Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Tai Chi for seniors



source: http://steveshealthanswers.com/health-news/tai-chi-for-seniors-benefits-your-joints-and-flexibility
Tai Chi is a very gentle effective exercise that is not strenuous or needing great flexibility to preform. It has been shown to be extremely effective in:

• Slowing the effects of ageing
• Increasing balance
• Reducing falls
• Providing relaxation to reduce stress
• Improving co-ordination
• Providing body strength
• Improving posture
• Increasing mental alertness

The Burger Centre offers a range of programs for seniors including Tai-Chi, Hydro-Cise, Strength & Balance and Feldenkrais Method classes   - for  more information contact The Burger Centre http://burgercentre.com.au/index.php/contact-us

http://www.burgercentre.com.au/images/stories/burger/pdf/positive_ageing_brochure.pdf


source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/6453806/Tai-Chi-can-ease-the-pain-of-arthritis.html








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