Health Benefits

Come join Tai Chi Revolution to learn this slow and gentle Chinese exercise.  Tai Chi, also known as a meditation in motion, is an exercise that you can do for the rest of your life.  Some consider it to be the perfect exercise to relieve the aches and pains of aging.  Tai Chi is low impact and the circular movements teach you to reconnect with your body.  Practicing Tai Chi will improve your balance and posture, strengthen your legs and reduce stress.  In addition, there are many ways the Tai Chi form can be adapted to suit an individual’s physical limitations.  If you have any questions about whether you should give Tai Chi a try, please contact us (TaiChiRevolutionCNY@gmail.com) for additional information.

Have you found yourself benefiting from your Tai Chi practice?  Leave a comment below and share your story!

2 thoughts on “Health Benefits

  1. I began practicing Tai Chi in March, 2015. I was looking for a “mind, body, spirit” experience and Tai Chi turned out to be it for me. I find the practice demands focus in the moment and it calms my mind after a long day at work. After several months of practice, the slow, deliberate movements and stretching have almost completely eliminated the chronic muscle pain/spasms in my shoulder and neck. The spiritual bonus is that I’ve met some really great people who make me laugh and remind me that it is the journey that is important, not the finish line.

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  2. Tai chi is a meditative exercise. It allows quiet mental focus while performing movements that are gently challenging. I attend three classes a week, and consider each one a highlight of my day. Tai chi is a dynamic endeavor in that there is always more to learn even in the simplest movements. The instructors are top notch and encouraging, and the classes are fun. I encourage anyone to try tai chi as a way to relax and increase physical stamina. It is a wonderful and unique experience.

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