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Tai Chi Exercises for Seniors
The practice of Tai chi is a form of exercise which consists of slow gentle movements and physical postures, a meditative state of mind, and controlled breathing. Although Tai chi originated in China as an ancient martial art, people today are practicing Tai chi to maintain health and help with rehabilitation. This gentle and controlled exercise is popular all over the world, especially with seniors.
Improve Mental and Physical Health
Tai chi is also a great exercise for toning your entire body, while improving balance and stability. The exercise practice is popular among the senior population because it doesn’t put excessive stress on one’s joints. And, much like the practice of yoga (without the strenuous poses), Tai chi can also help improve mental health by reducing stress and anxiety. If you’ve never practiced this ancient Chinese art, get started today. It will do you a world of good!
The instructional videos listed below are a great way to introduce yourself to the practice of Tai chi. Consult with your physician before beginning any exercise. Do not perform any exercise that you are uncomfortable with or that causes you pain. If you have a question regarding your ability, it is best to check with your doctor. None of the videos listed below are a substitute for professional medical treatment, diagnosis, or advice. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or discomfort, stop the exercise immediately and consult a medical professional.
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