stress relief, muscle strength, flexibility, balance, self defence, aerobic conditioning, bone density, endurance, healing, ease depression, focus, relaxation, sharpen mind
Everybody knows Tai Chi is good for you. And when Harvard Medical School, Reuters, and even the Wall Street Journal start talking about the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong, then isn’t it time to sit up and take notice? Or, better, stand up and get going!
But not everybody in our busy world has time to commit to regular classes. Now you can get those benefits yourself, get going right now, at home, work or play, and all you need is your smart-phone, ipod, mp3 player and earphones to start learning Tai Chi with a program of daily, or weekly practice – a few minutes, more if you have time, and you don’t have to go anywhere to get going.
Click below to see how…in just two-and-a-half minutes:
Start by watching the first video below: Tai Chi By Numbers Part 1: it will cost you less than four minutes, and no money!
Copy those first simple movements: you will see how easy they are…
In your own time, at your own pace, you progress through each video, adding another set of two or three movements, following the demo, hearing the explanation, building your confidence, feeling the benefits for less than half the cost of a single class!
You may be surprised how soon you are ready to put the moves together. In the “Learn Tai Chi Today Audio mp3 TAI CHI FORM”, Kris Deva North (that’s me in the videos below) talks you through the sequence, step by step.
Soon you could be one of those Tai Chi practitioners people watch in the park, wishing they too could learn the slow, graceful form, and win the benefits. Now they can, and so can you just get going, with a click here.

About Kris Deva North

Author, Meditation Coach, Teacher of the Taoist Arts.
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