History of Tai Chi

What is Tai Chi?

Tai Chi Chuan

Tai Chi as Self-Defense

Today's Tai Chi

How does Tai Chi work?

What to you expect from Tai Chi?

Health Benefits of Tai Chi

 

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What is Tai Chi?

Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese form of movement which requires the coordination of your body that focuses on the cultivation of internal energy. The aim of Tai Chi is to harmonize the mind, body and spirit hence, promoting both metal and physical well being through relaxation. Tai Chi is use as a form of meditation with deep breathing combined with a series of movements which is structure continuously. If Tai Chi is practice correctly the movements of TaiChi will appear rhythmical, effortless and in continuous flow and it can also be an effective system of self-defense.

People who practice Tai Chi find that they will become revitalized, relaxed, tolerant, stronger and healthier in both body and mind. Tai Chi is suitable for all ages and sexes because it does not rely on strength, force or speeds. Due to this Tai Chi is one of its kind which brings benefits in many areas of you body.

With very small amount of practice in Tai Chi you will find many beneficial effects to your health and fitness. Tai Chi can help you to relax your mind and body by helping to combat stress and strains from work or at home. It can also improve your balance, flexibility and posture. If Tai Chi is practice probably it can improve medical conditions such as respiratory disease (asthma), cardiovascular diseases, digestive disorders and arthritis.

There are many benefit of Tai Chi. They include:

  • Relaxation by reducing anxiety
  • Exercise which is gentle
  • Utilizes the diaphragm to improve lung function
  • Calms the nervous system
  • Enhances the function of internal organs
  • Build internal strength through proper breathing
  • Strengthens the immune systems

The body systems can also benefit from Tai Chi. These include:

  • Muscular and Skeletal
  • Respiratory and Circulatory
  • Digestive and Excretory
  • Metal and Nervous

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