If in a garden find someone yourself to move very slowly, do not be alarmed, it is Tai Chi! Learn more about this ancient art.
The Tai Chi was created for combat, and can be considered a martial art but, strictly speaking, is an art internal chinese. You can say that it is a form of meditation in movement. Founded in the thirteen postures essential, this art was developed and practiced by chinese monks, in the monasteries lost in the mountains, but now is a little all over the world. The combat despareceu and, today, the Tai Chi promotes the balance between body and mind.
Tai Chi is gentle, easy to learn, and those who practice it regularly have bones that are more resistant, cartilage flexible, are more focused and your heart is stronger. Because equilibras the vital forces of the body, the famous Yin and Yang, the gentle movements of Tai Chi allow for numerous improvements in the body at the level of systems the central nervous, endocrine system, digestive system, excretory system, muscular system, skeletal system, lymphatic system, circulatory system and sensory organs.
HOW DOES TAI CHI?
In the classroom, or the practice of Tai Chi is expected to be able to empty the chest, stretch your back, relax the waist, the shoulders and drop the elbows. The strength comes from the mind and not the muscle strength. The movements of the upper part and the lower part of the body are interconnected and should move with lightness, continuously and without disruption. These are some of the basic principles of Tai Chi to help you achieve all the benefits.
13 BENEFITS OF TAI CHI
- Increased vitality, increasing energy and mood.
- Strengthens and corrects posture.
- Improves the blood irrigation.
- Stimulates the memory and concentration.
- Strengthens the nervous system.
- Stimulates the functioning of the internal organs (heart, liver and digestive tract)
- Full development of mental potential and spiritual.
- Balances all the organic systems of the body.
- Sense of serenity and balance
- Decreases stress.
- More flexibility, greater muscle relaxation.
- Strengthening the immune system.
- Overcoming fears and limits.
7 TIPS FOR PRACTICING TAI CHI
- Be persistent. Only you’ll be able to master the techniques if you practice regularly.
- Practice Tai Chi in the open air, where to circulate fresh air and to be in communion with nature.
- Practice the early hours of the morning, at sunrise, at the time of creative energy.
- Relax, and smile. Many of the benefits of Tai Chi Chuan are psychological.
- Wear loose clothing to allow the flow of energy. Do not use the watch or accessories.
- Take a breath and move so graceful, smooth and harmonious.
- Be gentle and generous with others.