The Essence of Yin and Yang in Tai Chi
Tu-Ky Lam writes abouthow Yin and Yang pervades almost every aspect of TaiChi Chuan. He gives examples of how it manifests in correct practice.
Chen Style Tai Chi Ruler as a Power Training Tool
Wan Ming Qun of Nan Chang, Jianxi Province, China, writes about the use of Tai Chi Ruler as a means to develop internal strength and qin na skill.
The Spirit of Sophia Delza
Warren Haber of New York City, a student of the late Sophia Delza, writes about her remarkable recovery fr0om a fractured hip.
Cultivating Body, Mind and Energy
Flavio Daniele of Bologna, Italy, offers insights on how mind, energy and body work together in practice.
A Comparison of Sun and Chen Styles
Dr. Paul Lam of Sydney, Australia, writes about the similarities and differences inChen and Sun styles.
Coping with Disabilities in Tai Chi
Ross Chafetz and William Gallagher write about how some impairments affect students.
Douglas Woolidge of Canada translates an important selection from a book that details aspects of jin.
Relaxing and Expanding
William Ting discusses how relaxing and expanding work together to create more effective sung
Problems Learning from “Another Master”
David R. Newman writes about what happens when a student learns from another teacher.