Rediscover how the ancient martial art of Tai Chi can improve your life focus and restore calm and balance.
Wander through any urban park early in the morning, and you're likely to discover practitioners of the martial art Tai Chi greeting the day with their graceful, slow-motion exercise.
No special equipment is required to join them. All it takes is your body and a willingness to learn.
|Why be optimistic?
|The primary goal of tai chi is relaxation.|
|Tai Chi is non-competitive and can be done by anyone regardless of age or physical stamina.|
|People who do tai chi on a regular basis report an improvement in concentration as well as feeling calmer.|
|Patience and discipline is important in studying tai chi, since it takes time to master many of the movements.|
Tai Chi may owe its roots to the martial arts, but it is non-competitive. The primary goal is relaxation. Stress is the natural outcome of our working and living in a 24-hour, seven-day world, and many people are finding relief in the rituals of a quieter time.
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