Tai Chi Directory
Tai chi is a low-impact and aerobic exercise that is relaxing and can improve mental and emotional health along with physical health. This Chinese form of exercise improves balance, strength, and calmness, and may decrease pain and stiffness. It is a favorite among those with arthritis, cancer, and other debilitating conditions. Tai chi is also good for older adults because it does not involve impact on the joints. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how tai chi works, benefits of tai chi, and much more.
Tai Chi and Qi Gong: Better Balance and Other Benefits
Tai chi and qi gong can help your balance. Learn about classes that teach tai chi and qi gong.
Alternative and Complementary Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis
Learn about the different types of alternative and complementary therapies being used to treat multiple sclerosis, including questions you should ask before trying one.
Alzheimer's Disease and Exercise
Exercise is important for people with Alzheimer's disease. WebMD offers suggestions for a fitness regimen.
Complementary and Alternative Treatments for High Blood Pressure
Find out how yoga, meditation, supplements, and other complementary and alternative treatments may help you manage high blood pressure.
Tai Chi for Arthritis Relief
Gentle movements of the ancient Chinese exercise tai chi are one of many alternatives to help elderly people find pain relief.
Tai Chi for Joint Health
Tai chi is one of many alternative therapies that can provide relief from pain, possibly letting you cut back on pain medications.
Arthritis - Therapy in Motion - Tai Chi
The Gentle Exercise
Can 'Chi' Ease Arthritis Pain?
Alternative healers say they've developed treatments that can ease the pain of arthritis using your 'chi' -- the life force that flows through the human body.
Tai Chi Strengthens Mind and Body
Tai Chi’s focus on posture and body placement may add benefits beyond what cardiovascular or resistance-training can provide.
Options for Reducing Stress
Research shows that there are many options available to reduce stress. Find the best stress-reduction option for your lifestyle.