I wake up early in the morning and step out to practice Tai Chi onto the porch.
The classics say that the best time to practice Tai Chi is early in the morning. I agree not only because the classics say so, but because I’ve tried it all.
The second-best time to practice Tai Chi is at midnight, but it is not as good a time to practice as it is at dawn.
Time and again, I keep coming back to the morning as it feels like the best time to enjoy my Tai Chi practice.
In this article, I will tell you why I think it is amazing to practice Tai Chi in the morning.
5 Reasons Why Morning is the Best Time for Tai Chi
The air at dawn is cleaner.
This is true especially if you stay in a polluted city, however, it’s dependent on location.
If you are an enthusiast of practicing outside, then you will find morning times to be the most suitable. The earlier the better.
A focused mind and relaxed body
This certainly makes sense unless if you are a mom with kids screaming at you – that relaxation will not happen.
You can get up sometimes earlier than the children to enjoy quality time practicing Tai Chi.
The most appropriate time to practice Tai Chi is thirty minutes after waking up – between five o’clock and seven o’clock in the morning.
It sets you up for the day with energy.
I can’t think of a better way to kick off your day.
When you finish practicing, you will feel the whole potential of your day ahead of you. By then, you will have the motivation and energy to embrace it fully.
In the morning, people are still sleeping.
They are not bustling. Cars are not driving, and the light incredible at dawn.
You will enjoy the relaxation more.
You can do more Tai Chi
Moreover, when you practice Tai Chi in the morning, it means that you are more likely to do it again in the afternoon or evening.
This option is not available when you practice in the evenings only.
This means that if you are looking at options to increase your Qigong dosage, practicing early in the morning is an effective way of doing it.
These 5 Reasons Are Why You Should Practice Tai Chi In The Morning
Practicing Tai Chi grows and develops with continuous, daily practice.
To some, practicing Tai Chi early in the morning will tend to be a challenging task.
However, you can begin by practicing Tai Chi in the morning for thirty days consecutively.
If you get it right, you will understand why I like practicing in the morning.
If after those days you are still not enjoying it, then you can claim bragging rights after all.
So, what do you say?
Will you consider practicing in the morning?
Or do you practice in the morning already?