Taiji is often referred to as the "gentle way of exercising" and is one of the the safest ways to stay physically and mentally alert and healthy. The gentle dance like movement invigorate the body, mind and spirit; are easy to learn; are accesable to people of all ages and levels of fitness.
Research has proven that both taiji and qigong improve health, strength, balance, concentration and mental well-being
The internal organs, muscles, sinews, ligaments, tendons and other fascia tissues, as well as the bones are strengthened through the constant lifting and sinking of the body. The stretching and un-stretching of the muscles, and the compression of the bones all assist in improving posture, alignment and a general feeling of well being.
Careful attention to the alignment of joints minimises injury and establishes a strong and clear intention of the vertical alignment of the body and it's corresponding central equilibrium.