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Tai Chi Basics and Grasp Bird’s Tail

Beginner II
(23 Reviews)
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Learn the basic skills of Tai Chi Chuan to mobilize Qi. Improve circulation, hip mobility, and relaxation. In this class, we’ll introduce the Tai Chi flow of Grasp Bird’s Tail.

This can either be done as a stand-alone class or as Day 2 of An Introduction To Tai-Chi series.

Key Pose(s) include: 

  • Grasp Bird’s Tail

Equipment

  • None

Focus

  • Balance
  • Flexibility
  • Legs and Feet
  • Morning
  • Spine
  • Strength
  • Stress/Anxiety
  • Whole Body

Style

  • Tai Chi
perfecta25
July 2, 2024
Comment:

complicated but good - the initial instruction I thought was overly complicated, will have to do this one again to reevaluate. thank you!

Redid the class and it was good, I will keep coming back to it b/c it relaxes my hips so much, I can move without stiffness and pain.

Mim
July 1, 2024
Comment:

This class has increased my energy, loosened joints and I'm feeling focused. I'm a bit clunky with it and that's ok! Thank you Gabriel for your instructions that allowed me to get a nice flow on towards the end.

Vict2Sea
June 29, 2024
Comment:

Excellent instruction! Thank you for this wonderful practice. I hope to see more at DYWM.

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