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One’s first experience of a Tai Chi Class or Instructional Video is

very important.

One should be able to follow quite comfortably and get a significant sense of well-being after the first session. Jumping too quickly into more complex Tai Chi or Qi Gong could lead to frustration. Tai Chi is a slow burner. The effects of Tai Chi are felt during the session and often for the rest of the day. It’s best to start with routines that are simple to follow yet till contain the essence of Tai Chi. When learning from an instructional video one does not have the benefit of the Instructor first hand which can lead to quick corrections. Also working with a group live helps to see from a dual perspective of front and back of the movements. The instructional Videos are designed to start from scratch with Tai Chi. One should always be able to see the instructor doing the movements in front of you rather than with the back turned facing away from the student. A live class environment differs slightly and one can follow the group as well as the instructor. Two main styles are used to get started with Tai Chi. They are Sun Style and Yang Style.

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ZenChestnuts.com

About ZenChestnuts

One’s first experience of a Tai Chi Class or

Instructional Video is very important.

One should be able to follow quite comfortably and get a significant sense of well-being after the first session. Jumping too quickly into more complex Tai Chi or Qi Gong could lead to frustration. Tai Chi is a slow burner. The effects of Tai Chi are felt during the session and often for the rest of the day. It’s best to start with routines that are simple to follow yet till contain the essence of Tai Chi. When learning from an instructional video one does not have the benefit of the Instructor first hand which can lead to quick corrections. Also working with a group live helps to see from a dual perspective of front and back of the movements. The instructional Videos are designed to start from scratch with Tai Chi. One should always be able to see the instructor doing the movements in front of you rather than with the back turned facing away from the student. A live class environment differs slightly and one can follow the group as well as the instructor. Two main styles are used to get started with Tai Chi. They are Sun Style and Yang Style.

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