.
Tai Chi movement expands and contracts, opens and closes, and demands utmost attention to detail while flowing with a let-go.
Tai Chi practice calms the temper, clears the mind, and develops dynamic balance. balance with footsteps as well as inner balance.
The slow, relaxed but deliberate tai chi movements flow together with a rhythm that has a lubricating effect on the body joints.