If you know Tai Chi 1, this is a great way to add more depth to your practice. If you’re just jumping into your first tai chi class with part 2, all the details are laid out here for you to easily integrate the lessons and the tai chi principles, which we’ll go more in depth with in TC2 than we did in TC1. The online course offers self-paced training. Begin with the Warm-up set, then flow the whole routine, then move on the the detail of the next step in the sequence. It’s recommended to practice a little every day and add at least one new step into the sequence every week to keep steadily progressing. Slow, steady progress imparts lasting results. The official name of this program is Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention, part 2. Don’t let the name fool you into thinking is just for “old” people with arthritis. It’s a wonderful beginner level tai chi routine that imparts numerous benefits, even if you don’t have arthritis. Proven in medical studies to improve balance better than most Western exercises, this sequence is gentle on artificial and arthritic joints AND ALL joints. It was designed to help keep healthy joints and reduce symptoms in damaged joints. The medical research on this particular tai chi routine is so compelling that this is the only tai chi endorsed by the Arthritis Foundation and other international health organizations.
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