- Patients with Heart Disease Turning to Tai Chi
- For those with heart disease, a new report suggests trying a different type of workout. Some patients are turning to the ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi. At 82-years-old, Robert Hogan is trying something new to get his daily exercise.
- Tai chi Class Intends to Prevent Falling in Senior Citizens
- In order to counter act that, Palmetto Health is partnering with University of South Carolina, Phoenix Health Education and Wellness Center, and the Lourie Center to teach senior citizens Tai Chi for Fall Prevention.
- Nature in harmony: Tai chi at Madison Square Park
- “Says here tai chi is rooted in the rich soil of ancient Chinese thought, which is based on observing the way things work in nature.” Bynes, 57, was born in Oakland and started practicing martial arts when he was 13.
- Arts Center offers tai chi class
- The Davis Arts Center will offer a six-week tai chi and qigong course with Karen Lyeth from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Mondays, starting March 14.
- Keep calm and practice taichi
- He has been studying at the Chen Bing Taichi International Academy in Chenjiagou. Taichi is practiced both as defensive training and as a health exercise. It originated in Chenjiagou, which means “Chen family village,” more than 400 years ago and ...
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