- Tai chi means supreme ultimate.
- Tai chi offers proven health and fitness benefits, including stress reduction, relaxation, strength, flexibility, movement, flow and improved balance.
- Tai chi emphasizes “flow”—the sixth component of fitness that is the link between your mind and body.*
- With our approach to tai chi, there are no sequences of moves to memorize. You, your friends or your co-workers can join our class anytime and start flowing.
*The other five components of fitness are muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Tai chi is good for the body and the mind.
- Reduce blood pressure and lower your heart rate
- Decrease anxiety and cultivate tranquility
- Boost energy and stamina
- Improve cognition (and perhaps even memory)
- Improve balance and flexibility
- Build muscle strength and definition
- Increase aerobic capacity
Tai chi is 1 of the 5 best exercises you can do, according to Harvard Medical School.
Jet Li does taiji, too! Jet Li does tai chi, too! Jet Li to promote tai chi throughout the world. Think of it this way. When you do TaijiFit, it’s like you’re hanging out with Jet. Or at least you’re in the same circles. David-Dorian Ross, creator of the TaijiFit™ Experience, is the world’s leading expert in how to integrate taiji into fitness and preventive medicine. TaijiFit™ is the first and only program endorsed by Physical Education and Sports authority of China. This helps insure the integrity and authenticity of the program. The TaijiFit™ Instructor certification is recognized by ACE (American Council on Exercise), AFAA (Aerobics and Fitness Association of America), ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine), CanFitPro, and NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine). In addition, TaijiFit™ is approved or endorsed by the International Wushu Federation and the Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy. Whew! That’s a lot of recognition, names and acronyms.