Stroke Rehabilitation and Taoist Tai Chi® arts
Taoist Tai Chi® practice can help with the mental, physical and emotional challenges of a stroke. Many people gain flexibility, freedom of movement, energy and clarity of thought. Most importantly, they find a fuller enjoyment of life.
Through gentle stretching and turning of the spine, Taoist Tai Chi® arts have a deep effect on the brain. They exercise the whole physiology, building coordination and new neural pathways through balanced, natural movement.
Taoist Tai Chi® practice is also a form of moving meditation that calms and clears the mind, cultivating a feeling of lightness and well-being as well as deep strength.
Begin your Taoist Tai Chi® practice today.
“I often forget I had a stroke last December. I have regained 100% of the mental and physical loss through the practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts!”
Sasha’s Story of Stroke Recovery through Taoist Tai Chi® practice
“After nine strokes I couldn’t walk, talk, see or eat. I had to start over again. Taoist Tai Chi® practice has given me my life back!”
– Sasha, British Columbia
More Stories about Stroke Recovery and Taoist Tai Chi® arts
“My stroke was caused by high blood pressure and stress. Taoist Tai Chi® practice helps lower my blood pressure and is very calming because it puts me in the moment.”
– Alice, British Columbia
“Taoist Tai Chi® practice has been positive in my recovery and ongoing rehabilitation after suffering a major stroke in January of 2016. I joined about 6 months after the stroke at which time I was using a walker. Within a few months I abandoned it!
The help, instruction and motivation I have received on my Taoist Tai Chi® journey has not only helped me in walking again but in thinking of myself as a survivor, not a victim.”
– Brian, British Columbia
“I started for back problems. I have been pain free for 11 years. I often forget I had a stroke last December. I have regained 100% of the mental and physical loss through the practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts!”
– Dave, Ontario