People often express how difficult and exhausting a journey is, but it doesn't have to be that way!
YOU can, with a few simple exercises in Tai Chi, travel lightly and arrive with energy bundles instead of just luggage bundles we carry with us. Tai Chi is an intense and energy-efficient way of exercising that can improve strength, endurance and health.
As we travel through airports, bus stops or life in general, we take our frustrations, frustrations, and anxieties and push them down through our nervous system into our muscular system causing tension, anxiety, headaches, ulcers, indigestion, dyspepsia, insomnia many other things they do we are sick, anxious. it weakens our body and becomes increasingly subconscious in diseases. Those who use Tai Chi are just like everyone else. responsible for what we create in our biological costume, although players of Tai Chi, Yoga and Pilates tend to be a little more aware of this responsibility.
Through a simple idea, a geometric pattern and a simple intention, we can create an unlimited number of exercises to suit any situation we may encounter when sitting, hugging, walking or rushing along the path we cross.
The Exercise: The spiral or oscillating tree is done by selecting any part of the body and constructing a circular pattern in the air. It can start from a wrist or an ankle – the beauty of the spiral is that it releases the intensified tension both emotional and physical and can occupy the mind from creating scenarios that have no basis in reality other than to stress stress. inside himself and waving to others.
The concept: Big circle / small circle – the spiral can only be done by breathing while sitting, standing or moving. Use visualization and maybe even design different spirals to help you feel and see patterns that can start to be made from your game.
Interestingly, the spiral you see all over the Southwest is an American symbol or pictogram meaning "spirit", "tornado" and even "breath".
"When I was traveling to various schools, Neil Duncan, an IT expert, would be traveling with me after he accidentally attended 3 Tai Chi lessons and Chi Gung said to me, 'You know, do that (spiral) while on the lines at banks, convenience stores and even meeting and it's amazing how much more energy I have. "Teacher Hill
It is beautiful when we begin to discover again that much of our quality of life is linked to the quality of our movement and the freedom and energy that accompany it no matter where our travels take us. Remember, no matter where you go, you are there. so enjoy every step, every spiral, every breath!