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Tai Chi


Tai Chi

Tai Chi originated from ancient China. It started as a martial art and a meansof self-defense.Today,Tai Chi ispracticed by millions of people throughout
the world for better health and wellbeing.

The term "Tai Chi"(shortened from "Tai Chi Chuan")has been translated in various ways,such as "internal martialart" and "supreme ultimate fist."
It is sometimes called  "taiji" or "taijiquan".

Tai Chi is sometimes referred to as "moving meditation" practitioners move their bodies slowly, gently, and with awareness, while breathing deeply.


 Chang San Feng
Evidence suggest that, around 12th to 14AD lived a Taoist, named Chang San Feng, and it is believed by many that he is the father of Tai Chi Chuan.It is said that "Chang San Feng was residing at the Wudang Mountain,when he saw a bird and a snake fighting and this inspired him to develop Tai Chi Chuan".


Cheng Seng Feng incorporated his deep understanding of Taoism to develop Tai Chi Chuan, which holds many health benefits for those who Practice.

 Benefits of Tai Chi
          - Maintain your health
          - Reduce your stress
          - Find your center 
          - Improve your Flexibility
          - Rediscover Calmness 
          - Strengthen Without Force 
          - Improve circulation (good for cold feet & hands)  
          - Regain balance and flexibility 
          - Strengthen Without Force  
          - Quiet your mind  
          - Decrease stress  
          - Prevent illness (improve immune system)
          - Improve Sports Performance 
          - Other

  

" It  does not take a long time to learn how to practice Tai Chi correctly if you are shown the correct Method.
That is our expertise."


 

 
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