Tai Chi, more correctly known as Taijiquan, is a traditional Chinese exercise and martial art practice composed of flowing and graceful movements.
Tai Chi is an important component in Traditional Chinese Medicine. It has significant physical and mental benefits, as it is not only focuses on body mechanics, but also mind calming and the flow of the body’s internal energy. It is safe and suitable for all ages, flexible to take place according to your needs and interests.
People with heart problems, high blood pressure and joint problems are unable to do high impact exercise. The slow and gentle movement of Tai Chi will be one of the best choices.
Master Alice Dong is the chairperson of New South Wales Chin Woo Athletic Association. She has helped an enormous amount of patients who suffered from Parkinsonʼs disease with Tai Chi practice. Tai Chi is a proven method to battle the effects of arthritis, Parkinson and other ailments.
Little Whales Wellbeing Centre is very honoured to invite Master Alice Dong, Peilei Wushu Association to teach Tai Chi classes to improve health in people with medical conditions.