How Tai Chi Improves Balance

by on Sep.13, 2012, under Wellness

The benefits of daily practice are extremely useful. Tai Chi doesn’t only promote personal growth, but more importantly, it helps one emerging from limitations.

Everyday stress in the workplace tightens one’s tissue and compresses one’s mental ability to explore within. Tai Chi releases the hidden energy, which is called chi to calm and soothe the stressed tissues and positivize the negative mental alertness. Tai Chi movements are mostly slow and soft, which loosen the stressed body and mind. They expand the tissues down to the bone and loosen the distressed mind.

As a form of physical and mental exercise, Tai Chi Chuan benefits both the body and mind. Among the physical benefits one can expect to receive from the exercise are: increased flexibility, increased strength in muscles, better balance, improved posture, improved immunity, improved breathing, reduced pain, increased vitality and improved motor skills.

Mentally, Tai Chi helps people to reduce stress, increase relaxation, increase mental focus, improve memory, increase contentedness and increase the level of happiness.

A Tai Chi practitioner will eventually graduate to a level where he or she doesn’t only feel the benefits, but becomes one with them. As one has recruited so much from each moment, at many levels, the movements become an orchestra of sensation, perception and integrated balanced fluid consciousness. At this level, we’ll realize that body and mind are not separate.

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