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Loretta M Wollering

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Member since: Mar 02, 2012

20+ years teaching traditional tai chi chuan to a wide variety of people ranging from those conquering disabilities to those who are athletic. Former nationally certified massage therapist with extensive understanding of human anatomy and physiology. Doesn't do tai chi on the side like most tai chi teachers - instead, does it full time, so she can give everything she's got to help you get what you want out of tai chi. From the traditional tai chi lineage of Jou Tsung Hwa. Director of the Tai Chi Gala in the USA.

MS, Applied Psychology, USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame, recipient of award from President's Council on Sports and Physical Fitness (Washington, DC).

Educated in Taoist philosophy and practice.

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You probably practice your tai chi, yoga, qigong or meditation in the same place or two, and mostly the same way. While that's good for building a habit of constancy, or "yin within the yang," your

Health & Fitness> Mind Body Spirit l 2 years ago

Tai chi clothes and tai chi shoes are some of the most comfortable things to wear. But if you have back pain, knee pain, ankle or foot problems, you may need to accessorize your shoes. Even if you

Health & Fitness> Mind Body Spirit l 2 years ago

Tai chi chuan (taijiquan) is comprised of basic footwork with a myriad of possible hand and arm positions. The rooster stance of taiji is underutilized and it's oft misunderstood. While it is

Recreation & Sports> Martial Arts l 2 years ago

No one knows for sure the exact origins of tai chi. It had many precursors throughout Chinese history. These meditative sets of exercises combined breathing and "qi-"development movements with

Health & Fitness> Healing Arts l 2 years ago

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