The first set of alignment points are: (these links open new windows)
4. The shoulders are lined up over the kua, or inguinal crease.
Looking at the foot first, draw a line from the center of the heel to the second or third toe. If we do this on each foot, these would be two parallel lines. This is what we mean by the feet are parallel. In this model, we extend these lines using visualization which will let us calibrate the accuracy of how parallel these lines truly are. Using these longer lines, small mis-calibrations will be easier to notice. It’s important to mention that the feet are only about a foot to a foot and a half apart. Many people stand with their feet much wider when standing. We will not address that method in this post.
The second One Two Three Four of basic standing Zhan Zhuang alignment consists of the following four points:
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