Tai Chi

Postby Judi Potts » Tue Aug 30, 2011 11:59 pm

Today I went to watch a Tai Chi class and the lady running it said I should join in as it can still be done even if you're in a wheelchair. As it was a beginners class it was very easy to follow, and I found at the end that my upper body muscles were much more relaxed and my pain level had decreased.

If you can, give it a go, I know I'll be continuing the classes. :D
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Re: Tai Chi

Postby VITILIGO Miracle » Wed Feb 12, 2014 8:17 pm

Tai Chi will assist you focus and calm your mind, which can assist you management those involuntary issues you've got, Martial Arts generally can most positively facilitate your ADD.In t'ai chi you utilize mental focus and visualisation, thus you'll expect to envision improvement in your attention to detail. Focus and management ar at the middle of any self-defence. Another issue you will not apprehend is that t'ai chi is one in all the foremost deadly arts in Kung Fu. it's passive and it absolutely was supposed to appear that approach, however if you are doing those slow moves with power and speed, you'll see however it's a strong art that's disguised as a light affected medical care. If you get the proper teacher, they'll show you the way to use it as a self defense. Its pretty hardcore, i feel you may adore it if you approach it properly. get pleasure from your journey!

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