Tai chi invigorates seniors Friday, Jan 25 2013, 5:45 pm By Susan Meeker/Tri-County Newspapers
Seniors citizens in Willows are meditating in motion.
Ever since taking up tai chi one year ago, Barbara Kistner, 86, has not only improved . . . → Read More: Tai chi invigorates seniors
Tai Chi can help senior citizens prevent dangerous falls Paul Arnett has members of the audience join him in Tai Chi exercises at the recent Preventing Falls program at the Brunswick Senior Center at Southport.
By Jan Hartlaub StarNews Correspondent Published: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 5:53 p.m. Last Modified: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 . . . → Read More: Tai Chi can help senior citizens prevent dangerous falls | StarNewsOnline.com
Chen Style Tai Chi is the origin of modern Tai Chi. It contains more martial art features in its forms than other Tai Chi Styles. Unlike most other Tai Chi styles, Chen is not evenly paced in slow motions. It mixes fast movements with slow ones. It does . . . → Read More: “Nimble Dragon Descending to the Ground”
Tai Chi increases brain size, benefits cognition in randomized controlled trial of Chinese elderly
June 19, 2012 in Health
Scientists from the University of South Florida and Fudan . . . → Read More: Tai Chi increases brain size, benefits cognition in randomized controlled trial of Chinese elderly
Ancient antidote to modern stress BY EUGENE BENSON 24 Apr, 2012 12:00 AM WHEN Ron James had a severe mental and physical breakdown more than 10 years ago, it was casual tai chi classes that eventually got him back on his feet.
Now a tai chi instructor, Mr James is happy to share his . . . → Read More: Ancient antidote to modern stress
Tai Chi now offered at Cherokee Life Center August 26, 2011 By Scott Tai chi is a slow motion and low impact exercise that promotes health, mind, body and mental relaxation. It is practiced as an effective exercise for health through a series of flowing, graceful and gentle postures and movements.
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