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The 5 Top Health and Wellness Trends in Cruising

The 5 Top Health and Wellness Trends in Cruising

These are the top health and wellness trends in cruising In today’s health-focused world, many vacationers aren’t willing to disrupt their diet and fitness routines for a week of fun. In response to passenger demands, cruise lines are expanding their health and wellness offerings, providing travelers with nutritious food […] Click here to view original web page at travel.usnews.com

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Improving health through the practice of the Taoist Tai Chi arts

Improving health through the practice of the Taoist Tai Chi arts

As people struggle with mounting health care costs, an ancient art taught by a local organization may contribute to improving health and spending less. The New England Branch of the Taoist Tai Chi Society teaches tai chi at its center in the Eastern Slope Plaza in North Conway, at […] Click here to view original web page at Improving health ...

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Tai chi instructor teaches health benefits of the martial art to students, faculty

Tai chi instructor teaches health benefits of the martial art to students, faculty

Peter Asco teaches tai chi to UCLA staff and faculty through the FITWELL program, and also to students at the John Wooden Center Fowler Museum’s courtyard. His next free class, open to the public, will take place Friday at 11 a.m. in Fowler Museum’s Davis Courtyard. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin […] Click here to view original web page at Tai chi ...

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How Tai Chi Can Help Conquer Fear of Falling as We Age

The odds of a bone-shattering fall increase with age, as muscles grow weak and vision fades. Yet seniors who fear falling are at higher risk of falling, research shows, even if they have never taken a spill before. Those most fearful of falling may decide to avoid risk by avoiding activity—and then grow weaker and more likely to fall as ...

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Exercise for Knee Health – Is Tai Chi lower impact than walking? The answer will surprise you.

Tai Chi is often characterized as “low impact” exercise. Keeping exercise “low impact” can be important for many reasons – injury, age, body weight, illness. For the millions of adults who suffer from the pain of knee osteoarthritis (OA), low impact exercise is especially recommended to  maintain strength and function. Article and Image courtesy of chicagotaichi.org  

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Taiji Master Class with Dr Shen Hongxun

I used to translate for him and often had to write quite quickly to keep up with what he was saying, so most of my notes were not very legible :-). I give them here as I’ve written them down, so sometimes the sentences are short and possibly some things will not be clear to people who didn’t study with ...

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Moving Health Tai Chi Vancouver Qigong

Overview Based on the Sun Style of Tai Chi, this scientifically researched program was developed specifically for people with arthritis. This simplified form of Tai Ch is also suitable for anyone with high blood pressure, diabetes, back pain, fibromyalgia, balance issues and osteoporosis, or for those who simply want to improve their overall health, fitness and sense of well-being. Dr. ...

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