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Why practice Tai Chi?


Stress is said to be part and parcel of life. Every day we are confronted with pressure on all fronts, namely jobs, financial, political, relationships and various other sources.
When depending on anti stress medication, it can result in other dependencies, which in the end will only increase stress levels and affect health.
But there are other ways of fighting stress and its effects, ways that will serve to improve health and quality of life, rather than place it at risk.
One of these stress fighters is the Chinese art of Tai Chi, an ancient system of exercises that concentrates on the development and strengthens the body's internal vital organs. It incorporates the use of meditation, breathing exercises and chi (vital energy) development.
Tai Chi uses every part of the body and incorporates slow, fluid movements with rhythmic breathing patterns, based on the principle of "Pain is no gain". Tai Chi is practiced by millions of people all around the world and can be practiced practically everywhere: in gardens, parks, rooftops, beach or just about any relatively quiet location.
Tai Chi originated in ancient China, as a Martial Art and self defense. To master Tai Chi as an art of fighting one needs at least ten years of intensive full time training. However, it is mostly used today for healing, strengthening the body's immune system, rejuvenating vital organs, reversing the aging process, combating stress, tension and relieving the pressures of everyday life. The art is designed to give coordination, general balance, including balance of the left and right sides of the brain, control of respiratory nervousness in the body, just to mention a few. Lung capacity is increased and digestion improved, while muscles are strengthened and limbs become stronger and more flexible. Tai Chi is beneficial for everyone regardless of age, fitness level or lifestyle. As long as one can breathe, one can perform the exercises. Tai Chi is not an instant cure for any illness or disability, but it can contribute to improving one's state of health. It is not only designed to treat the physical exterior of the body, but will put the body into harmony with nature.
Tai Chi can significantly cut the risk of falls among older people who benefit in maintaining balance and strength. Studies at the Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ga., found that older people taking part in a 15-week Tai Chi program reduced their risk of falling by 47.5 percent.

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The information provided herein should not be used during any medical emergency or for the diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. A licensed medical professional should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any kind and all medical conditions.

Experience the gentle flowing, movements of Tai Chi and treat your whole body to a gentle and relaxing workout.

Say goodbye to sweating, puffing and panting.

Say hello to feeling cool, calm, refreshed and energized.

Just 15 minutes a day is your passport to better health, fitness, peace of mind and so much more, as your mind and body work in harmony for superb results.

Join us, try the Tai Chi and Qi Gong exercises, we like them, they're fun and we think you'll love them too.


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