A yin-yang perspective of solo and group tai chi practice


HotelGarden_SuzhouMany times, I’ve seen a lone person across the lake in a Shanghai park, standing beneath huge weeping willows, or eucalyptus trees, at the water’s edge repeating the same movements in a very rhythmic, synchronous manner. In this very tranquil setting in the middle of one of the largest cities in the world, I find solitude in solo practice. It’s the yin to the yang of group practice.


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