Tai Chi Chuan (or “Grand Ultimate Fist”) is an ancient Chinese Martial Art, well known for its superior health benefits. Tai Chi forms, when performed in a slow and relaxed manner, like moving meditation, calms the mind and releases the mental and
physical tensions of our modern stressful lifestyle.
Studies have shown that daily practice of Tai Chi Chuan helps prevent stress-related diseases such as high blood pressure, digestive problems, and heart disease. For persons affected by arthritis, daily practice of Tai Chi helps keep joints lubricated and limbs more flexible.
What Are The Benefits Of Studying TAI CHI?
- Improves flexibility and balance
- Promotes circulation
- Lowers blood pressure
- Decreases and alleviates stress
- Increases muscle & cardiovascular function
- Strengthens bones and muscles
- Increases awareness and sensitivity
- Increases endurance and patience
- Boosts the immune system
- Eases Chronic Pain
- Maintains strength & Flexibility
- Slows down the loss of bone mass
- Increased mental activity/delay of onset dementia
Tai Chi can be practiced by people of any age and all abilities, because internal energy can be continually developed and it does not require brute strength. Tai Chi is a great form of exercise for men and women of all ages and levels of physical fitness. For practicing Martial Artists, Tai Chi is great way to cross-train, complement, and create balance between “hard” and “soft” techniques.