Tai Chi

Tai Chi Chuan is an ancient Chinese discipline followed by millions of people all over the world. This ancient art uses gentle flowing movements to improve health and reduce the stress of today's busy lifestyles.

Everyone — regardless of age or physical ability — can practice Tai Chi.

Students learn according to their ability and within their natural range of movement. Regular practice increases mobility and relaxation, reduces stress, improves concentration, and maximizes personal (and professional) productivity.

Through movements that work more than 700 parts of the human body, Tai Chi helps stretch and strengthen muscles, maintain ligament elasticity, and increase both flexibility and mobility. Executed in a calm and relaxed manner, these movements also improve lung capacity making Tai Chi an accessible form of exercise for those with respiratory difficulties. Tai Chi improves blood circulation, can reduce high blood pressure, and lightens the workload on the heart. No wonder it's so popular!