Try T’ai Chi Chi

Gain the benefits of tai chi with an easy-to-learn version


You’ve probably seen people in a park or other outdoor space practicing the slow, steady movements of tai chi. You may have wondered if you should try it. Tai chi has many benefits. It’s been shown to lower blood pressure, boost mood, promote better sleep, reduce pain, lower stress and support increased strength, mobility and balance.

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