WHAT IS THE TAI CHI?
The Tai Chi can perhaps best be thought of as a moving form of yoga and meditation combined. It consists of a sequence of movements. Many of these movements are originally derived from the martial arts (and perhaps even more ancestrally than that, from the natural movements of animals and birds) although the way they are performed in Tai Chi is slowly, softly and gracefully with smooth and even transitions between them.
Tai Chi produces notable benefits at people suffering from all forms of arthritis including fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
- Improves the flexibility;
- Strengthen the musculosquelettique system;
- Maintains a good physical, mental and spiritual health;
- Calms the mental;
- Improves the concentration, the mental alertness and the memory;
- Helps to have a better self-consciousness and its environment;
- Contributes to harmonize the intelligence quotient (IQ).
- Reduce fall risks;
- Improve your balance;
- Increase walking speed;
- Improve your confidence in everything you do;
- Help to control high blood pressure;
- Help to reduce the risks of cardiovascular diseases;
- Improve your sleep;
- Increase the lung capacity;
- Reduced the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis;
- Reduce the osteoporosis;
- Relieve the degenerative knee osteoarthritis;
- Help to improve blood sugar control.
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Reference : http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/Philosophy/Taichi/what.html
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