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Cultivating The Mind – Meditation: The Priority of Yang Xin Mood, Food and Move – Three Secrets Part II

[Cultivating the Mind] Meditation: The Priority of Yang Xin Mood, Food and Move – Three Secrets Part II Shiuan Gee As we know, happiness is important thing in Yang Xin (mind). But if we are excessively happy is that all right? Over-happiness … Continue reading

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Plateaus In Learning Taiji

[Meditation In Motion] Plateaus In Learning Taiji Eric Borreson When people begin learning something new, they often learn quickly. Their minds become engaged in the learning. However, when learning taiji, learning quickly is not necessarily better than learning slowly and … Continue reading

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A New Hope for Parkinson’s Disease Patients: Tai Chi

A New Hope for Parkinson’s Disease Patients: Tai Chi by Violet Li Tai Chi Examiner The story of Jerry Wild of St. Louis, Missouri was published in Young Parkinson’s Newsletter, by American Parkinson Disease Parkinson Disease Association (APDA). It certainly … Continue reading

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Improving Immunity with Tai Chi

The Tai Chi Examiner Improving Immunity with Tai Chi by Violet Li It has been shown that in certain circumstances, practicing tai chi has an effect on boosting the immune system for older adults similar to getting a vaccination.   Michael … Continue reading

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The Taiji Examiner

Kung Fu Body Conditioning by© Violet Li Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming is a world renowned Tai Chi master.  Even though he has trained tens of thousands of martial artists around the world directly or indirectly through classes, workshops, books and DVDs, … Continue reading

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The Tai Chi Examiner

Tai Chi for Musicians By Violet Li Performing Guitarist and Senior Artist Teacher Joe Rea Phillips of the Blair School of Music of  Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN) has studied Wushu for 35 years.  He started with Northern Shaolin and then … Continue reading

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