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      Msj wrote Feb 12, 2010
    • Yes! as a practitioner of martial arts for over 15 years and teacher of Tai Chi Chuan I must say absolutely.

      I have assisted teaching Grandmaster Wen Mei Yu. Classes held at UCLA medical center in Los Angeles.

      Since being under her tutelage I have learned that the weight bearing movements of Tai Chi Chuan help strengthen bone and help with balance.

      Having worked with a variety of students; martial artists, the YMCA Burbank, senior citizens and disabled people;
      I prefer to teach elderly and disabled people because I have first hand experience of the healing abilities in TCC and have witnessed many of my students progress.

      Seems I have found yet another subject to blog about!

      Tammy



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      Frannie1964 wrote Feb 12, 2010
    • Sure, I have minor arthritis In my hips and when I was having alot of pain, I took aleve for a couple days but I also had just joined the gym and started exercising and It made me feel so much better In my hips that I didn’t need to take aleve anymore, and now that I don’t esercise as much, I can feel my arthritis coming back now and then. So I think exercising does help out somewhat.happy



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