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Here is an interesting link for an article about a Tai Chi master who was studied for his ability to control his body through Tai Chi. The research was done at Stanford and seems very solid. Other studies at Stanford and elsewhere have shown that adult practitioners gain balance, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular and immune benefits. http://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2008/05/tai-chi-master-studied-for-power-to-control-body.html...
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The Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (IIQTC) is dedicated to mobilizing citizens of all ages, professions, economic and social status to accept the responsibility for personal health promotion and self-care.  They are a great resource for information about Qigong and it’s benefits as a healing practice. http://www.instituteofintegralqigongandtaichi.org/qigong_tai_chi_research/ You can also visit the Qigong Institute for more information: http://www.qigonginstitute.org...
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For those who have some interest in TaiChi, I highly recommend looking at the YouTube videos on TaiChiCentral.com.  Ian Sinclair is a pretty amazing teacher and has an excellent lesson (lesson 4) on TaiChi Tuishou or Push Hands.   He is a patient and thorough instructor and his videos have a nice relaxed sense of humor along with excellent instruction.  His...
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Tai chi has been shown to be effective for many things, bone density, cardiovascular health and brain functioning, among other things.  Here is an article and a study that supports this and confirms what I have always suspected. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/22/tai-chi-brain-functioning-memory_n_1612276.html...
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