Some Valuable Points About Good Taijiquan (Tai Chi) & Qigong

Here are some important points for Good Taijiquan (Tai Chi) and Qigong I have picked up during my studies. Apply them well and consistently and the level of your practice will rise considerably.

If they do not make sense to you now, you have some studying and some work to do.

  • Full back and empty chest
  • Pluck up the back and hang the chest
  • Head as if suspended (clasics) / back of the neck rubbing the collar (yang) / listen behind (chen)
  • Feet to weilu one chi (yang) / sit on the pelvis (verbal)
  • Rooted in the feet, managed by the yao, expressed through the fingers
  • The arm starts in the scapula (mine)
  • Sink the elbow, sink the shoulder, sink the tail bone (verbal)
  • Keep all joints open at all times (verbal)