Kung Fu "Gōngfu" (功夫) "Skill achieved through hard work"
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Tai Chi practitioners actively relax their nerves, which allows for greater muscular relaxation. Your nervous system becomes stronger and runs more smoothly, making it easier to generate speed and power both within and outside of your Tai Chi form.
Tai Chi promotes emotional relaxation. Negative emotions and energies can get trapped within the body. Relaxation of physical tension allows for the release of emotional tension as well.
Tai Chi promotes mental relaxation. Tai Chi is about being in the flow of the movement. When practising Tai Chi, the focus is on the present move, rather than the upcoming moves of the future, or the completed moves of the past.
This gives your mind space to focus on the task at hand, in the present moment. The mind is able to calm down and to see things more clearly.
When the mind is agitated—i.e. when there is stress—the mind will have many jangled, confusing, and conflicting thoughts. Doing Tai Chi in a slow and grounded way causes energy to drop from the brain to the rest of the body. At the same time, the profusion of conflicting thoughts will also fall away.
Many are able to think more clearly and calmly after doing some Tai Chi, an effect which can extend beyond the actual practice session.
Evidence of Tai Chi’s ability to reduce stress. A number of medical studies have investigated and confirmed that Tai Chi can improve practitioners’ emotional well being and their ability to control stress. This is bolstered by research showing that Tai Chi practitioners even report fewer and less intense tension headaches.