Seated TaiChi Qi Gong

CHAIR/SEATED TAI CHI/QIGONG/YOGA STRETCHING FOR SENIORS AND THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED
(A Quick Course Guide)

BY Joseph J. Truncale
Tai Chi is a form of exercise and a martial art that was created more than one thousand years ago. Though it is still taught as a form of self-defense in many Tai Chi school, most people take Tai Chi for the health and fitness benefits. The word Tai Chi means “Grand Ultimate.” Though there are many gaps in the historical records of Tai Chi, many researchers think the first person who created Tai Chi was Chang San Feng, born 1270 AD. Though there are numerous Tai Chi styles being practiced today, most of the basic movements and principles are the same. The order of movements and other fine details may vary from one system to another, but the benefits of practice are the same. Joseph J. Truncale created Chair/Seated Tai Chi/Qigong/Yoga for seniors and those with medical issues who cannot do standing exercises. Tai Chi means the “Grand Ultimate.” Qigong means “Energy.” Yoga means “union” or “connection” and consists of exercises developing the physical, mental and spiritual development of those practicing this art. Tai Chi/Qigong/Yoga means “Grand Ultimate Vital Energy skill and union of mind, body and spirit.”

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