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Posture when you're moving around

Posted by Fiona Anderson. on Monday, September 30, 2013,
It's easy enough to get into investigating and improving your posture while you're static, but moving around is when it becomes critical. To address this, your instructor will show you "tai chi walking". This looks totally strange, but it really sorts out your posture, your balance, your awareness of where your weight is, your awareness of how you move and how to improve how  you move.

You absolutely need an instructor for this. Most people are very unaware of how they move and how they walk -...
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Posture corrections

Posted by Fiona Anderson. on Friday, September 27, 2013,
With tai chi, you should start learning posture corrections from day one. Posture is so important, not just to look good, but because it affects all  your internal organs and your spinal health.

I see so many people walking around with terrible posture -
         shoulder slumped to one side, while the other is too high
         top half of body bent forward
         neck bent down, so the person is looking down
         butt stuck out
         high heels

All of these will cause problems sooner or l...
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