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How I Use Tai Chi in My Psychological Counseling

By Dr. Elizabeth Nyang About the author: Dr. Nyang is a LCPC (Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor) and ATCQA-certified Tai Chi Practitioner. She holds a master’s degree in counseling and a…

Summary of the Presentation: Tai Chi for Mental Health

To observe the Mental Health Awareness Month in May, ATCQA released the slide show, “Tai Chi for Mental Health”. ATCQA Certified Instructors/Practitioners and members can use it for presentations to…

Four Health Qigong Movements Tackle a Health Issue Affecting One-Third of Women

Urinary incontinence (UI) is a great problem of public health, especially for women’s quality of life. UI impacts at least 21.6% of the global population, and more than half of…

A Tai Chi & Qigong Exercise Customized for Young People: Short-term, Targeting Core Strength, Explosive Force and Anxiety

Taichi Qigong exercise offers numerous health benefits and could serve as a suitable option for college students. Traditional programs, however, are time-consuming and necessitate long-term commitments, which may not suit…

The Effects of Different Types of Tai Chi Exercises on Preventing Falls in Older Adults

A Chinese study reported by the journal Aging clinical and experimental research in March 2024 compares the effects of four types of Tai Chi exercises on preventing falls in older…