In Memory of Tai Chi Great – Ben Lo

Benjamin Jeng Pang Lo (1927 – 2018), a Tai Chi teacher who has had a great influence on many Tai Chi practitioners, passed away on October 12, 2018. He was 93 years old. I felt this video to be a wonderful short documentary and view into the inspiration,...

NIH Reports Tai Chi Extremely Beneficial for Fibromyalgia

NIH just published an article explaining a new study from Tufts University and Brown University. Aerobic exercise is usually a core part of standard fibromyalgia treatment. It is the most commonly prescribed nondrug treatment for the disorder, which can...

World Tai Chi and Qigong Day Fairfax County, Vienna VA April 2018

2018 World Tai Chi and Qigong Day Fairfax CountyAt Meadowlark Botanical Gardens — Vienna, VA FREE! Demonstrations, Mini-Classes, Healing Garden and More!On the last Saturday of April each year at 10 am (local time), tens of thousands, in 100s of cities, spanning 80...

What do a Monkey and a Goldfish Have in Common?

Surpass the Goldfish and Quiet the Monkey with Tai Chi Our ability to pay attention may be one of the most basic and important cognitive abilities we have. Unfortunately for many of us, it seems nearly impossible to focus our attention for very long. We go through our...

Tai Chi for Arthritis Proven Effective for Arthritis

Now, science reveals additional benefits. New studies show that Tai Chi may be as effective as physical therapy for knee osteoarthritis (OA), according to research published in 2016 in Annals of International Medicine. This is incredibly exciting news! Tai Chi...

Belly Breathing—Calm the Inner Monster

Belly breathing, also known as diaphragmatic breathing, or abdominal breathing, is one of the best techniques for quickly reducing stress and anxiety as well as to calm the mind and settle your blood pressure down. Next time you are sitting in traffic, give some belly...

Tai Chi v Qigong What’s the Difference?

One of the most frequently asked questions I hear from my students is “Tai Chi v Qigong, what’s the difference?” The short answer: Tai Chi, or Taiji, (the whole spelling thing is addressed below) is a martial art, and Qigong, or Chi Kung, is broad term for “working or...

Tai Chi is Like Soup

How is Tai Chi like soup you might ask? First, the short answer: Just as there are many styles, varieties, and flavors of soup, there are also various styles, varieties and flavors of Tai Chi. There are also certain fundamental qualities about soup that makes it soup,...

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