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Traditional Chinese Building in Modern Times

Traditional May Not Be Best

In conversations between Tai Chi ‘experts’ you often hear that the traditional way of doing things in Tai Chi is the ‘best’, and that changes (especially modern ones) are bad. There is a kind of implied devotion to ‘Masters of Old’ and a feeling that modern Tai Chi is a watered down and less effective art than it was ‘way back when’.

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Picture of a deep well

The Well Is Very Deep

One of the great things about learning Tai Chi is that although it is easy to start, the art has a depth that means your learning can progress and continue for as long as you want. With Tai Chi there are always deeper aspects to discover.

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Tai Chi for Self Defence

Self defence

It’s not the reason why most people learn, but for those that are interested in that aspect, Tai Chi has a range of effective methods for keeping you safe.

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Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Tai Chi can (and should) be practiced every day, but it’s very forgiving and if life gets in the way and you don’t practice for a day, a week, a month, or even longer.

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