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Leederville: Tai chi expert visits from China to pass on skills to students with Parkinson’s

Leederville: Tai chi expert visits from China to pass on skills to students with Parkinson’s

LOCALS who practise tai chi to assist their fight against Parkinson’s disease had the chance to learn from a world expert this week. Visiting from China as a guest of local Tai Chi Master and international champion Gawain Siu, Chen Zhonghua passed on his decades of knowledge at Loftus […] Click here to view original web page at www.communitynews.com.au

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When it comes to longevity, we should look to the East, not the West

When it comes to longevity, we should look to the East, not the West

This story is part of What Happens Next , our complete guide to understanding the future. Read more predictions about the Future of Aging . The longevity era has arrived—and it looks different to your grandparents’ generation. If you’re 65 years old today and living in a developed country, […] Click here to view original web page at www.msn.com

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5 Easy At-Home Exercises for Seniors

5 Easy At-Home Exercises for Seniors

Exercise is good for everyone, including seniors. Here are 5 easy at-home exercises for seniors. Posted: 11/28/2018 3:36 PM by Interim HealthCare Exercise is good for everyone, including seniors. In fact, research shows it can help stave off the mobility problems that can interfere with independence, not to mention […] Click here to view original web page at www.krdo.com

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Tai chi helps Parkinson’s patients regain balance

Tai chi helps Parkinson's patients regain balance

This exercise can be done standing, holding onto a chair, or sitting Photos “I have seen Parkinson’s patients more eager to move. That alone is good. If they don’t move, their muscles and joints will seize up." By Melanie Ruberti Tai chi is becoming a new favorite exercise among […] Click here to view original web page at www.advertisernewssouth.com

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Tai chi: It’s a great way to fight stress

HOUSTON – Yana Lee head instructor at Body & Brain Westpark stopped by our studio with a beginner’s lesson to Tai chi and the importance of energy to release stress. “Start to feel the energy, the tingling in your hand, the warm in your hand. Once you start to […] Click here to view original web page at www.click2houston.com

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University of Leeds student on the benefits of Tai Chi at Sue Ryder hospice

University of Leeds student on the benefits of Tai Chi at Sue Ryder hospice

Andy Bradshaw. A PhD student volunteering for a Leeds hospice has used his experience at the facility as part of his research into the benefits of Tai Chi in care environments. University of Leeds’ Andy Bradshaw has been helping in the day therapy unit at Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice, […] Click here to view original web page at www.yorkshirepost.co.uk

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Helping the mind, body and spirit

Helping the mind, body and spirit

INNISFAIL – More and more people today are taking up tai chi to help improve their overall health and well-being. Innisfail residents are joining in. “We had been hearing for years about people experiencing a variety of health benefits from doing tai chi,” said Donna-Marie McKinnon, a volunteer instructor […] Click here to view original web page at www.innisfailprovince.ca

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How to use qigong meditation to harness the healing energy of your body

How to use qigong meditation to harness the healing energy of your body

Pin It There are tons of different healing modalities: crystals , essential oils , yoga, meditation. One you may not have heard about yet? Qigong (pronounced chee-gun ). The mind-body practice similar to tai chi is an ancient healing practice that is not often buzzed about in wellness circles, […] Click here to view original web page at www.wellandgood.com

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Tai chi helping Parkinson’s patients regain balance

Tai chi helping Parkinson’s patients regain balance

By MELANIE RUBERTI The Newnan Times-Herald NEWNAN, Ga. (AP) — Tai chi is becoming a new favorite exercise among Parkinson’s patients like Larry Bergeson of Newnan. “I’ve had two trial lessons,’’ he said. “Tai chi is great for learning movement and balance. As a person affected by Parkinson’s disease, […] Click here to view original web page at nwasianweekly.com

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What Do the Revised Physical Activity Guidelines Mean for You?

What Do the Revised Physical Activity Guidelines Mean for You?

With Admiral Brett P. Giroir, MD, Tim Church, MD, PhD , and Jennifer S. Lee, MD, PhD If you find yourself lounging around in your pajamas all weekend not realizing it doesn’t take much to make a difference; there’s good news! And we all need a bit of good […] Click here to view original web page at www.endocrineweb.com

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