Tai Chi

The Mayo Clinic defines Tai Chi as a “a gentle way to fight stress”. It is a noncompetitive martial art that involves slow movements and deep breaths. It combines gentle physical exercise and stretching – with mindfulness. Tai Chi helps reduce stress and anxiety. It also helps to increase flexibility and balance. Tai Chi is low-impact, slow-motion exercise, and puts minimal stress on muscles and joints. Tai chi may also help:

  • Enhance quality of sleep
  • Enhance the immune system
  • Help lower blood pressure
  • Improve balance
  • Improve joint pain
  • Improve symptoms of congestive heart failure
  • Improve overall well-being
  • Reduce risk of falls in older adults

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