The Benefits of The Silver Freestyle Tai Chi Flow Course
This collection of videos is an expansion of the popular video series on Youtube. These are short Tai Chi flow videos between 5-18 minutes each. These easy playful movements are practiced with loops and repetitions to get you into a mindful flow.
Freestyle Tai Chi flow is also a mindful movement meditation which declutters the mind through the repetition of graceful movements.
When you practice Freestyle Tai Chi Flow, you will be astonished how easy it is to adapt your body to these postures. Freestyle Tai Chi flow can meet the needs of people with a variety of mobility issues. There is no pressure to do them perfectly.
This is an opportunity to get the body moving in the ways of Tai Chi without the discipline of the more traditional styles of Tai Chi.
This is a great way to prepare the body for learning the more traditional Tai Chi.
Start building flexibility, balance, coordination and strength by building muscle memory through repetition. Get into a habit of moving the whole body gently and with purpose. Clear the clutter of the mind and support your immune system through one of the oldest exercise regimes in the world.
Enjoy imagery that stimulates the senses and inspires the soul to movement.
Tai Chi Made Easy
These are movements that come from Traditional Tai Chi put together to flow and bring a feeling of peace and calmness.
Choose from a wide variety of videos and lengths from 5 minutes to 20 minutes with a new videos added regularly.
Course Video Modules
Rooster on the Roof
Work on your balance practicing the Rooster standing on one leg
Brush Knee and Push
a classic Tai Chi application found in most Tai Chi styles
Its time to get low with the single whip, snake creeps down and the dragon
The Daoist opening
Learn the beginning movements to the Tai Chi 28 movement form
The Crane Spreads its Wings
Another bird where you practice standing on one leg
Waving Hands Like Clouds
Tai Chi walking forward waving hands like clouds (3 different length variations)
2 Dragon Flies
Another variation of the 2 dragon flies touch the water with different length videos
DDR Kick Series
Work on your balance and strength in your legs with DDRs famous kick series
Moving Storm Clouds
Another variation to the strom clouds series (long and short variations)
Learn to transition smoothly from one side to the other with the cat walk
Around the World
Part the horses mane, bring the moon around the world and flip the pancake
My Lady Carries her Umbrella
Learn to transition using the double spiral while my fair lady carries her umbrella
Brush Knee and Push
This time learn to transition using up over the rainbow and the catwalk
Hands like Clouds
Learn to transition using hands like clouds with the cat walk
Qigong - Flow Brocades
Hold up the heavens, separate heaven and earth and Shoot the bow to shoot the hawk
Qigong - Flow Brocades
The hawk glances backwards, shake the head shake the tail, & fierce eyes punching
Daoist Qigong Module 01
Soft movement that originate in Wudang China to get your Qi circulating
Daoist Qigong Module 02
The Crane stands on one foot and learns to keep balance.
The swimming fish is added onto a push and pull series
Move the Moon around the world, and follow the big tractor wheel while opening the hips
The Maiden Displays her Robes
Learning to move hands in a circle together imagining a maiden displaying her robes
Open the Window Look at the Moon
Taken from the Wudang Long form 108 you will find that the rooster also looks at the moon!
Willow Branches Touch the Water
A nice swaying movement imitating branches hanging over the water
New videos added all the time
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Laura (Jan 2019)
Right now I work more on your videos about Tai Chi Traditional Basics and also the workshops 1 and 2, because I feel I am able to understand and integrate the movements through them, but sometimes I also look for one of your tai chi Flow modules to enjoy movements in a more relaxed and very pleasant way.
Thank you and see you,
Healther (March 2020)
I wanted to be sure you know that regardless of that, your work is appreciated and makes a difference daily in the lives of others. As a stroke patient learning to reconnect with her body over the past few years, I can say unequivocally that your work has improved the quality of my life. My physicians and physical therapists agree. I know that I am not the only one who has benefited. And so for that...thank you. Some people will progress much further beyond these introduction videos, others are lucky to even move at all. So again, thank you for your good work and best wishes.
Brian (Dec 2020)
I am progressing through the modules and i am enjoying them. The modules have already helped with flexibility, weight control and overall well being.
I look forward to continuing my Tai Chi journey.
Michael (Sept 2020)
Here in Vermont, we follow the videos everyday and love it. My wife and I are about 70 and this is something I have wanted to do all my life - finally! My mother was born in Hong Kong, so I grew up hearing stories of China, and it left me with an ingrained love and respect for the culture. We love your work and feel we have found the perfect teacher.