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Tai Chi for Your Head and Your Heart

Many people practice Tai Chi for health benefits. Now a new study supports those efforts showing that Tai Chi reduces cholesterol, improves blood pressure and reduces risk of heart disease. What's good for the heart is good for the brain as well.

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Tai Chi for Healthy Aging

Tai Chi improves overall fitness, coordination and agility. People who practice Tai Chi regularly tend to have good posture, flexibility and range of motion. They also tend to have more mental clarity and sleep more soundly at night. Tai Chi goes to the root of most health problems by relaxing the muscles and mind, aligning the spinal posture and balancing the energy systems that run through the body, providing them with life energy. As a profound self-improvement tool, Tai Chi is one of the most powerful, yet soothing things you can do for yourself.

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Tai Chi for Teens

For most, the teenage years are a time of wanting to be noticed and accepted. That can cause anxiety, confusion, depression and low self esteem. Mood swings are very common with all the hormonal changes going on during the teen years.

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Tai Chi

My earliest memories of Tai Chi were when the show "Kung Fu" hit the television scene in the 70's. My father was mesmerized by David Carridines fluid movements and quiet ways, and several weeks later I found him out in the back yard practicing the lessons he'd learned at his first Tai Chi class.

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40 Plus Inch Tai Chi Sword Review

Learn the truth about the 40 Plus Inch Tai Chi Sword and see if it is right for you at this time. Read our review of the 40 Plus Inch Tai Chi Sword and enjoy the article.

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Tai Chi Chuan - general background

As a martial art, Tai chi chuan works on a number of levels, but the principal aim is to teach practitioners to relax and become fluid in their movements. This allows for smoother actions and quicker response times. The objective is for self-defence to become a reflexive action rather than a repetition of technique. There is a variety of sensitivity exercises which allow the practitioner to adapt instantly to an opponent and to react in the most appropriate manner. Incoming force will, typically, be diverted, however slightly, and the corresponding opening in the opponent’s defence exploited.

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Tai Chi for Rheumatic Diseases, Fibromyalgia, and MS

Because Tai Chi improves flexibility and builds muscle strength gradually, doctors and physical therapists recommend it for people with a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. The fluid-as-silk movements of this gentle Chinese practice are tailor-made for easing sore joints and muscles.

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How to Mastermind your Destiny through Self-Coaching

Reading how to books and self-coaching is an excellent way of getting to know yourself, quietly receiving answers you need, or resolving a secret issue you’ve been stuck on. Not only that, the only challenge will come from you and the only thing standing in the way of your personal development will be you!

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10 Important Concepts of Tai Chi

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Tai Chi Is Great

In the world of today where people are constantly fighting a battle to manage their work and personal life,Maintaining a positive mind-set while performing certain Tai Chi exercises in Delray Beach, FL.

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Calls-To-Action: Making Them Fit Makes All the Difference

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Tai Chi for ADD/ADHD

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are a growing problem with not only children but adults as well. Tai Chi is a wonderful adjunct therapy for treating ADD because it augments many of the mood management techniques recommended for sufferers.

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Tai Chi for Sports

Tai Chi is awesome as a sports training tool because its goal is to cultivate balance, calm and power. Those are three things one needs to excel in any physical activity.

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Self Improvement Success Thinking

Success is not a secret reserved for a select group of people. Success is available to everyone who learns success thinking.

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