Tai Chi gentle form of exercise can prevent or ease many ills of aging and could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life.
Tai Chi staggering of benefits most impressive:
Improved Balance and flexibility.
Strengthened muscular strength.
Relief of joint pain, improved quality of sleep.
Strengthened immune system.
Lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
Optimistic. Lessened anxiety.
Some evidence indicates that tai chi also may help:
Enhance quality of sleep
Enhance the immune system
Lower cholesterol levels and blood pressure
Improve joint pain
Improve symptoms of congestive heart failure
Improve overall well-being in older adults
Reduce risk of falls in older adults.
Systematic reviews, including numerous randomized trials, suggest that Tai Chi practice can positively impact static and dynamic balance, musculoskeletal strength and flexibility, cardiovascular and respiratory function, foster emotional health improve sleep and immune response, reduce risk of falls, and help maintain bone mineral density in postmenopausal women
Tai Chi Fundamentals is the simplest and easiest to learn. It is a unique exercise for all ages and physical conditions. The form lubricates all the joints, eases the mind, relaxes the body and enhances balance. It is a perfect form of movement with no side effects. It is good for people with physical limitations and discomfort. Tai chi can be easily adapted for anyone, from the most fit to people confined to wheelchairs or recovering in from surgery.
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Tai Chi effective the people with arthritis and can less pain,
Tai Chi & Healthy qigong exercises that improve muscular strength,
flexibility and fitness.
1. Muscle strength is important for supporting and protecting joints.
It is essential for normal physical function.
2. Flexibility exercises enable people to move more easily. Flexibility also facilitates the circulation of body fluid and blood, which enhances healing. Many arthritic conditions such as fibromyalgia, scleroderma and spondylitis are characterized by joint stiffness and impaired physical function. Tai chi gently frees up stiff joints and muscles.
3. Fitness is important for overall health and proper functioning of the heart, lungs and muscles. Tai Chi & Healthy qigong can improve all of these components.
4. When you are practicing Tai Chi & Healthy Qigong also focuses on weight transference, which improves balance and prevents falls.
Qigong has also been called "Chinese Yoga." But you don’t need to lay down, and your knee and hand is free, so healthy Qigong is suitable for anyone to practice It increases the body's energy through gentle stretching and correct breathing. Qigong is a self-therapy often prescribed as a remedy by Chinese Doctors. It is proven to relieve many ailments: back pain, neck and shoulder problems, cardiac ailments, low energy, immune function, GI problems, muscle stiffness, arthritic complaints and many other difficulties. It also improves your posture! It can be practiced even if you are ill or recovering from surgery. can be done lying, sitting, or standing, Qigong is accessible for disabled persons, seniors, and people recovering from injuries Over time, Qigong will lengthen your life , improve the quality of your life, happiness and health.
Tai Chi & Qigong active helps to relieve pain and reduce stress This is accomplished in various ways. First, Increasing muscular strength helps to protect the joints, thereby reducing pain. Second, improved flexibility allows for better blood and joint fluid circulation, which also leads to less pain. Third, Tai Chi & healthy Qigong is a mind body exercise, which improves the serenity and relaxation of the mind and thus reduces pain and stress. As a result, those who practice Tai Chi or healthy Qigong often experience less depression and enhanced immunity.
Danli Neilson: USA Certified
1.Tai Chi / Qi gong instructor level III.
2. Personal Fitness Trainer --Special for Balance.
3. Health Coach.
Many studies have shown that Tai Chi and Qigong have a positive effect on the recovery of stroke and Parkinson's disease. Please click here below to see how they feel.