“This gentle form of exercise can help maintain strength, flexibility, and balance and could be the perfect activity for the rest of your life.”  

                                ― Harvard Medical School

Tai Chi is backed by medical research

Research from Harvard Medical School supports the claims that practising Tai Chi has a beneficial impact on the health of the heart, bones, nerves and muscles, immune system, and the mind.

Peer-reviewed, scientific studies conclude that regular Tai Chi practice is clinically proven to:

Improve balance and increase immune function

Reduce stress

Reduce arthritis and Fibromyalgia pain

Increase strength, bone density and range of motion

Promote mobility and flexibility

Improve sleep quality

Nurture yourself with Tai Chi


Staying healthy in this fast-paced, demanding world is more challenging than ever.


Prolonged stressors can strain the body and contribute to chronic health issues and diseases.


Working long hours, being sedentary, and not taking care of yourself can have negative consequences. In fact, studies now show that extended sitting standing in one place is taking a major toll on people’s health.


Take time to nurture yourself. Practicing Tai Chi can help you relax, feel better, and be more productive.