I graduated from MIT in engineering and went to Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.
From Sifu's proper teaching, I start to understand the ""Chi"" movements, meditation and Tai Chi movements do follow the basic engineering and medical principals. Tai Chi is not so mysterious, it mostly can be analyzed by scientific principles.
Proper body alignment and Proper mind focus can certainly improve electrophysiologic circulation . My hypertension of over 20 years is now gone.
Sifu's teaching of the spinal movements can alleviate of a lot of body pain by stimulating the autonomic nervous system and in turn regulate the circadian rhythm.
I think Sifu is amazing, by learning his art, one can integrate the CNS and the ANS. Wow!!!
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I learned Kung Fu for many years in Hong Kong and later studied Tai Chi from Sifu Wong. Then, over the last 4 years I began to learn the deeper aspect of Tai Chi. I look at Tai Chi from a scientific point of view. I am an engineer as well as a M.D. from Mt. Sinai School of Medicine in New York City. I have been working as a clinical MD for many years now.
My right shoulder ( acromioclavicular joint) was hypertrophied due to overuse like many people. In 4 years, the hypertrophy has reduced 50%. My lower back and sacroiliac joints used to hurt everyday from old injury. I needed to use Advil everyday. 4 years later, I do not need any pain medicine. My back is 80 % better. There was one area of sharp pain in my lower back from a disc herniation is completely gone.
Medically it is not possible. I cannot explain the healing power of "chi" until I feel that in my body and learn how to direct it for healing.
Sifu's way of teaching Tai Chi helps me tremendously to understand the scientific basis of the movements. There is no way one can imitate the movements from YouTube or from someone doing Tai Chi in the Park and get the real benefits.
With patience and constant practice, Tai Chi became part of my life. It took me a year before I started to feel the "chi" even with constant practice.
Thank you Sifu for breaking down Tai Chi step by step.