Category: MS and Tai Chi

December 11, 2017 Pam Dye No comments exist

Fall Equinox and Qigong Fall equinox, which arrived on September 23rd, means the seasons are opposite each other at the Equator. People living in the Northern Hemisphere call it the autumnal or fall equinox and people living in the Southern Hemisphere call it the  spring equinox – their first day of spring. Qigong and Tai…

August 16, 2017 Pam Dye No comments exist

How Tai Chi and Qigong Helps the Physically Challenged You’ve heard this before “Tai Chi Chuan is for everyone-all ages and abilities”. Numerous studies conducted have shown some of the benefits of practicing Tai Chi and Qigong over a period of time can help a person’s  balance and flexibility, relaxation, increase their cognitive ability, and…

June 16, 2017 Pam Dye No comments exist

Practicing Qigong and Tai Chi Chuan Every new student that joins one of my classes is asked a simple question – “Why do you want to study Tai Chi?” I usually get the same responses: “To improve my balance, coordination, flexibility.” “ To learn to relax.” “For health and personal wellness.” “To help me with…

December 23, 2016 Pam Dye 1 comment

Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong is For Everyone People these days take Tai Chi for many reasons but most people take it because of the positive health benefits: – Improves flexibility – Increases blood circulation, muscle strength and physical stamina – Promotes relaxation – Has been known to lower blood pressure – Decreases the risk…

August 12, 2016 Pam Dye 2 comments

MS and Tai Chi Chuan My focus on this blog will be my personal experiences dealing with MS and the impact of daily practices of Tai Chi Chaun on my physical and mental capacities. I’ve always said to people that Tai Chi Chuan is “my medicine”. I have PPMS (Primary Progressive MS) which means I…