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One good turn deserves another: a quick look at the Kwa factor

You may know of the Kwa,  or you may be saying HUH?

For years now I have been practicing Tai Chi and Qigong;  shifting, turning and carrying my core through movements. Read more…


The view from the top… where are your eyes during Tai Chi and Qigong?

I am sure there are many differing opinions on the subject of the eyes in regard to Tai Chi and Qigong practice.

My first sensei taught me his take on it and it seems to work fine for me and those I teach. Read more…

Two fitness training principals to avoid injury and build balanced movement.

Have you ever heard of these two principles of movement in fitness / exercise training?
1: The 70% rule
2: Work to your weakest side
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Qigong is the best fitness program you’re not doing

All modalities of movement are not created equal. 

Yes, I stated the obvious but for a reason.  It was to hopefully to get to you see where I was going with this.  Keep reading to find out.

10 years ago, I would have started talking about the benefits of Tai Chi here, but today I want to talk about Qigong. Read more…

When there are so many Tai Chi and Qigong options, where do you start?

Let me put this simply, keeping in mind it is strictly my opinion.

You start with the skills. Read more…