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Re: Self-practice

Subject: Re: Self-practice
by MrFranco on 2005/7/20 4:43:19

Quote:

Amaterasu wrote:
I've found that it's actually quite relaxing at the same time to do everything with a "tai chi-feeling" big and slow movements with some relaxing music in the background. I was wondering if someone else has found the same (or similiar) way of practicing the basics by themselves?


First off Welcome to the training! As far as practicing how you have described-I guess

My take is if you want to do Tai Chi-do Tai Chi. These are warrior arts and I like to train with this in mind. But in the end I guess-whatever floats your boat.

My 2 cents: Kamae - kamae - kamae in everything you do, practice big movements, become proficient in your ukemi. Gain/maintain flexability.

There's probably more but...
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