Tai Chi is simple to learn, easy to practice, and proven to enhance your health and overall well-being. Legends say that the Taoist Monk who invented Tai Chi lived to be well over 200 years old!!!  Tai Chi has recently become popular throughout the world as people look beyond the martial arts and recognize the wide range of associated health benefits. This practice is proving to be especially beneficial for seniors and people recovering from injuries and illnesses.

There is significant on-going medical research on Tai Chi, and the results continue to be overwhelmingly positive.

Better Balance

Increased Brain Activity

Improved Memory

Heightened Agility

Reduction of Stress

Lower Blood Pressure

Better Sleep Quality

Stronger Immunity

Research on the health benefits is continuing worldwide with published results from the Harvard Medical School, The National Institute of Health and other cutting-edge medical organizations. Click the links below to learn more.

National Institute of Health – Tai Chi and Medical Science

National Institute of Health – Review of Health Benefits of Tai Chi

CNN – Medicine in Motion

Wall Street Journal – Falling is Dangerous for the Elderly

Medical Study – Effectiveness of Tai Chi with Parkinson’s Disease

Medical Study – Tai Chi and Breast Cancer

Medical Study – Tai Chi and Cystic Fibrosis

Medical Study – Tai Chi and Heart Rate Variability

Medical Study – Tai Chi for Children and Adolescents

Medical Study – Tai Chi and Preventing Falls in Older Adults

Medical Study – Tai Chi and Psychological Well Being

The ancient wisdom of Tai Chi is here in today's modern world. Quiet the "Monkey-Mind" and "enter the land of health and ever after walk within its bounds."