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Tai Chi and Chi Kung

for specific health conditions

presented by
Amazing Qi and Healing Tao of Tai Chi Chuan Institute

for Health, Self Defence and Spiritual Development

 

 

Please click on the specific conditions below:-

Arthritis/Osteoarthritis Diabetes Hypertension

Elbow/Shoulder/Wrist/Knee Pain Back Pain Stiffness

Irritable Bowel Chronic Fatigue Osteoporosis

Cancer Weak Constitution Anxiety/Nervousness/Stress

 

Learn the Tai Chi and Chi Kung to enhance your health, alleviate health problems and keep fit. 

 

The gentle exercises of Tai Chi Chuan can strengthen muscles, increase suppleness and range of motion, strengthen the joints, invigorate circulation, relax the body, improve balance and bone density, cope with stress, improve digestion etc.

 

Our school emphasises deep breathing which improves and strengthens respiration which is excellent for asthmatics.

 

Tai Chi Chuan is therapeutically used by many to relieve long term illnesses and chronic medical conditions as well as post operative recuperation.

 

Our school teaches only Traditional Tai Chi Chuan.  The modern forms of Beijing 24, Beijing 48, and International 42 from Modern Wu Shu are not taught,  nor recommended by our school.

  

Easy Tai Chi () (highly recommended) and

   Easy Pushing Hands   can be included as part of the introduction to Tai Chi for Health

  

 

Affiliated clubs:

  Monash University Tai Chi Chuan Club

  Monash University Arnis Club

 

Challenge:-

Sponsor an Easy Tai Chi seminar.

Become an Easy Tai Chi teacher.

Sponsor a Tai Chi Pushing Hands seminar.

Sponsor a Tai Chi - Qi Gong Meditation seminar. 

 

  

You are invited to visit our related sites:-

Tao of Tai Chi Chuan Institute webpage
Arnis / Eskrima webpage

Chi Kung webpage

Meditation webpage

Healing webpage

Taoist Yoga webpage

Standing Meditation webpage

Spiritual Realms webpage

 

 

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Updated:  20 April 2006