Qigong
Seniors can specially reduce the chance of falls by improving 
balance and posture and 
promoting better function in daily activities by increasing flexibility and strength, as well as improving concentration and memory by continuous practice of 
Tai Chi & Qigong.

Qigong (Pronounced: Chi gong) or 
"Enegry work" in Mandarin Chinese is a term used to describe the practice of a series of exercises, combined with meditation and breathing patterns, in order to cultivate the Qi (Chi) or the "life force" within the human body, as well as harmonizing the internal organs and strengthening the bones,tendons and muscles.

Recent Medical Publications and Reseach, as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine, show that regular practice of Tai Chi and Qigong will facilitate the free flow of Qi through the numerous accupoints that are situated along the twelve main Meridian Channels throughout the body, leading to 
harmony, vitality, improved overall health and longevity.

Click Here To Watch the 
Dept. of Health Video on Tai Chi 




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