Pushing Hands or Sticking weapons training is much understood. By many it is seen as soft almost meditative exercise with a partner. This is far from the truth it is in fact a dynamic “listening” exercise intended to sharpen your awareness and ability to adapt to changing situations.
But how? How can one slow, simple exercise do all this? To understand the answer to this question, let us first understand a little bit more about this form of Tai Chi.
The Tai Chi health form is performed slowly and as perfectly as possible whilst trying to relax into the moves as much as you can.
This, of course, takes practise. But, like walking up the stairs or brushing your teeth, it becomes second nature over time.
The more practice you put into repeating the moves the easier they become to remember as your body takes over from your brain.
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|Reduces Stress And Anxiety|
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|Improves everyday physical functioning|
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