As New Year Starts, Plan Your Personal Development

http://www.americantaichi.net/TaiChiKungLivingArticle.asp?cID=3&sID=6&article=chi_201801_1&subject=Daily%20Life January 24, 2018 - At the start of a new year, it is a good time for all Tai Chi and Qigong teachers to plan their continuing education for their personal development. This applies to all levels, whether the instructor is new or with 30 plus years of experience. I'm not referring to the daily training regimens that I must assume all instructors maximize. I would think 60 to 90 minutes every day would be a minimum for that. What I am referring to is attending classes, workshops, retreats with teachers who have something meaningful to transmit. This is important to hear someone else'

Tai Chi Exercise for Seniors

The ancient Chinese martial art of Tai Chi Chuan is the perfect callisthenic for today’s seniors. The relaxed and unhurried movements help alleviate nervous and muscular tension. Tai Chi Chuan lubricates joints and promotes automatic body alignment for better control of balance, helping to prevent the instability that can lead to falls. Senior falls is a public health issue of national concern. According to the National Safety Council, more than 30,000 Americans over the age of 65 were seriously injured by falling in 2015, and nearly 250 died from their injuries. 30 billion dollars is spent annually on healthcare related to falls. Medicare costs alone for hip fractures caused by falls are p

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