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Learn Tai Chi Step-by-Step with Master Yang.
• Front and rear view to follow along easily.
• A 1-on-1 class with a real Master.
• Bestselling Tai Chi DVD with amazing detail
Tai Chi is a kind of moving meditation with ancient roots in Chinese martial arts. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming teaches you the traditional Yang-style form step-by-step, while explaining each movement.
Yang Tai Chi is the most popular style in the world, practiced by millions of people every day. By practicing Tai Chi, you relax the mind and body deeply, and your body's natural restorative abilities are most efficient. Regular practice can benefit your strength, flexibility, bone-density, and muscle mass. The low-impact exercise has been shown to improve symptoms of depression and insomnia, and promote the healing of chronic conditions.
Tai Chi is an excellent way to relieve stress, lower your blood pressure, and develop a positive attitude toward life. Tai Chi will increase your circulation of blood, nutrients, and energy throughout the body, resulting in improved vitality and longevity.
Master Yang instructs the complete Tai Chi form from the front, and shows each movement one-by-one from multiple angles. There is also a rear view of the form that you can simply follow-along with once you're familiar with the movements. Tai Chi will develop your mind's alertness, awareness, and concentration.
Dr. Yang's tai chi lineage is traced to the Yang family through Grandmaster Kao, Tao and his teacher Yue, Huanzhi, an indoor disciple of Yang, Chengfu. The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi says: "regular practice leads to more vigor and flexibility, better balance and mobility, and a sense of well-being. Cutting-edge research from Harvard also supports the long-standing claims that Tai Chi also has a beneficial impact on the health of the heart, bones, nerves and muscles, immune system, and the mind."
I mean really, would you ever expect anything less!
Yang Tai Chi for Beginners was a very good video, in it Dr. Yang explained what each movement was for and how to do it as well as sharing about the overall form.
This is an excellent Yang Tai Chi video and is a great value for this level of instruction.
This DVD is actually difficult to follow. It has a lot of stops and starts, and as soon as I feel like I'm getting something down, he stops to talk about something for several... Read morePublished 7 days ago by hcash17
This is an excellent DVD for those just starting out in their Tai Chi training. Very clear and easy to understand instruction and demonstration.Published 8 days ago by derwinnc
Is to follow video, explanation of movements and how they come into play in other movement art formsPublished 15 days ago by PHIL GONZALES
Best method I've seen, I love that Master Yang teaches the whys, wherefores, and martial reasons for positions.Published 17 days ago by pressureangle
Love it. It's very slow, but very informative; explains breath to use, hand positions (and why), foot positions (and why), upper body positions (and why) head positions (yes, and... Read morePublished 18 days ago by BJ Dennis
I borrowed this from the library first, I loved it so much that I wanted my own copy. It is a great beginners Tai Chi DVD, over 5 hours of instruction. Very pleased.Published 1 month ago by LynnTresse
This DVD could have been shorter, but I sincerely think that Dr. Yang is a truly, deeply giving person, and perhaps
in this path, being in a hurry is just not part of the... Read more
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|Is the digital copy the full five hours or?||
The digital streaming version is 1 hour and 52 minutes, and sells for $9.99. It includes Part 1 of the form, plus demos of the complete form. The DVD is 5 hours and sells for $29.95, usually marked down 15 -20%. The DVD includes Parts 1, 2, and 3 of the form. Thanks, YMAA
May 1, 2014 by QiGongFu | See all 2 posts