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Perfect introductory video for those new to t'ai c
PostedJanuary 8, 2010
I am a t'ai chi instructor and have been practicing and teaching for over 20 years. I teach/practice the style of t'ai chi that David does in this video.
This video is top notch. I've seen and worked with many in my time and David's has it all. Easy to follow, packed with important and vital information about t'ai chi itself and the movements. I can't recommend it more highly for someone investigating t'ai chi before they find a master to work with or for someone like me to hone and refine their practice or someone who lives in an area where experienced and high level teachers are not available.
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I am a beginning student of Tai Chi. We are practicing barefooted. I have very poor balance barefooted.

I am an older woman, a diabetic and also have osteoarthritis. I find balancing barefooted nearly impossible. What kind of shoes are you wearing in your DVD and where may I purchase them?
Thank you for your response!
Laurie
Tai chi is usually done with shoes on, a very flat bottomed smoothed sole like a tennis shoe, there are specific shoes made for tai chi.
I have always practiced and taught with either a tai chi shoe on or walking shoe like reebok/niki/new balance. I would ask the teacher if there is a specific reason why he/she is having you do it barefoot and then ask if you can wear a shoe.
4 years, 3 months ago
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