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Tai Chi has been called "medication in motion" by Harvard Health Publication for the health benefits it offers.
Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta studies, also pointed to the benefits of T'ai Chi to relieve stress, improve balance and coordination among the elderly.
The University of Miami School of Medicine studies indicated improved behavior for adolescents with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder.
Tai Chi and Qigong are used as a behavior modifier for addicts all over the world. Numerous other studies relating to insomnia, smoking cessation, immune system and general health have been reviewed by the National Institute of Health.
Here's a peek of empowering information you'll get at your Tai Chi sessions!
Secret to let go of stress immediately
One reason older adults fall and how to correct it
Reduce or eliminate pain from arthritis
Increase bone density
Reduce or even eliminate incontinence
Classes are held sitting, standing, or lying down.
Brief Tai Chi history
The practice of Tai Chi began over 3000 years ago (1100-1221 BC). The Chinese founders of Yang, Sun, Wu, and Chen styles, among many others, created forms as sets of slow dance moves in a number sequence of 8, 12, 24, 36, 108 and so on. The purpose of Tai Chi Chuan was to improve strength, vitality, and speed during martial arts combats which trickled down from one generation to another.
T'ai Chi is a traditional Chinese exercises that involve sequential mindful relaxed movements to benefit many health issues for people of all ages.
Starting the practice of Tai Chi Qigong while in good health is a very beneficial exercise because it's known to be equivalent to moderate aerobics exercise due to movements of the bones, toning the muscles and slowing the aging process.