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    Posted March 7, 2019
One of the most difficult aspects to learning Tai Chi whether you're a complete beginner or have been practicing for 40 years is keeping up your practice intelligently and diligently every single day. Self discipline, will power & patience is far easier to say than do but is a necessary requirement to keep us healthy. We have to put the work in to gain the rewards.

As Tai chi instructors we know self analysis and improvement to our own tai chi forms will improve our students. Just as important is creating a relaxing & fun environment where people can practice & learn. This will significantly improve the mental health and well being of both instructors and students and requires as much concentration, study and effort as teaching the physical exercise.

Inspiration to deal with these challenges comes from many sources. Our instructors, peers & fellow students is obvious. Workshops will certainly accelerate progress as well as studying literature and videos, all excellent resources.

And then there's Agnes from Kelowna...

VIDEO: 92-years-old and still teaching Tai Chi