Overall Strengthening and Wellness
Tai Chi is a moving meditation that can be done on land or in water. It is done with controlled, graceful and relaxed movements. Aquatic Tai Chi is performed standing in shoulder depth water using a combination of deep breathing and slow, broad movements of the arms, legs and torso.
Doing Tai Chi in water helps with correct positioning and support of the body, which makes movements effortless.
Aquatic Tai Chi strengthens muscles, is easy on joints, reduces tension throughout the body and helps with recovery from injuries, surgery or pain.
- Better blood circulation
- Core Strengthening
- Balance, Flexbility, & Mobility
- Range of Motion
- Stress Relief & Focus
- Assists with Recovery/Healing Process
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