Pain Relief through Taoist Tai Chi® arts
The Pain Relief Program is integrated into all Taoist Tai Chi® arts programs. For many people Taoist Tai Chi® practice helps them find a way to reduce pain, increase vitality and improve mobility and function.
Pain can come in many forms, whether physical, mental or spiritual. Taoist Tai Chi® arts help people with chronic and serious problems, including arthritis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, stroke and brain injury, risk of falling, asthma, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, anxiety, depression, as well as the stresses of daily life.
At our classes and programs, you will experience benefits to body, mind, and spirit, make friends and hear remarkable stories of health improvement. You will find that Taoist Tai Chi® arts are more than just physical training. An atmosphere of compassion and inclusion are at the heart of who we are as a charitable nonprofit and volunteer-based organization. Our mission is to relieve suffering and our hope is that each person finds a renewed conviction that they can make a difference in their own health and life.
We offer classes and programs at locations and centers across the world, which are open to everyone. For those with decreased mobility movements can be adapted as needed.
Stories of Pain Relief through Taoist Tai Chi® arts
Conditions that have improved from the practice of Taoist Tai Chi® arts include:
Taoist Tai Chi® Practice Improves Health at the Cellular Level
Through qualitative evidence and contemporary scientific research, we know that Tai Chi is good for a wide range of health challenges. As well, we see that people who practice Taoist Tai Chi® arts age well. Here Dr. Andrew Kirby discusses the cellular biological mechanisms that make Taoist Tai Chi® practice so effective.
Andrew Kirby is a member of the Instructor Coordinating Committee for Great Britain, and a pharmacist with a PhD in Oxidative Stress Biochemistry.
“By being 96, I ernestly state that the continuous practice of Taoist Tai Chi®, since 1994 until today, had greatly contributed to my recovery from cancer, twice, and other health problems of importance.”