Dr. Oz and Karl Romain Demonstrate Stress-Relieving Qigong Exercises
"It has long been my dream that one day Americans of all ages, creeds, and colors will be practicing Tai Chi Chuan in the beautiful parks of this country as they do in China. Few places in the world offer lovely open spaces which can and should be used productively. The result would be a tremendous improvement in mental and physical well-being".
- Jou, Tsung Hwa
The above quote by Jou, Tsung Hwa is something I look forward to as well. The below list of Tai Chi in the news articles found on the web answer some questions and confirm some Tai Chi studies that have shown Tai Chi helps you to stay young, beat depression, improve balance and quite a few other benefits.
3 Reasons to Try Tai Chi
Can Tai Chi Reduce Inflammation for Breast Cancer Survivors?
Can Tai Chi Slow the Aging Process?
Downside to Tai Chi
Easing Ills through Tai Chi
For Better Balance, Pilates and Tai Chi Beat Yoga
For Health Benefits, Try Tai Chi
Slow Movement with Awareness: Better than Exercise?
Stay Young With Tai Chi
Tai Chi Beats Back Depression in the Elderly
Tai Chi Makes Your Brain Bigger and Improves Memory
Tai Chi Eases Depression in Elderly
Tai Chi for Fitness
Tai Chi for Older Newbies
Tai Chi Helps Parkinson’s Patients With Balance and fall Prevention
Tai Chi Increases Brain Size
Tai Chi Is as Effective as Physical Therapy for Knee Osteoarthritis
Tai Chi May Help Control Asthma
Tai Chi may Help Reduce Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Tai Chi May Slow Aging Process
Tai Chi Shown to Ease Back Pain
Tai Chi Shown to Improve COPD Exercise Capacity
Tai Chi to Ease Fibromyalgia
The 12 Benefits of Tai Chi for Seniors
Using Tai Chi to Build Strength
What are the Benefits of Tai Chi