Tai chi offers a host of benefits for older adults. It’s a low-impact exercise ideal for seniors with limited mobility or recovering from injury. Tai chi corrects poor posture habits. It strengthens muscles, stabilizes joints, increases balance and boosts mobility confidence, reducing the likelihood of falls. A growing body of research has demonstrated tai chi’s effectiveness in lowering blood pressure, alleviating arthritis, easing anxiety and depression, delaying the onset of dementia and alleviating Parkinson’s symptoms. Seniors who routinely practice tai chi are active and social, enjoying a higher quality of life.
Five Reasons a Hot Yoga Practice is Ideal for Beginners (Seriously)
When it comes to hot yoga, we are all beginners – every single day, even if we’ve been practicing for years. It’s one of the things we love most about Bikram hot yoga. This introduction to 26 entry-level poses will help you build a strong foundation for your yoga practice. You’ll never be bored with the class and your mind and body will thank you for it.