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Baby holding feet, curling toes and fingers

Brain, Toes, and Fingers: Clues About How They Connect

This article points to several conclusions on brain organization that help explain Tai Chi Chuan body mechanics and in fact, all athletic human movement.

We live with gravity and use the ground to support our movement. But our goals for martial arts and other sports take place in the air. For these reasons, toes and fingers, and their connection, are important to understand.

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11 Ways Tai Chi Can Benefit Your Health

Reduces stress Improves mood Better sleep Weight loss Improves cognition Improves balance Fibromyalgia COPD Parkinson’s Heart disease Arthritis Takeaway What is tai chi? Tai chi is a form of exercise that began as a Chinese tradition. It’s based in martial arts, and involves slow movements and deep breaths. Tai chi has many physical and emotional

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Slow motion of Tai Chi Chuan—William C. C. Chen

June 12, 2018 The awareness center of brain is located on the top of the back head in Chinese medical chart named “Baihui” (百會- the hundred gatherings, which is a place to receive information and processing.) and the western’s indication is an “Antenna”. Raising the alertness in the brain from spinal cord without muscle tension

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