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Taiji and Science – To MOVE Or Not To MOVE

[Taiji and Science] To MOVE Or Not To MOVE Chun Man Sit There are two major types of qigong methods: 1) stillness qigong 2)  moving qigong. Stillness Qigong Stillness qigong includes sitting qigong and standing qigong. Students hold a certain posture and … Continue reading

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The Importance of an Open Hand Position in Qigong and Taiji

[Experience Exchange] The Importance of an Open Hand Position in Qigong and Taiji by Raven Cohan In qigong practice, it is important to challenge oneself to open the hands properly. In this article, we set out to speak of how … Continue reading

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Scientific Taijiquan

[Taiji and Science] Scientific Taijiquan by Chun Man Sit   Master Wu Tu Nan (1884 – 1989) In the 1940s, Master Wu Tunan wrote a book called “The Scientific Way of Taijiquan”. Master Wu Tunan learned Taiji from two famous … Continue reading

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Book Review-Taijiquan

Taijiquan: The Art of Nurturing, The Science of Power by Yang Yang, Ph.D. Hardcover: 219 pages Zhenwu Publications (February 28, 2005) ISBN-10: 0974099007 Review by Rodney J. Owen In preparation for Yang Yang’s Summer Taiji Camp, I decided to re-read … Continue reading

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From the Doctor–Managing Chemotherapy Side-Effects

[From the Doctor] Managing chemotherapy side-effects with Taiji Quan (TJQ) and related complementary mind-body therapies (MBT): an aperçu. By Claude Fournier, MD. Centre de santé et de services sociaux de Beauce. A diagnosis of cancer is already a source of … Continue reading

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