Tai Chi for Energy - Free 1st Lesson from Dr Lam

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Relax, refresh and revitalize in 8 virtual lessons
TAI CHI FOR ENERGY - Intro and Lesson One
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GIVE IT A TRY!
Why not start with this first free lesson and see how easy it is to learn from Dr Lam's virtual lesson format. He will guide you, step-by-step, through each movement of the Tai Chi for Energy set as though you are in his class. You will learn from different angles — with close ups, repetitions and diagrams.

Throughout the lessons, Dr Lam will explain the tai chi principles and how to use them to improve your tai chi.

At the end of the DVD, Dr Lam demonstrates the entire set with both front- and back-on views.

A REVITALIZING PROGRAM
This program is comprised of two different tai chi styles, Chen and Sun. Chen is vigorous and complex, integrating fast and slow movements with powerful spiral force. Sun has agile steps, incorporating powerful qigong movements for healing. These two contrasting styles have complementary internal energy. By combining the two styles, Dr Lam has created a unique synergy that gives you more energy than the sum of two styles. With regular practice and in a relatively short period of time, this program will improve your health and wellness, internal energy, and ability to manage stress.

DR PAUL LAM
an Australian family physician and tai chi expert, is a world leader in the field of tai chi for health. He has a deep understanding of tai chi principles and 40 years' teaching experience. He has authored several tai chi books and produced numerous best-selling instructional tai chi DVDs. Over five million people worldwide practice his Tai Chi for Health programs.

TAI CHI FOR ENERGY
1. Commencing form
2. Golden guard stamping ground -- right
3. Open and close
4. Single whip -- left
5. Wave hands -- left
6. Open and close.
7. Punch with Covered Fist -- right
8. Open and close
9. Punch with Covered Fist -- left
10. Open and close
11. Single whip -- right
12. Wave hands -- right
13. Open and close
14. Golden guard stamping ground -- left
15. Open and close
16. Closing form
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Tai Chi Beginner

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