The fast-paced yet sedentary nature of modern life often results in stress and lack of sufficient physical activity. Many thousands of individuals have found the movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® internal arts to be an effective way to counteract these pressures and to cultivate health.
The Taoist Tai Chi® internal arts are specifically designed to improve health. The significant degree of turning and stretching in each of the movements, combined with the adaptability of the form to suit individual needs, are just some of the factors that contribute to its focus on restoring, improving and maintaining health.
Improved Circulation – Better Balance – Reduced Stress
The health benefits include: improved circulation, balance and posture; increased strength and flexibility; and reduced stress. With regular practice, Taoist Tai Chi™ internal arts reach deep inside the body to benefit the entire physiology including the tendons, joints, spine, connective tissue and internal organs. It restores the calmness and peace of mind that is often lost through the desires and anxieties of daily life.
Although not a substitute for proper medical treatment, the Tai Chi that we offer can help to improve the health and quality of life for people dealing health conditions such as poor circulation, high blood pressure, arthritis, back pain, joint immobility, respiratory problems, digestive disorders, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia and many others.
Improving the Health of Seniors
People of all ages can learn and benefit from the gentle turning and stretching movements of the Taoist Tai Chi® internal arts of health, and the art can be adapted to match any level of ability. Special classes are offered for seniors in most branches of the society.
Personal Health Recovery Stories
Taoist Tai Chi® internal arts and…
- – Multiple Sclerosis
- – Effects of Stroke, CVA
- – Low energy & Immobility
- – Amyloidosis, Effects of Chemotherapy
- – Joint immobility, difficulty walking, Effects of pain medication
- – Frozen Shoulder, shoulder pain
- – Fibromyalgia
- – Effects of aging
- – Respiratory Problems, Osteoporosis
- – Knee problems, Arthritis & joint misalignment
- – Low Spirits, Depression, Nervous breakdown, Migraines
- – Parkinson’s disease
- – Fused Spine, diminished eyesight
- – General Fatigue and Pain
- – Partial paralysis