Here are a couple tai chi student testimonials:
“I have always wanted to learn Tai Chi. I would see people doing it, and it looked so lyrical; poetic. I have been lucky to have (the Wellness Center instructors) teach me…. It is the one class I feel brings me inner peace and serenity. I cannot think about anything else while concentrating on the Tai Chi moves, which is good. It has been a great blessing to learn and I hope to continue to learn and improve with time.”
“When I practice Tai Chi at home, stiff joints loosen up and I feel grounded as my mind settles into the movements. It brings me to a state of calm alertness. Tai Chi is a mental workout as well as a physical one.”
No matter what athletic pursuit, hobby or skill we enjoy, there always comes a time when we wonder if we are practicing correctly, spending enough time honing our skills or even over-practicing. It’s our natural human instinct to desire improvement regardless of whether we compete with others, because we are still competing with ourselves.
To improve at anything requires diligence and dedication. We don’t necessarily have to become the absolute best at our chosen skill, but in order to satisfy our thirst for self-gratification we must put in a certain amount of time so that we continue to make small steps forward. And importantly that is exactly how we should practice; one small step at a time, focusing on a particular goal. Read more