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    What are some of the benefits of Tai Chi?

    I see some older adults performing Tai Chi on my way to work in the mornings. I have heard a few things about Tai Chi but not quite sure what it is used for and how one can benefit..
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    Zoe Haddad

    Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer

    Zoe is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Personal Trainer who graduated from University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Sport & Exercise). … View Profile

    Tai Chi is an ancient art of continuous movements selected to help build up stamina, strength, and self control over ones own body.
    The great thing about Tai Chi is that it doesn't require equipment, it's suitable for all ages, sizes, experience, and it can be done anywhere!
    Tai Chi is a moving meditation practice which has been proven to reduce stress levels.
    Some further benefits of Tai Chi include reductions in muscle tension, joint stiffness, improved elasticity of tendons and ligaments, and an overall increase of wellbeing.

    Give in to your curiosity and try it out, it can only do good things for you and your health.

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