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Tai Chi and safety

Tai chi is generally a safe exercise with few side effects but it’s good to talk to a doctor before starting. Beginners may experience some aches or pains after practicing tai chi.

More rigorous forms of tai chi and improper practices are associated with increased risk of injury to joints. Especially if you’re new to tai chi, consider attending a class or working with an instructor to reduce your risk of injury.

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Tai Chi Differ and Yoga

Tai Chi Differ and Yoga

Tai chi emphasizes fluid movement and has roots in Chinese culture. Yoga focuses on posing and originated in Northern India.

Both tai chi and yoga are forms of exercise that involve meditation and deep breathing, and both bring benefits, such as stress relief and mood and s...

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Tai Chi

Tai Chi

Tai chi is a traditional Chinese form of exercise based in martial arts that involves slow movements and deep breaths. 

Tai chi brings many physical and emotional benefits like decreased anxiety and depression and improvements in cognition and chronic disease management.

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Benefits Of Tai Chi

Benefits Of Tai Chi

  1. It may help with reducing stress, though most evidence is anecdotal. 
  2. Improves mood if you are depressed or anxious. 
  3. Better sleep as it may leads to a more restful sleep.
  4. Promotes weight loss.
  5. Improves cognition in older adults

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Choosing a Tai Chi Style

Choosing a Tai Chi Style

All styles of tai chi incorporate continuous movement from one pose to the next and can be modified to suit your goals and personal fitness level. The styles are:

  1. Yang: focuses on slow, graceful movements and relaxation. Good starting point for beginners.
  2. Wu: emph...

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Getting Started With Tai Chi

Getting Started With Tai Chi

  • Find a tai chi branch that matches your needs. 
  • Check with your doctor before starting if you have a physical limitations or take medications that affect your balance.
  • Watch and take a class
  • If you'd rather learn at home, you can get tai chi boo...

Safety And Side Effects Of Tai Chi

Safety And Side Effects Of Tai Chi

It is possible to learn tai chi by yourself through books audio and video but only a teacher would be able to guarantee you are doing the movements correctly and safely.

Done correctly, tai chi seems safe for most healthy people, but it should not be used as a substitute for stand...

Tai Chi Benefits

  • Fall reduction: tai chi helps to prevent trips and falls in the elderly. It also reduced the fear of falling among them and increased balance and posture.
  • Chronic pain: tai chi significantly impacts the chronic pain experienced with specific conditions, such as osteoart...

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