- Tai Chi’s unique design utilizes every part of the body
- Tai Chi improves concentration, and unites the body and mind in harmony
- Tai Chi promotes balance and coordination as it strengthens and tones muscles, loosens joints and relaxes points of tension
- Tai Chi massages the internal organs with a gentle motion that improves digestion and metabolism
- Tai Chi encourages diaphragmatic breathing, increasing bronchial capacity and oxygen intake, by allowing a natural breath.
- Tai Chi lessens the pressures on the heart and regulates the circulation of the blood.
- Tai Chi increases suppleness of the spine resulting in postural stability and creates an awareness and sensitivity to body
Tai Chi is a journal of self discovery: physically challenging, mentally intriguing, and can offer a lifetime of personal achievement.
Tai Chi Chuan or Taijiquan literally means the biggest fist. The art consists of slow, connected series of movements whose practice helps improve physical musculature by releasing tension and also improves the power to focus by concentrating on the operation of movement.
- Improves focus
- Improves circulation
- Improves physical strength
- Builds speed and coordination
- Helps hypertension and diabetes
- Prevents bone fatigue
- Is a weight bearing exercise