Exploring the Five Movement Centers

Allow me to share with you a Tai Chi principle so simple and clear that it is often overlooked, even by practitioners who have been doing Tai Chi for 10 years or more.

The Five Movement Centers is a template for understand HOW you move and applying it to any form you know or any repetitive movement you can perform, like going for a walk, is going to have a serious impact on how grounded, fluid, and connected you feel.

In this clip from the Tai Chi Way to Better Balance, Don Miller demonstrates each of the Movement Centers.

Watch how his shifting changes as he goes through all five. Do you recognize these patterns?

Try it out and let me know how it feels!

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