More Research links
47 studies found that Tai Chi promotes better health in balance, flexibility and cardiovascular fitness
Tuffs University, Boston, MA
Tai Chi at Harvard University
Master helps others harness ‘chi’ for health and healing
“Tai Chi fastest growing fitness and health maintenance
activities in the U.S.”
Web site: wikipedia.org (under) Modern Tai Chi
“Why Tai Chi Is the Perfect Exercise”
Web site: Time Magazine
“Try Tai Chi for Your Health”
Web site: Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins has been ranked America’s #1 Best Hospital for the past 17 years
“What are tai chi and qi gong [qigong]?”
Web site: MSN health & fitness
Qi Gong [qigong] and Tai Chi: promoting practices that promote healthy aging
Web site: The President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports
Note: Many fitness programs are not regulated by the state or federal government. For this reason Master Henry Cheng wrote and published “Choosing a Tai Chi Teacher” to help people understand the importance of finding a professional well educated teacher or master.
Choosing a Tai Chi Teacher
Written by Master Henry Cheng, a Fifth Generation Tai Chi Master
Tai Chi Wellness Center, San Diego, California
Research and links are from: the Mayo Clinic, Prevention Magazine, Positive Health Magazine, NBC San Diego, Arthritis Foundation, University of Miami School of Medicine, Breast Cancer web site, Science Daily, American Diabetes Association, World Wide Health, USA Today, Bentham Science Publishers, Sharp Hospital, The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), Tuffs University, Boston, MA, Harvard University, Time Magazine, Johns Hopkins Medicine, MSN health & fitness and The President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.
All information on this web site is not intended as medical advice and is not a substitute for professional medical treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding any medical concerns or conditions.