Fit4Zip fitness center suggests these top 3 ways to improve your Yoga and Tai Chi. Fit4Zip is Austin's best source for mind-body fitness where you'll find easy to learn and do visualizations for active moving meditation.
01 -- Use Your Mind To Stretch Your Body
Put your mind into the act of stretching your joints open. Yoga and Tai Chi both heal the body by relaxing and opening the joints. You can do it using your physical but you'll get better results if you include your mind.
Pulling, pushing, twisting and rubbing your muscles and connective tissue is the mainstream way of stretching because it creates heat to increase blood circulation in the area. Physical manipulation, however, is limited unless you include visualization.
You get better results if you use your mind to vibrate the joint from its center point outward. The best results happen when you put in a little physical work too. Your hands, however, are replaced with the brain sending signals to the joint to get the muscles and connective tissue in and around the joint vibrating.
Fit4Zip™ teaches numerous visualizations that help stretch out your joints without the risk of injury.
02 -- Sit Or Stand In Quiet Meditation Only A Few Minutes A Day
Too often beginner students of Yoga and Tai Chi spend too much time in quiet meditation. The longer you're in quiet meditation the more chance your energy will become stagnant. Stuck energy retards your Yoga and Tai Chi progress.
Energy flows better with heat. A novice that spends too much time in quiet meditation could slip into cold water freezing the brain into a sleep. Relaxing and opening requires warmth. Most beginners in Yoga and Tai Chi, like newborn infants, require lots of warmth.
Active moving meditation is part of Fit4Zip's Perfect Tai Ch™i system. It keeps your prana/chi warm for your most reliable way to grow in both Yoga and Tai Chi. You'll learn shaking bouncing Yoga that the gurus Osho, Ratu Bagus, and IIchi Lee made popular.
03 -- Do More Of Your Practice Alone
Going to group classes is an easy affordable way to learn the abc's of Yoga and Tai Chi. It's also a great social activity but most of your practice should be alone. Yoga and Tai Chi both have deep mysteries which usually aren't revealed without consistent uninterrupted private study. The world's greatest artists usually create in solitude. Yoga and Tai Chi practitioners are likewise artists of self-discovery. Unless you practice in a safe private personal space, you're limiting your growth in the art.
You won't be asked to attend a Fit4Zip group class daily, 3 times a week or even twice a week. Fit4Zip knows that the more often you attend a group class the slower will be your progress in personal growth and understanding the art of Yoga and Tai Chi. Fit4Zip trainers want you to become all you can be and that usually means practicing alone.