How Tai Chi Works in Workplaces
How Tai Chi Works in Workplaces
Tai Chi is a kind of exercise that is not only relieving but soothing to both mind and body, and somehow, as well as the soul. The best part about Tai Chi is that it can be by anyone including the young, the not so young, and the old. Children are not really addicted to this, of course. Because some of the moves might seem a little off and inappropriate for their likes.
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Tai Chi has many benefits like relieving stress from tight muscles and promoting physical and mental well-being. If you’re looking for ways to make Tai Chi a part of your working day, follow our video to see some simple movements, including: Pull the Bow to Shoot the Arrow, which loosens the body and releases tension; Walking to the Water Cooler, which involves the body and mind in an holistic way; and Building the Bridge, where you control your breathing to alleviate stress.
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Tai Chi - What is it, why is it good for me, and how does it work ?
Tai Chi & Qigong are increasingly shown by medical research to boost the immune system, reduce anxiety and depression, lower high blood pressure, burn calories, improve balance and coordination, and provide therapy for diabetics, arthritis and heart disease sufferers, etc. etc.
BUT, if you don't know how Tai Chi works, and what it's all about, you won't get as much out of it. This short video explanation of what Tai Chi is, why its good for you, and how it works, will enrich any tai chi practice or classes you take.
Presenter / Producer: Bill Douglas
What is Tai Chi & How Can it Help Me? #2: The Traditional Perspective
To understand what Tai Chi is, and how it helps with health and stress, we need to step into a holistic worldview where mind and body are viewed as one, and the goal is harmony and balance. As gathered over years of training in China's Wudang Mountains, this is how Tai Chi works from the traditional Chinese standpoint. To answer this question from a Western perspective, please see the first video in the series.
If you are a stressed out citizen of the world looking for a way to lighten the load, contact your local Tai Chi teacher. And if you are based in London and looking for classes in the community or your workplace, feel free to get in touch with me via wudang-pai.co.uk.
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Tai Chi Nutter at work
So, there we were, quietly going about our business when one of the girls notices this nutter doing Tai Chi in our car park. As soon as he'd finished, he was off and nobody saw where he went. He just vanished!!
Well, that's one way to brighten up your Monday afternoon!
The Unbendable Arm - the CORE of Tai Chi and an Effortless Approach to Life
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Learn how to do Tai Chi's Unbendable Arm, and in doing so how to take a Tai Chi or Qigong practice to a much deeper level. But more than that, how to fundamentally change your approach to life in ways that can profoundly expand your pleasure in life, your productivity, and your well-being.
This technique offers a whole new way of approaching your life.
The Unbendable Arm is demonstrated by the Founder of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day; author of: The Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi & Qigong, and of The Tao of Tai Chi: The Making of a New Science, the 2009 Inductee to the Internal Arts Hall of Fame; and the presenter in the acclaimed DVD instructional: Anthology of Tai Chi & Qigong: The Prescription for the Future, and the CD Anthology of Qigong: Mind Expansion and Relaxation Therapy.
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Tai Chi, The Pyramid View of the Body, and grounding
One of the goals of most kung fu styles is to make a person more grounded. There is a lot of confusion as to waht grounding is, or how it works.
This video uses the Pyramid View of the Human Body to present a couple of ways to visualize the concept of grounding
Workout & Fitness Tips to Keep you Active at your Work Place
This is a video which tells us how we can stay active at work. The video goes on to give us tips on how we can stay active at our workplace. These steps include walking while you talk on the phone; don't choose the closest parking lot- this can be coupled by keeping your lunchbox in the car; don't call or email your colleague; use the pomodoro technique which is a time management tool that sets a 25 minute timer for tasks; don't overload your desk with everything you need as it will prevent you from leaving your desk; stand up while in your cubicle- standing up for just 5 min helps to burn 15 calories.
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Arthur Rosenfeld Explains Why Tai Chi Is The Perfect Exercise
In Tai Chi—The Perfect Exercise: Finding Health, Happiness, Balance, and Strength, tai chi master and Taoist monk Arthur Rosenfeld presents the fundamentals of this martial art, explains how tai chi builds optimal health, and shows how this ancient practice is still relevant and useful in our modern lives. The first Westerner to receive monk's robes at China's Chun Yang Temple, Rosenfeld is one of the foremost experts on tai chi outside of Asia. He explains how Taoist philosophy, Chinese martial arts, and traditional Chinese medicine form the three pillars of tai chi, an ancient art that calms minds, tones muscles, and heals bodies through controlled, strength-building movements paired with guided meditation.
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Nicholas works at Clarity Soap, a toiletries company where 80% of the workforce are people with disabilities or serious health conditions. Nicholas discusses how much he looks forward to going to work, and seeing the friends he has made there.
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I like to talk to people. What I like about Gina, she's careful and she's beautiful, yeah, beautiful.
