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WHY Tai Chi?
- Tai Chi is a form of gentle physical exercise which is self-paced.There are many forms of Tai Chi and each form has separate health benefits. You can always begin with warm-up exercises. Proper breathing and centering of energy is required.
- Place your feet to align with your shoulder’s width and gently lift your hands as if lifting a balloon. Complete a full circle and bring your hands gently down. Remember to breathe slowly with each movement.
Your aim should be a long continuous breath without any interruptions in between inhalation and exhalation.
To start, place your tongue on the tip of the mouth. You should not force the tongue in any particular position. Just make note of where the tongue goes naturally.
Always remember to inhale and exhale through your nose. This encourages the proper flow of air as well as energy. Inhale through one nostril and exhale through the other.
Feel your belly move during breathing. The belly should move in and out so that the body parts experience a gentle massage. Then relax and take a deep breath.
Yoga help you live in symbiosis
Tai chi was started earlier as a martial art form. Now in addition to this, Tai Chi is used as a form of enjoyment and has numerous health benefits. People who practice Tai Chi experience an increase in the quality of their life. Tai chi is extremely useful in improving arthritis and similar chronic conditions. The steps involved helps to prevent accidental falls and motivates people to walk carefully.
It puts minimal stress on the muscles, so people of any age can practice Tai Chi. This gentle exercise form can also reduce diabetics and the complications along with it. It is also most useful in all rehabilitation processes.