Tai Chi for Seniors

If a gentler form of exercise that helps improve strength, balance, and flexibility without leaving you drenched in sweat sounds appealing, then Tai Chi might be just the thing for you.

Described as “meditation in motion,” Tai chi is a slow-motion, low-impact form of exercise, modified from an ancient Chinese martial art, that combines deliberate movements, meditation and breathing routines that help with everything from circulation and alignment to muscle control and concentration.

Beneficial to beginners and elite athletes alike, Tai chi is also well suited for those with chronic conditions who may have physical limitations. With its postures and movements flowing together without pauses, Tai chi can look like a slow, graceful dance that keeps your body in constant motion.

If you’re interested in learning more about the health benefits of Tai chi sign up and take a class taught by Chinese Tai chi and Ko Fu Master Sing Chui at the resort Classes are held at 10 a.m. every Thursday, excluding the first Thursday of the month