Element: Tai Chi

September 25, 2017 - Comment

Tai Chi is well-known for bringing the mind, body, and spirit together to gain balance, prevent injury, and promote good health. Filmed on a tranquil location overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this program features two practices that offer personal one-on-one instruction and will allow you to experience the many layers of benefits this martial art has

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Tai Chi is well-known for bringing the mind, body, and spirit together to gain balance, prevent injury, and promote good health. Filmed on a tranquil location overlooking the Pacific Ocean, this program features two practices that offer personal one-on-one instruction and will allow you to experience the many layers of benefits this martial art has to offer. The first practice will revitalize and energize using the principles of Qi Gong. This Qi Gong series will focus on the breath and energy flow to prepare your mind and body for Tai Chi. In the second practice you will learn Tai Chi postures step-by-step, and then use these ancient flowing movements together in a moving meditation designed to increase the body’s natural energy. This powerful Tai Chi sequence will help clear your mind, reduce stress, enhance flexibility, and promote overall wellness.

About the Instructor Samuel Barnes, founder of Tai Chi Works studio in Beverly Hills, is a master teacher with over 20 years of Tai Chi Chuan teaching experience. Samuel’s instruction easily and gracefully infuses the principles of Tai Chi into students’ lifestyle allowing them to immediately experience the rejuvenating benefits of this peaceful art.

Product Features

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Comments

Robert D. Watson says:

A wealth of knowledge I practice TaeKwon Do and I got this DVD as a kind of complement to the courses I take, knowing that Tai Chi is much lower impact and meditative, yet it still has elements of balance and energy that might hopefully help me improve in my practice. It’s a lot like what I expected, very slow and careful movements that flow in time with your breathing, and I think it’s very peaceful and yet still decent exercise.I found this DVD to be an absolute wealth of information. The instructor…

Angela Birkhead-Flight says:

Revved up! Excellent video. I love this guy. He’s not someone with movie star looks or a flashy personality, but he is easy to follow and I feel great after doing the Tai Chi movements. Of course, it would be cool to get some really macho actor to step in and do a video like this, wouldn’t it? Or a comedian! Now that would be entertaining! But this is a good workout. Some reviewers complain that he’s not “authentic,” but seriously, I really don’t care. How I feel after the program is what…

JH says:

Very Good This was the first exposure I had to Tai Chi. Originally seen via Netflix. Liked it, but couldn’t keep it. It has closed captioning which I need. Plus the instructor, Samuel Barnes gives very good instructions (i.e. “90% of your weight is now on the right leg”). After I sent it back to Netflix, I bought a different Tai Chi DVD from the local video store, and it was terrible! No closed captioning, the woman was wearing huge, ugly blue print pajamas which were distracting, and the…

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