He's always got a smile on his face. He's always got a smile, he's always happy!
Yeah, yeah I am a happy man. I don't like to get bored, because I don't like to sit down and get bored, I like to go there and just do my job. Like, I don't like to be late, I like to go there on time.
I've worked for Clarity for three years. What I like working, about Clarity, is I like to do the bottles, do the big bottles. I like to close the caps. I like it when I put it in the box, yeah, put the bottles in the box.
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Yeah, yeah I like it. I've made a lot of friends because they keep me happy. I like to go to work and come back again.
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This video is the first in a series of videos meant to help Tai Chi beginners work on their balance control, focus, and connection to the ground/rooting. In this video I cover a simple breathing exercise to help relax and align the body and to build a mental image of your root. It is recommended that you practice this simple exercise before each of your Taiji training sessions to help develop mindfulness and to bring your mind into a state of awareness of your root and body structure as you practice Tai Chi.
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Is personal Independence Payment for you, or someone you know. Updated May 2019.
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Is Personal Independence Payment for you (or someone you know)? is the first in a series of five videos that provide information about Personal Independence Payment – helpful for both people who want to claim, or are already claiming.
This video provides a brief overview of PIP, what it’s for and who it’s aimed at.
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Is Personal Independence Payment for you (or someone you know?)
Personal Independence Payment, known as PIP, is for people with a long-term health condition or disability which means that they have difficulties with daily living activities or getting around.
They may have these difficulties because of a physical or a mental health condition.
It’s to help with some of the extra costs that disabled people may face day-to-day, to help them lead full, active and independent lives.
You can claim if you’re aged 16 or over and are under State Pension age.
It won’t affect other benefits you already get - and you might get more.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in or out of work or if you have savings.
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If you are terminally ill, there are special processes for people to claim PIP straightaway. If this applies to you please see the information on GOV.UK
If your health condition or disability means you have had difficulties with daily living or getting around for at least three months and this is expected to continue for at least a further 9 months, you can claim PIP.
If you’re unsure whether to apply because your needs change regularly you should claim anyway - these changes, will be fully considered during your claim.
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• communicating with others
• mixing with other people
• washing and bathing
• getting out and about
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Skilled workers can choose Japan for work opportunities
Japan is renowned for its largest economies in the world. With a technologically highly developed design and a well streamlined manufacturing design. Foreign Workers who have relevant experience and equal qualification will always find a desirable job. You might be a teacher or a specialist from one of the best technologies or holding any business role international, Japan gives you that one significant opportunity.
Where can you find opportunities?
Major industries related to robotics, electronics, automobiles, food processors, chemical manufacturing, steel, ship and heavy machinery.
The other category is called the shortage occupations. Such as professor into a university, artist, investing banker, business development manager, medical services, any stream of research, a specialist in humanities, and an entertainer.
Most of the major employers in Japan look for the skilled Overseas Workforce which is in high demand relatively.
Working Culture in Japan:
Most of the people prefer being occupied with work, apart from the regular 5 days a week schedule
Average working hours is 40 hours a week.
Income tax depends upon salary earned and the years spent in that country.
The fact of the matter is Japan’s Job availability hits a record high figure compared to the last 24 years. This means there are 134 positions for instance and the number of job seekers is 100. The employment opportunities are significantly increasing with an improvement for the better. The key to this enhancement in the labor market is the improving condition with a brighter scope in the days to come.
Considering the fact, the demand for skilled foreigners is in great demand these days. Sectors are adding more number of jobs each year. Which include health, wholesale, welfare, retail, insurance, last but least finance.
Japan’s key vision to take proper well-planned measure to enhance economic policy and a huge demand for employment on a longer perspective. Japan is putting together all the needed effort to generate 700,000 jobs which would on a longer create a $ 450 billion in the global market.
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A well-written Curriculum vitae
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Letter of appointment from the employer.
Registration certificate of the employer
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A valid passport and two latest colored photographs.
Japan has offered a welcome gesture to scores of foreigners who have made it so far to make a bright new start. Acquiring a Job in Japan has one need for an individual’s personal investment to learn a minimum level of the language Japanese which will expand your prospects for the better.
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To live and work in Japan you will need to apply for a work visa. Work visas are issued for specific fields. If you work as a journalist, for example, you will be issued a journalist visa.
In all, there are 14 types of work visas. To apply, you will want a Certificate of Eligibility from the company or organization that is sponsoring your move to Japan. While it is technically possible to obtain a work visa with alternative documentation (documents supporting your stated reason for living in Japan, proof of financial means of support), for the sake of convenience and your sanity you should make every effort to obtain the Certificate of Eligibility.
Your employer must submit additional forms to the Immigration Bureau, including a registration form (tokibo tohan), profit-loss report (son-ekai keisansho) and general company information. You will have to provide your CV, degree, and employment contract as part of the application process. Work visas may be issued for lengths from two months to several years.
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