Tai Chi for Diabetes | Dr Paul Lam | Instructional DVD

This specially designed program by medical and Tai Chi experts will bring health benefits for anyone, it is especially safe and effective for people with diabetes.

According to traditional Chinese medicine, enhancing life energy (Qi) in the appropriate acupuncture meridians (energy channels) will improve diabetes. This program is also designed to enhance these meridians.

After an introduction of Tai Chi and diabetes, warm up and cooling down exercises, this programs contains Qigong for Diabetes, 11 basic movements and 8 advanced movements. Viewers can learn different part at their own pace using the step-by-step instructions.

The set is based on both Yang and Sun style, selected to enhance Qi (internal life energy) and provide the progressive exercises safe for people with diabetes.

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Designed to prevent and improve control of diabetes by gently increasing physical activities, cellular uptake of glucose and relaxation. It enhances Qi (life energy), which according to traditional Chinese medicine will help control diabetes. For people who don't have diabetes, practicing it could prevent diabetes, or just improve fitness and health.

The program is supported by Diabetes Australia.

Contents:

** Introduction
** Warm up and cooling down
** Qigong for diabetes
** The basic movements
Commencement movement.
Opening and closing hands
Waving hands in the cloud x 3 left
Opening and closing hands
Fair lady working at the Shuttle
Opening and closing hands
Toes kicks left and right
Opening and closing
Waving hands in the cloud
Opening and closing hands
Closing movement

** The advanced movements
Waving hands in the cloud x3
Opening and closing hands
Stroking bird's tail left
Opening and closing hands
Stroking bird's tail right
Opening and closing hands
Waving hands in the cloud x3
Opening and closing hands
Closing movement
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Added on September 9th, 2016
Last updated: August 5th, 2018