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Tai Chi Fit for CANCER Prevention & Recovery

by David-Dorian Ross

Improve Your Health with Gentle Tai Chi. Whether you hope to prevent cancer, are facing a current diagnosis, or are in recovery after treatment, exercise is known to be a crucial factor in your improved health. Higher physical activity is linked to lower cancer risk, and studies show strong evidence that exercise is a vital component for your ongoing wellbeing.

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Improve Your Health with Gentle Tai Chi

Whether you hope to prevent cancer, are facing a current diagnosis, or are in recovery after treatment, exercise is known to be a crucial factor in your improved health. Higher physical activity is linked to lower cancer risk, and studies show strong evidence that exercise is a vital component for your ongoing wellbeing.

The mind/body aspect of tai chi, with its soothing and gentle movements are an ideal form of exercise that also helps raise your spirit, improve your mood and develop a positive mental attitude. Tai chi can be easily adapted for anyone, whether sitting, in bed, or recovering from surgery.

Exercising several times a week may help balance the chemistry of the body, reduce inflammation, and improve your metabolism. This short tai chi fit workout has nothing to memorize; just do what you see on screen and enjoy your practice.

David-Dorian Ross leads an easy class to help you:

  • Balance the hormones and growth factors associated with some cancer development and progression.
  • Prevent high blood levels of insulin, which has been linked to cancer.
  • Reduce inflammation, which is related to many diseases.
  • Improve immune system function and response time.
  • Improve your metabolism and digestion, reducing your exposure to possible carcinogens.
  • Lose weight and feel great!
    • Harvard medical school says: “Tai chi is often described as meditation in motion, but it might well be called medication in motion." Just follow along, breathe deeply and keep smiling!

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