Doctors recommend it. Researchers recommend it. Teachers recommend it. Have you tried it? Benefits of this meditative movement include: improvement of Balance and prevention of falls Improvement of the immunity improvement of heart health improvement of quality of life stronger bones and reduction in fibromyalgia improvement of mind and outlook reduces frailty reduces pain improves mood […]
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This year, let’s make balance and focus an important part of everything we do. Take a break from rushing around, getting upset or frustrated, trying to do too much in an hour. Take time to breathe, feel, become aware of ourselves, our feelings, our potential. Let me inspire you with a wonderful VIDEO ON FOCUS […]
Tai Chi is a safe alternative exercise for patients who are at risk of CHD (CORONARY HEART DISEASE) or with existing CHD. Implementing Tai Chi exercise may improve serum lipids, blood pressure, and heart rate. There is lots to read, lots to know. But most important of all is to PRACTICE OF TAI CHI!!
Routine practice of Qi Gong (chi kung – the grandfather of tai chi) seemed to significantly improve pain in patients with fibromyalgia and lessened the impact of the disorder, a randomized trial showed. After 8 weeks of regular practice of this “meditative movement,” pain as measured on a 10-point scale decreased by 1.55 points, compared […]
Mulitmobidity means the presence of 2 or more chronic conditions. This study looked at the effect of Tai Chi on 4 chronic conditions. The participants who practiced Tai Chi had significant improvement in the 6-minute walking distance test (6MWD) and better knee extension strength in the four targeted chronic conditions: cancer, osteoarthritis, heart failure, […]
from MEDPAGE I case you don’t want to read the whole article, here is a summary. “To the best of our knowledge, this study is the first evidence of a possible reduction of cardiovascular risk through tai chi exercise by improving endothelial dysfunction and arterial stiffness in patients with RA (rheumatoid arthritis),” wrote the study […]
I am so happy when I get reports of new studies on Tai Chi. Every months there is more “proof” in the western sense of the word that Tai Chi really works. Of course, those of us who practice tai chi and qigong know that it works. But scientific studies make it even better! Remember […]
A Tai Chi break is not just about movement, breathing and visualization. It is also about silence. When I started working with students of all ages, I thought I might have to make Tai Chi more dynamic to get and keep their attention. But that wasn’t true at all. After the first 2 or 3 […]
For many years I have talked about what I consider to be one of the greatest benefit of Tai Chi in the children I work with. IT IS SELF-ESTEEM. I believe that if a child has the tools to find success in school projects and tests, in forming friendships and working with others toward a […]
Harvard University has participated in many studies on Tai Chi and has once again stated that: Tai Chi is on of the 5 best exercises you can ever do! It is not just for the elderly, or women or just men or adolescents or middle age. It is for everyone. Little Kids love Tai Chi Classes calm […]