May 20, 2024
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12 thoughts on “Magical Benefits Of Tai Chi, A Traditional Chinese Exercise

  1. I’m very much interested in this Tai chi practice. Where can I practice and join Tai chi class or exercises here in the Philippines?

  2. I like what I’m reading.it explains a lot, thank you for taking the time to share this with us.

  3. I have always been interested in Tai chi, ive just turned 50 i wouldn’t say I’m particularly fit as i don’t actively excercise but walk everywhere but I’m going through my menopause and my joint pain especially in my legs is not good, i also have a low immune system so i want an excercise that will work for me &I will enjoy x

  4. I used to practice Tai chi when I was in Nanny School and I started nannying our instructor Brad Gaylord taught us kung fu and then we decided to do a little tai chi on the side. No 30 years later I have trouble with mobility because of fibromyalgia chronic fatigue syndrome restless leg syndrome sleep apnea among other challenges. I would love to get back into Tai chi but my knees and ankles are pretty weak and my weight is a bit overboard at 225 and I’m only 5’5. I would love to have more information because being on disability stinks not that this would necessarily get me off disability but at least maybe I’d be able to work 20 hours a week and not be so stuck in a rut and live a little longer.

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