Tai Chi Breathing Benefits: Super Health Comes With Tiny Breathing 24/7


The practice of Tai Chi boasts body-oxygen levels and breathing retraining provides improvements in your Tai Chi practice. Volker Schmitz is a Tai Chi teacher for over 15 years.

In this video, Dr. Artour Rakhimov and Volker Schmitz discuss this topic: How do Tai Chi and breathing retraining benefit each other? Tai Chi depends a lot on the ability to breath a relatively small amount of air during practice. In Tai Chi, relaxation is focused on and structural corrections. Proper body positions balance the nervous systems. It provides a high-quality posture and helps with musculature tensions. This leads to better (easier and slower) breathing.

Volker measures his body-oxygen levels or his control pause before and after practice. He noticed that his oxygen increases with only doing his Tai Chi practice and doing no breath holding practice at the same time. There are mutual benefits to breathing retraining and Tai Chi. From his breathing practice, Volke...