Mindful Exercise

The essence of Tai Chi is slow, gentle physical movements. 

These flowing physical movements require mental focus and concentration.

Which is why we think of Tai Chi as Mindful Exercise.

Mind and body

Tai Chi is sometimes called walking or standing meditation. 

Simply because Tai Chi can help one to strengthen and relax the mind and body. 

In Tai Chi mental and physical wellbeing go hand in hand.

What are the benefits of Tai Chi?

Here's what Harvard University has to say:

Although Tai Chi is slow and gentle and doesn't leave you breathless, it addresses the key components of fitness - muscle strength, flexibility, balance, and to a lesser degree aerobic conditioning. 

Balance and flexibility

Tai Chi improves balance and, according to some studies, reduces falls. Tai Chi can boost upper and lower body flexibility.

Muscle strength

Tai Chi can improve both lower and upper body strength. 

Tai Chi strengthens both the lower and upper extremities and also the core muscles of the back and abdomen.


When practiced regularly, Tai Chi can be comparable to resistance training and brisk walking.

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