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MOBILE PHONE USE

Here the model is pulling her head down wrongly towards her mobile phone to talk, and slouching.

In this example the model has V maintained her balance throughout her body. She looks poised and relaxed.

Observe Yourself W hen the Telephone Rings

Do you snatch and grab it? Or do you try to give yourself some time before you pick up the receiver?

Next time the telephone rings, stop and go over your primary directions. Make sure that you bring the receiver up to your ear rather than suddenly leaning down towards it, thus compromising your position.

WORKING AT A COMPUTER

If you are working at a computer or portable computer use your eyes to look down towards it. Girls short layered haircut Avoid lurching at the neck as you will lose the correct alignment with your back.

Here the model badly collapses over her computer. She has lost the correct alignment between her hands, her wrists and her lower arms. Her shoulders are far too hunched.

Here the model is incorrectly holding in her wrist, arms and shoulders, causing unnecessary strain and discomfort. She will soon feel very uncomfortable, and have to adopt a new position.

T’ai chi ch’uan is an ancient form of slow, graceful and rhythmic exercise which originated in China, where it is still extremely popular, often being performed in public parks in the fresh morning air. It has its roots inTaoist philosophy. The movements of the t’ai chi form gently tone and strengthen the organs and muscles, improve circulation and posture, and relax both mind and body. Its name translates as supreme ultimate fist”, but this is not its true meaning. Strength within softness”, poetry in motion and moving harmony all come closer to expressing the spirit of t’ai chi.

T’ai chi has been variously described as a system of health, medicine, physical co-ordination, relaxation, self-defence and consciousness raising, as well as a means of exercise and selfdevelopment. It is all these things. The style shown here is the Yang-style short form, as developed by Professor Cheng Man-Ch’ing, which is the one most practised in the West.

Unlike the hard martial arts which rely on force and speed, t’ai chi is soft or “internal. Its emphasis lies in the yielding aspect of nature when overcoming the hard – like the waterfall which eventually wears away the rock beneath.

It teaches patience and relaxation, and fosters an understanding of the co-ordination of mind, body and spirit. It is the perfect antidote to the stresses and

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