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Jakarta Post

Meditation in motion

  • Dian Kuswandini

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Wed, September 2 2009   /  10:24 am

Training the consciousness: Tai chi practitioners train at Alam Semesta Hermitage. Adherents say tai chi can help with chronic medical. Courtesy of Alam SemestaSay hello to feeling calm, refreshed and energized. With tai chi, there’s no sweating or panting, but you’ll achieve vibrant health anyway.  The term “tai chi” probably evokes an image of a group of senior citizens practicing slow motion exercises in a park in the morning. Although there’s nothing wrong with that impression, there is actually plenty more about tai chi that might mean you find it is right for you. So, what’s really interesting about tai chi, which offers benefits for people of all ages? Described as meditation in motion, this ancient Chinese martial art is believed to be able to connect the mind and body. By promoting serenity through its flowing graceful movements, tai chi can help reduce the stre...