Tai Chi Chuan 24 Steps Beginners Lesson 1

DON’T POISON YOUR MIND & BODY with chemically altered drugs if you don’t have to! Tai Chi is used in China as a treatment for all types of ailments. Tai Chi is a step toward building a better life. This exercise has proven to treat and benefit the mind, spirit and body with lower & upper back pain, neck, leg and arm pain as well as some diseases. The Chinese have worked on perfecting this art for over a thousand years. It is believed that it is better to practice this art on a daily basis, to keep your mind and body in tune, than to take a mouthful of chemically altered medicine and poison your body with chemically manufactured pills. Watching the DVD and reading what is on the DVD will best describe what you should consider? The complete DVD is over one hour with 4 different parts. Part one outlines Tai Chi Chuans’ history. Part 2 is a warm-up. Part 3 has 8 chapters that are designed to explain and name the movements as well as the positions of hands and feet. Part 4 is uninterrupted while accompanied by music and is repeated once. If you would like to order a complete video with DVD quality for only (US) plus (US) S&H, US Postal Money Order or International Money Order, US dollar. No checks or charge cards. Please E-Mail avenirphoto@hotmail.com for ordering information. This DVD should help you walk better, move better and live better. Many people have reported immediate results while others have reported some discomfort while performing Tai Chi. Those who reported

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  • MThomasEsqI June 14, 2010, 3:17 am

    @gibberish126 – I hope you do find this and the other 10 parts of this instructional video informative and challenging. You are the 100th positive input on just this part of 11 parts of the “Tai Chi Chuan 24 Steps for Beginners” Videos I posted that are included within one (1) DVD. There is the Introduction, Warm-up, Lessons 1-8 and the complete steps with music. Look for these videos on YouTube to complete your lessons or contact me through the comments section for a DVD. Thanks M Thomas

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  • svataful June 14, 2010, 7:02 pm

    Thank you very much.Your lesson is very well for me.Thank you.

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  • MThomasEsqI June 15, 2010, 1:18 am

    @svataful – Keep up the lessons, you can only benefit from them. Thank you for viewing my video – M Thomas

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  • claven666 June 16, 2010, 4:35 pm

    Dude, you are excellent at explaining the movements in great detail. I love your teaching style.

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  • MThomasEsqI June 16, 2010, 8:47 pm

    @claven666 -I do appreciate your viewing of my instructional video. Please view the complete “Tai Chi Chuan 24 Steps for Beginners” which include another ten (10) parts of this DVD that are played on YouTube (Parts include: Intro., Warm-up, Lessons 1-8 and complete steps performed to music without interruption. Look for the red uniform on YouTube to help identify my video or order the complete DVD through the comments sections and practice Tai Chi on you TV at home in HD. Thank U – M Thomas

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  • biason11 June 17, 2010, 3:53 am

    Thank you so much, I need to learn this because I must teach my husband who has Pancreatic cancer and he is learning Chi Kung right now, I thought it would also be helpful if he can do Tai Chi.
    Thank you

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  • MThomasEsqI June 17, 2010, 4:31 am

    @biason11 -Thank you for the compliment. Are you asking if this and the other 10 parts of the “Tai Chi 24 Steps for Beginners” is for sale? Please reply through the comments section of this video. Thank you – M Thomas

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  • zZIMonsterIZz June 17, 2010, 8:38 am

    I’m sorry, but, what
    is the point of learn-
    ing this?

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  • MThomasEsqI June 17, 2010, 2:52 pm

    @zZIMonsterIZz – Tai Chi is used as an exercise for the mind and body to maintain balance between the two forces of “Ying-Yang”. Thus achieving a goal of harmony with the body and mind. Millions of people around the world practice “Tai Chi” and consider it an art. The Chinese also consider it a form of medicine. Does this answer your question? Please view the other 10 parts of this video to get a better understanding of this form of Martial Arts. Thank you – M Thomas

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  • tamroluluromtakankav June 23, 2010, 8:55 am

    hello, I’m from republic of Georgia.Three weeks ago I attended Tai chi chuan group, and this video lessons will help me.Thanks !!! Interesting and Beautiful indeed !!

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  • MThomasEsqI June 23, 2010, 7:52 pm

    @tamroluluromtakankav – This is good. Please tell anyone that attended the group about this video. Thank you – MThomas

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  • tamroluluromtakankav June 24, 2010, 5:31 am

    @MThomasEsqI yes I will tell them.

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  • STEPcoach June 26, 2010, 3:52 am

    we have no tai chi school or teachers in my area. thank you for your selfless gift of these lessons they will be a great blessing to me. I have type 2 diabetes, which I keep controlled with a vegan diet (per Dr. Neal Barnard’s program), and tai chi is advised for more control of my ailment. God bless you for your gift.

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  • MThomasEsqI June 26, 2010, 1:47 pm

    @STEPcoach – I hope you benefit form this program with your mind and body (diabetes). Thank you – M Thomas

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  • MThomasEsqI June 30, 2010, 2:14 am

    @OPHELIAwatercolorDRM – I am honored. Thank you – M Thomas

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  • MThomasEsqI June 30, 2010, 2:15 am

    @WiPeDPaWz – I hope you get what you want out of this. Thank you – M Thomas

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  • masterrance June 30, 2010, 8:44 pm

    Who else is doing this in their room lol. This is a great video. Thank you for sharing this.

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  • joroman007 July 4, 2010, 9:20 pm

    Thank you for sharing, this is quite helpful as I attend Saturday classes once a month for two hours and this helps me refresh my memory of the sequence (have a printed chart, but video for this is infinitely better!). Arigato

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  • MThomasEsqI July 5, 2010, 1:01 pm

    @joroman007 – Thanks for the info. I know that viewing the video from a DVD player is really clear and helpful, since you can play it over and over until you feel comfortable. Thank you for your purchase. M Thomas

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  • aileanjeune July 6, 2010, 2:54 pm

    Thank you! I’ve been searching for Tai Chi videos for a long time now… my parents don’t let me spend money on stuff, so its nice to at least get these beginner videos. Question, are the hand placements really really precise? Because I find watching my hands to be the most difficult part of the exercise.

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  • MThomasEsqI July 6, 2010, 3:41 pm

    @aileanjeune – The placement of the hands, feet and body is important for the balance of the body and mind! If you are interested only in the exercise than concentrate on the exercise. If you continue to watch the video the placement of the hands, feet and body will fall in place after you learn the basics. Thank you – M Thomas

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  • rustik13 July 7, 2010, 2:36 pm

    16 yers i trainig Chuan, and NinDjiTsu

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  • MThomasEsqI July 7, 2010, 9:09 pm

    @rustik13 – It is better to have knowledge of this type of training than to have none. Thank you for your comment – M Thomas

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  • rustik13 July 9, 2010, 5:46 am

    I agree with you. Just had to finish it because of that our teacher was as a result – the energy vampire. Many weak and started to get sick with different diseases. I then busied himself, and gained, and health and tranquility in life.
    Now I practice Aikido, Mr Stephen Benadetti my master:) – but Aikido has incorporated all the previous postural

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  • rustik13 July 9, 2010, 5:49 am

    I agree with you. Just had to finish it because of that our teacher was as a result – the energy vampire. Many weak and started to get sick with different diseases. I then busied himself, and gained, and health and tranquility in life.
    Now I practice Aikido, Mr Stephen Benadetti my master:) – but Aikido has incorporated all the previous postural

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