The Down Side to Tai Chi? None According to Jane Brody of the NY Times

After a review of the scientific literature, New York Times personal health columnist Jane E. Brody has concluded something our members have known for a long time, that everyone ought to be practicing tai chi.

“The graceful, dancelike progression of meditative poses called tai chi originated in ancient China as a martial art, but the exercise is best known in modern times as a route to reduce stress and enhanced health. After reviewing existing scientific evidence for its potential health benefits, I’ve concluded that the proper question to ask yourself may not be why you should practice tai chi, but why not.”

Read Brody’s complete article here…

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One response to “The Down Side to Tai Chi? None According to Jane Brody of the NY Times

  1. Long before “existing scientific evidence for its potential health benefits”, I found out that Taoist Tai Chi has many side effects: apart from smoothing out old back problems, it puts me in a good mood and energizes my whole being. What more can one asks for? This is priceless. Thank you Mr. Moy!

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