There have been a multitude of studies done all over the world that have proven long term benefits from the practice of Tai Chi.
- Improves balance reduces risk of falling among older adults, helps build joint and muscle strength in both the upper and lower body. Gently moves all joints, muscles, and tendons throughout the body
- Helps with arthritis pain, the increased range of movement, improved posture, helping people to stretch more thus further improve their flexibility and the structure of the body therefore reducing pain.
- Enhances mental capacity and concentration- improves memory and brain health
- Tai Chi can have a strong effect on the immune system bringing together exercise, relaxation, and meditation.
- Improves asthma, fibromyalgia, bronchitis, knee osteoarthritis and emphysema
- Tai Chi can impact bone health especially in menopausal women as Tai chi is a weight bearing exercise.
- Can impact chronic conditions through increase blood flow and pumping oxygen through the body whereby you become more alert, gain energy improves your ability to heal.
- Reduces stress as you relax and breathe more deeply it lowers blood pressure, enhances the quality of your mood which can help those depression and anxiety.
- Improves quality of your sleep
- Helps with faster recovery from Strokes and Heart attacks with increased oxygen intake, mental concentration and balance are the major areas that are focused on.
- Proven to have a significant impact on such diseases such as Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, and Parkinson’s.
Tai Chi’s simple, gentle, and safe fluid movements are exactly what the body needs to remain loose and flexible.