Tai Chi is a gentle and low-impact exercise that can benefit people of all ages and fitness levels. It is especially beneficial for older adults, people with chronic conditions such as arthritis or heart disease, and those who are looking for a low-impact exercise that is easy on the joints.
Here are some specific groups of people who may benefit from practicing Tai Chi:
Older adults: Tai Chi can help improve balance, coordination, and flexibility, which can help reduce the risk of falls and other injuries in older adults.
People with chronic conditions: Tai Chi can help reduce pain and stiffness in people with conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and back pain. It can also help improve cardiovascular health in people with heart disease.
People who are looking for stress relief: Tai Chi is a meditative practice that can help reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and enhance mental clarity and focus.
Anyone looking for a low-impact exercise: Tai Chi is a gentle and low-impact exercise that is easy on the joints.
We teach Tai Chi as a full martial art which enhances the health benefits for the practitioner.
Students who practice Tai Chi Chuan only for health may not want or need to learn all these different aspects of the art. Beginners will focus mainly on Qigong, the Tai Chi form, and some basic push hands drills.
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