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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events, & major health journals on Tai Chi & Qigong benefits
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Below, you'll find samples of past print and television media of World Tai Chi & Qigong (Chi Kung) Day event coverage, as well as breaking news on Tai Chi and Chi Kung medical research and celebrity news regarding Tai Chi & Qigong.

The above drop-down menu is a useful reference as you attempt to share tai chi / qigong benefits with others. Articles range from Popular culture publications to financial/business, to veterans publications, all extolling the benefits of Tai Chi & Qigong. You can also Find Tai Chi / Qigong research reports from medical journals.



World Tai Chi & Qigong Day is a global health education effort working to help individuals worldwide enjoy the profound benefits of Tai Chi and Chi Kung.

We help educate millions globally of the emerging medical research on Tai Chi and Chi Kung, and explain the nuances of Tai Chi & Chi Kung in plain language so you can experience the benefits of your local classes or video classes more quickly, no matter what style you practice.

We have connected a half million viewers with Tai Chi and Chi Kung teachers in their area worldwide.

We provide free resources to help those new to Tai Chi and Chi Kung get the most from their local classes, and we also empower teachers with helpful tools to educate their local populations.



Brasilian National Television coverage of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day celebrations throughout Brasil

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"Thank you [WTCQD] for the health related news .... very informative .... and beneficial to share with new tai chi / qigong enthusiasts

thanks again...I appreciate what you do."

     -- Kathy Strandlie, Tai Chi teacher,
        
Eagle River, Alaska


"World Tai Chi and Qigong Day, takes place [the last Saturday of April] . . . To learn more, find instruction on the basics or discover a class in your area, go online to worldtaichiday.org."

  -- USA Weekend


"Maybe we should have World Tai Chi and Qigong Day every week."

    -- International Herald Tribune


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Toronto, Canada Television coverage of World Tai Chi &
Qigong Day celebrations throughout Canada

Canadian Television coverage of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

Italian Television coverage of World Tai Chi &
Qigong Day celebrations throughout Italy

Italian Television coverage of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day




Medical Journals and search engines with continually updated
medical research on T'ai Chi & Qigong (Chi Kung).

Google T'ai Chi Health News is updated daily with Breaking Health News on Tai Chi
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British Medical Journal Tai Chi Health News offers Tai Chi medical research
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Medline Plus Tai Chi Health News offers Tai Chi medical research
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National Library of Medicine & the NIH's Tai Chi Health News offers Tai Chi medical research
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Mayo Clinic's Tai Chi Health News offers Tai Chi medical research
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Google Chi Kung (Qigong) Health News is updated daily with Breaking News on Qigong
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British Medical Journal Qigong Health News offers Qigong (Chi Kung) medical research
[Qigong click here] 
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Medline Plus Qigong Health News offers Qigong (Chi Kung) medical research
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National Library of Medicine & the NIH's Qigong Health News offers Qigong (Chi Kung) medical research
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Mayo Clinic's Qigong Health News offers Qigong (Chi Kung) medical research
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Tai chi boosts your immune system (T-Cell count DOUBLED)

The ancient martial art of tai chi could substantially boost the body's immune system. Medisch Dossier (volume 6, number 7), a Dutch medical newsletter, reports on a study where a group of older men and women (average age of 70) practiced tai chi three days a week for 45 minutes. After fifteen weeks they not only felt healthier, but had twice the number of immune cells or so-called T-cells “with memories”, which are specially equipped to knock out the virus that causes shingles—an affliction in many older people.

http://www.odemagazine.com/news.php?nID=331&a=true




Try Tai Chi -- it's gentle exercise - USA Weekend, Feb 24-26, 2006

"Tai chi is a combination of biofeedback, visualization and gentle exercise movements that together have a profound impact on mental, physical and emotional health," says Bill Douglas, founder and international director of World Tai Chi and Qigong Day, which takes place April 29 this year. "Tai chi is used as therapy for chronic pain and limited mobility, but its greatest power is preventive."

Studies of tai chi show it reduces blood pressure, episodes of anxiety and depression, and symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It also helps give a boost to the immune system, builds bone mass, and improves chronic pain, limited mobility, balance and coordination.

To learn more, find instruction on the basics or discover a class in your area, go online to worldtaichiday.org.

for entire article see: USA Weekend Magazine









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Performance Art Feature: Tai chi: Exploring the art of martial arts

BY J. LAVELL RESK - Special to the Buzz - Thursday, March 31, 2005 - 12:16:20 AM PST

. . . As Lui explained, "Tai chi is not only a healing art and health-building exercise, but a philosophy and way of life to achieve happiness and longevity. It teaches us how to apply the art of relaxation to daily living."

more at: http://www.chicoer.com/Stories/0,1413,135~25096~2791149,00.html


Holistic healer finds answers in remote Mexico

By Liz Best - Special to Palm Beach Neighborhood Post - Wednesday, March 30, 2005

. . . "Live life in the moment and see how richly life unfolds," said Riley, who lives in Juno Beach.

Riley, who ditched a career in journalism after working for The Charlotte Observer and several other newspapers, has a Ph.D. in mind/body medicine, transpersonal psychology and integrative health care.

He's in the business of stress reduction and holistic healing (www.stressreduction.com).

more at: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/jupiter/content/neighborhood/jupiter/epaper/2005/03/30/npj6_rileypro_0330.html



Tai Chi - a beneficial health practice

By: JILLIAN TENTE - March 22nd, 2005 - The Narragansett Times

. . . If you are looking for a work-out that promotes health, vitality, relaxation and the development of "Chi" (internal vital energy), then Tai Chi is the answer.

more at: http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?BRD=1714&dept_id=73828&newsid=14195206&PAG=461&rfi=9




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