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Tai Chi on psychological well-being: systematic review and meta-analysis.

I’ve posted earlier a link to a review article on the health benefits of Taiji and Qigong in general. There is also a review article that focuses on Taiji’s impact on psychological wellbeing that was published in May 2010 in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. The Author reviewed 40 clinical studies published in English or …

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GM Chen Xiaowang’s Xinjia Erlu workshop, Sept 10-11, SF Bay Area

Sifu Tony is hosting a Xinjia Erlu (New Frame Cannon Fist) workshop with Master Chen Xiaowang on September 10-11, in the San Francisco Bay Area. For detailed information on registration, please visit http://chenfamilytaiji.com/special_events.html. For GM Chen Xiaowang’s workshops in other U.S. locations, visit http://chenxiaowang.com/workshops2011.html.

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Yiquan workshop with Master Chen Zhengzhong, May 15, San Francisco Bay Area

My Sifu, Tony Wong, is hosting  a Yiquan workshop with Master Chen Zhengzhong on May 15, in Palo Alto, CA. Details are available on http://www.chenfamilytaiji.com/special_events.html.

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Tai chi improves mood, depression, quality of life, study says – latimes.com

Tai chi improves mood, quality of life for patients with systolic heart failure Excerpt from http://www.latimes.com/health/boostershots/la-heb-tai-chi-heart-failure-20110425,0,7868914.story: Researchers from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital looked at 100 patients diagnosed with systolic heart failure. Half of them were placed in a 12-week tai chi exercise program, performing such moves as …

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clinical evidence: Tai Chi Eases Depression in Elderly

[via Embrace the Moon Taijiquan & Qigong] New York Times reports on results from a new study: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/18/tai-chi-eases-depression-in-elderly This study shows that Tai Chi is more effective in reducing depression in elderly than health education class, and both are much more effective than antidepressant.

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