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Tai Chi in Alternative Medicine for Holistic Health.

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Alternative Medicine Holistic Health Terms Defined Tai Chi

Alternative medicine terms defined. Holistic health theories defined. Tai Chi Tai Chi is form of Chinese exercise that uses slow and deliberate movement as well as meditation. It is sometimes described as "meditation in motion." Tai Chi is used to calm the nerves, tone muscles, and balance one’s internal energy. Health benefits include increased flexibility, greater balance and reduced stress. Originally developed in China as a form of self-defense, this graceful form of exercise has existed for about 2,000 years. This low impact exercise can be done anywhere as it requires no equipment or special clothing.

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