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Beginning Tai Chi with Arthur Rosenfeld, includes one-hour instructional session with the 30 year martial artist and philosopher who teaches the ancient art Tai Chi. The Chinese believe that one’s health and vitality is directly influenced by the flow of one’s internal energy. This flow of energy can be easily enhanced by combining smooth and circular body movements with mental relaxation and focus. Master Rosenfeld reveals the graceful movements and stances of tai chi in a series of simple exercises that focus the mind, develop proper body alignment, and improve overall strength, balance, and flexibility. This DVD is an excellent introduction to the fundamentals of the practice. The program includes: the traditional warm up, the gentle stretch, arm movements, leg movements, a tai chi sequence and more. Rosenfeld will demonstrate that Tai Chi movements are easy and will enable your mind and body to relax so that you can feel and enjoy the power of this exercise.
Because the instructor faced us I couldn't follow as well. We needed to watch him from the back.Published 2 months ago by catherine m wacksman
I am getting older and can't do a lot of exercises because of health problems. Someone mentioned Tai Chi as a source of gentle exercising. Read morePublished 11 months ago by S. L. Montag
Easy to read, small enough to carry for resource in free time.Published 12 months ago by Margie Aylsworth
It seemed dated, Tai Chi is Tai Chi I suppose. I think there is probably better DVD's out there, I will keep looking.Published 18 months ago by Jerri Alden
Too much time was spent talking about the warm-up, stretch, and arm movements. He could have moved through that much quicker so more time is spent teaching the Tai Chi Sequence. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Holly
The DVD goes slow enough my wife and I could learn the movements.
The experience better connects the mind to the body. Read more
I have enjoyed having this because it just seems to make me slow down and think about the reason I am doing this. PeacePublished 22 months ago by Gloria Pollock