Hi, Guys, Thank you for your comments! I have a big problem, my butt always comes out ( The head, body, butt should be straight) when I tried to turn my body, of course I can’t move the center of my body. I also know the waist brings butt to turn. I hope you could understand what I mean.
Here are good insights from Shifu.
Robert Devoluy • Don’t know if this wil help but it explains a lot of how to move easily. http://www.yiquan.org.uk/art-zz.html
Mark Vuong • Try dropping your hip joints intensionally. This will drop your hip and waist to align your structure properly.
Matthew Fletcher • I agree with Mark. It sounds like your hips are moving instead of just the waist. So practice separating the two. Stand with feet should width apart. Then turn your waist, when you feel your hips (or butt) move stop. Go only as far as you can without moving your hips. Also when you are walking allow the waist to turn, do not move the hips and waist as a single unit. Thanks Robert for the link. I found it very useful.
Matthew Fletcher • BTW: My problem is keeping my head aligned. I lead with my chin as they say.
Robert Devoluy • Let your entire body hang from your head which hangs straight from a string. Let gravity flatten your spine and drop your butt and hips, use the posturals
Bill Kent • Do not rotate the ankle, knee or the hip will get pushed outward, if the foot, ankle and knee stay aligned then the trochanter on the top the femur will remain in place and the rotation will be in the hip joint so the butt does not mone laterally
(from Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan Group in LinkedIn)