If you haven’t discovered the simplicity and benefits of tai chi, now might be a good time to explore. Tai chi is an ancient Chinese exercise form that integrates the mind and body through graceful movement. It can be easily learned and practiced anywhere. Studies have shown that tai chi improves muscular strength, flexibility, immunity, improves balance, relieves pain, and can bring tranquility and more clear thinking. Whether you are a blood cancer patient, a caregiver, or just want to deal more successfully with these trying times, learning and practicing tai chi can benefit you. In this video, Jake Mace of the Kung Fu and Tai Chi Center demonstrates his 10 favorite tai chi moves. Take a look and give it a try https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHBR5MZmEsY
These are stressful times, more so for some than others. Now is a good time to consider trying yoga if you haven’t already done so, since medical practitioners agree that yoga is helpful for dealing with stress and anxiety. Since going out to a yoga studio isn’t possible right now due to coronavirus restrictions in communities, there are many yoga studios that are offering on-line classes, and there are videos online that are easily accessible. Read more about what the Harvard Medical School has to say about the benefits of yoga....