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Our Teaching System, Tai Chi Mississauga – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

At our school, we teach the traditional tai chi forms with over 80 moves that take approximately 25 to 30 minutes to perform. To help students remember what might seem like an overwhelming number of movements, we have a strategic learning experience. People can enjoy learning in steps and progress at a manageable pace. 

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Tai Chi Push Hands – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

Push hands training and tai chi forms practice go hand in hand. Using this combination of practice allows us to progress at the most optimal pace in our learning. One type of tai chi practice is not better than the other type. In fact, forms based tai chi practice and push hands tai chi are the ideal complements in learning tai chi.

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The 3 Biggest Challenges to Advanced Tai Chi Skills – Part 3 of 3 – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

Soft movements which flow continuously is the third challenge, Find out what this means in this blog. Be patient with yourself.  It takes many years to become an accomplished tai chi practitioner.  In the meantime, enjoy the journey with a community of friendly and enthusiastic tai chi students here at Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga.

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The 3 Biggest Challenges to Advanced Tai Chi Skills – Part 2 of 3 – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

Tai Chi is performed slowly not because it is for old people.  It is a common misconception that many people hold.  Instead, performing movements slowly is a unique and powerful training technique that integrates our mind fully with our body. You will find that performing tai chi slowly is much more challenging than performing it quickly.

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The 3 Biggest Challenges to Advanced Tai Chi Skills – Part 1 of 3 – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

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