Active relaxation & mental training
About the Origins & development of Taichi
SOFT TRAINING FROM CHINA
Martial arts as the original form
Taichi has also become known as a martial art. It belongs to the so-called "inner styles", the principle of which is to neutralize physical strength through conscious softness and subtle techniques. However, it is not necessary to learn it as a martial art in order to benefit from it. But those who are interested can also learn this aspect from us.
From martial arts to health exercise
From the outside to the inside, said old Taichi masters of China. By this they meant the path from the external forms of movement, which are becoming smaller and less inconspicuous, to the internal values of flexibility, softness, calm, sensitivity.
Numerous medical examinations, especially in China and the USA (Harvard), have shown the health-promoting aspects of Taichi. Taichi is an ancient Chinese art of movement that has today found millions of followers around the world as a relaxation and concentration exercise.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Between calm and concentration
Taichi counteracts the stress of everyday life without sporting effort and refreshes oneself. It keeps the body supple.
The movements are slow and fluid. You learn to be relaxed and yet full of concentration. It is therefore also referred to as moving meditation. It can be practiced at any age.
Especially when learning partner exercises it becomes clear that it not only promotes physical abilities, but that it is a training for the totality of body and mind. This aspect of Taichi is promoted in the Wushu Taichi Academy because it is extremely applicable in many areas of everyday life.
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