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Sunset Tai Chi

Overview

This tai chi practice offers a series of exercises meant to rejuvenate and calm the body at the end of a long day. The workout can be done sitting or standing, and features restorative yoga poses, purifying movements, meditations, and tai chi stances and drills designed to increase flexibility and improve blood circulation. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Overview

This tai chi practice offers a series of exercises meant to rejuvenate and calm the body at the end of a long day. The workout can be done sitting or standing, and features restorative yoga poses, purifying movements, meditations, and tai chi stances and drills designed to increase flexibility and improve blood circulation. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Special Features

Multiple viewing options; 20, 40 or 60 minutes workouts; Sitting workout; Choice of music
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/27/2013
  • UPC: 822003002283
  • Original Release: 2007
  • Source: Ymaa Publication Inc
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 3:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 48,418

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ramel Rones Instructor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Sunset Tai Chi
2. Surfing the Breath [1:30]
3. Zen Mind [1:29]
4. Cleanse [1:30]
5. Meditative Shaking & Pulsing [1:29]
6. Sigh Sound [1:01]
7. Linger At End of Exhalation [1:00]
8. Linger At End of Inhalation [1:00]
9. Latissimus/Side Lung Breathing [1:29]
10. Trapezius/Upper Lung Breathing [1:30]
11. Seesaw Breath [1:30]
12. Upper Energy Center [:59]
13. Lower Energy Center [1:00]
14. Both Energy Centers - Baton [1:00]
15. Drain the Baton [:59]
16. Empty Moon/Full Moon - Buddhist [1:30]
17. Empty Moon/Full Moon - Taoist [1:30]
18. Three Forces [1:29]
19. Point to Heaven [2:51]
20. Bow Breathing [1:30]
21. Belt Energy Channel Breathing [1:30]
23. Spine Wave [1:30]
25. Small Circulation [1:30]
26. Taiji Ball - Grinding [2:00]
27. Taiji Ball Overhead [1:13]
28. Taiji Ball Figure Eight [1:30]
29. Spider Climbing [1:30]
30. Wall Push Ups [2:13]
31. Balancing Upper Body [3:42]
32. Seiza [1:31]
33. Sit Ups [1:12]
34. Sit and Reach [2:31]
35. Hamstring - One Leg Up [1:30]
37. Sunset Meditation [1:59]
1. Stances 1
2. Stances 2
3. Stances 3
4. Stances 4
6. Stances 5
7. Stances 6
8. Stances 7
1. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 1
3. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 2
4. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 3
5. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 4
6. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 5
7. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 6
8. Stationary Tai Chi Drills 7
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Sunset Tai Chi
   Play
   Contents
      Cool Down Exercises
      Sunset Tai Chi Form
         Stances
         Stationary Tai Chi Drills
         Moving Tai Chi Drills 1
      Workouts
         20 Minute Workout (with Singing Bowls)
         40 Minute Workout (with Bamboo Flute)
         60 Minute Workout (with Singing Bowls)
         20 Minute Sitting Workout (with Singing Bowls)
         40 Minute Sitting Workout (with Bamboo Flute)
         Complete Sitting Workout (with Singing Bowls)
      Resource Center
         About Ramel Rones
            Biographical Sketch
            Martial Resume
            Health Resume
            Letter from Dr. Yang
            Letter from Dr. Kaptchuk
            Miriam Nelson Testimonial
            Herb Benson Foreward
         Arthritis/Elders
            Improving Quality of Life for Elders
            The Higher the Bamboo Grows, the Lower it Bows
            Spirit Injuries
            Study of Health Benefit of Ancient Chinese Techniques
            Vanishing Flesh (Sarcopenia)
            To Avoid a Nursing Home, Avoid Falling
            Tai Chi and Rheumatoid Arthritis Study
         Tai Chi, Qigong, and Cancer
            Qi Vs. Cancer
            Stress and Immune Responses Study
            Eastern Exercise Meets Western Needs
            Cancer Patiens and Qigong Study
            The Brain-Body Interaction in Patients with Cancer
            Mind-Body Exercise for Breast Cancer
            Osher Cancer Study
            Fighting Cancer with Mind/Body Prescriptions
   DVD Extras
      About YMAA
         Ramel Rones
         YMAA Seminars
         International Schools
         Logo Design
         YMAA Publication Center
      Catalog
         Books
            Qigong
            Internal
            External
            Other
         Videos
            Qigong
            Internal
            External
            Chin Na
         Silks
         Browse Catalog
         Ordering Information
      Video Previews
      DVD Credits
      Play All
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