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Ai Chi for Fall Prevention in community-dwelling adults

Ai Chi for Fall Prevention in community-dwelling adults An Ai Chi-based aquatic group improves balance and reduces falls in community-dwelling adults: A pilot observational cohort study from Australia. | October 2016 By Elizabeth

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Water Tai Chi (Ai Chi) for People Living with Parkinsons disease

Water Tai Chi (Ai Chi) for People Living with Parkinson's disease Effects of an Ai Chi fall prevention programme for patients with Parkinson's disease. By Pérez-de la Cruz S. from the Department of Infirmary, Physiotherapy

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Advantages of Combined Tai Chi and Ai Chi

Advantages of Combined Tai Chi and Ai-Chi Evidence-based Review: Theoretical Benefits of Water-based Tai Chi for Musculoskeletal Disorders By Salvador Israel Macías-Hernández and María de los Angeles Soria-Bastida from the Department of Osteoarticular Rehabilitation, National

Ai Chi for Multiple Sclerosis

Ai Chi for Multiple Sclerosis Effects of Ai Chi on balance, functional mobility, strength and fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis: A pilot study. By Bayraktar D, Guclu-Gunduz A, Yazici G, Lambeck J, Batur-Caglayan HZ,

Potential Benefits of Ai Chi postures

What are The Potential Benefits of Ai Chi Postures? Flexibility and core (abdominal) strength benefits the most. Trunk stabilisation and balance, and pain management are also two most often experienced benefits of Ai Chi practice. As a

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The Positive Effects of Ai Chi Postures

The Positive Effects of Ai Chi Postures Ai Chi movements can be used to improve: Chronic pain Arthritis Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Balance deficits Diabetes Multiple sclerosis (MS) Other neurological and orthopedic

Ai Chi Physical Movement Principles

Ai Chi Physical Movement Principles Ai Chi is flowing, soft, round movements executed with a profound inwardly directed focus. It requires a non-judgmental attention to self. Move with the water (muscles and joints will relax

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