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
The slow, methodical fluid movements look nothing like the form of self- defense it was designed to be, but that was indeed the original intent of Tai Chi. Instead, Tai Chi is employed by many to relieve stress and anxiety. Perhaps not that much . . . → Read More: Tai Chi has great value for people of all ages.
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”
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Purchase Image Donna Lewis, left, and her classmates practice a pose while attending a tai chi class at the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve. / TERRY ALLEN WILLIAMS/news-press.com
Most of her students, in their 50s, 60s and 70s, enjoy . . . → Read More: Tai chi keeps older folks on their feet
Tai Chi offers a range of exercises specially designed to aid and relax the elderly
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With advancing age, our body experiences many physical changes, which could lead to anxiety, depression and other kinds of ailments. While there are many forms of exercises that . . . → Read More: Take it slow