“Do not be afraid of being old; only be afraid when your spirit becomes old”, says a traditional Chinese maxim.
Mrs. Lau suffered a stroke, and as a party of her rehab she started to practice Chinese martial arts. Check out the video where she performs some feats of active and dynamic flexibility, such as “Front Split” (Yat Ji Teui) and “Heel Supporting the Heavens” (Chiu Tin Dang).
She also demonstrates a remarkable vision and hand to eye coordination inserting thread through the needle without using glasses.
“The best time to plant a tree is twenty years ago. The second best time is now.” So what is your excuse?
If you want to be both strong and flexible, make sure you check out our Flexible Steel Instructors Certification in Prague, Czech Republic, June 16!
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