Welcome to the Tai Chi for Health Blog. This post will help you navigate our Blog Our goal is to be your primary source for Sun Style Tai Chi Resources. We also strive to provide you with insight as to how Tai Chi can help you become stronger, healthier and happier. We do this by complementing the Eastern Traditions of Tai Chi with the insight of Western Medicine – the best of both worlds.
Our blog postings have been organized into three categories. To find out what category a blog posting is under, look below the title. If you click on the category, the page will display all the blog postings under that category.
There are three categories on this blog:
1. Health: These posts deal specifically with how Sun Style Tai Chi can help improve an aspect of your health. Our goal is not only to provide you with resources regarding Tai Chi, but specifically how Tai Chi can be used to improve your overall wellness, which includes your health.
2. Instructional: If you are trying to understand how to perform Tai Chi movements, then these posts are meant for you. These posts will inform you about tips, tricks and instructions on the actual practice of Tai Chi.
3. History: These posts deal with the history and traditions of Sun Style Tai Chi. They are intended to be give you a background into Tai Chi’s roots and influences.
Our goal is to be your source for general information about health-related Tai Chi resources. The information on this blog is not intended to substitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. If you need help with an injury or illness, please consult your primary care physician or contact emergency personnel if necessary.
Additionally, we recommend that you consult with your healthcare professional before you begin any new exercise or wellness regimen. Finally, if your healthcare professional instructs you to avoid any of the activities described in these postings, please follow that advice.
We welcome you to share your questions, comments and insights. All comments shared on the blogs are public, so we ask that comments be courteous and respectful of others. If you would like to communicate with us in private, please use our “Contact Us” page.