Push Hands Principle

by webmaster on 2008/03/03

Taiji Push Hands is always about the state of mind, body, structure, angle, space, timing, etc. It is not an emphasis on responding to the opponent. It is always about adjusting my structure, to sustain my center and stability of the structure. It involves rotating joints, to reorganize my inner body relationships, creating appropriate angles, to occupy the optimal space for my center balance to be sustained, while my opponent’s space and center is taken away.

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