Seated Exercises for You #33


Welcome to Healing Tai Chi (Taiji)!

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Please click on the cover above for more information and for immediate download to your #Nook, #PC, #Kindle or #Mac.

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Below is your free new seated exercise for the week.  Hopefully you already own an exercise band.  If not, they are available in most drugstores and medical supply stores at a reasonable price. You will no doubt find many uses for it as you continue your exercise program.  Please feel free to leave a comment in the “leave a reply” box below.

Please join us in our quest to find the best seated exercises for those of us with temporary or permanent mobility limitations.  So…if you are a healthcare professional, caregiver or a taiji or qigong instructor, we would like to hear from you.  Please send a short article, photos or videos of the exercises (seated or standing) you use for your students or patients to healingtaichi@yahoo.com with the subject line “chair tai chi blog.”

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The exercises in this blog are intended for educational purposes only.  Please consult your healthcare provider before you begin any new exercise program,

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Happy New Year 2015!


Have a happy and healthy New Year!

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We’ll be back after the New Year with a new exercise video and health information.  In the meantime, please scroll down to find past posts to use.  We hope you make this blog a part of your New Year’s resolution to improve your health and well-being in 2015.

Merry Christmas!


From Our Family to Yours…

Have a very merry Christmas

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We’ll be back with a new post and exercise video in the new year.  In the meantime, please scroll down for previous posts.

Seated Exercises for You #32


Welcome to Healing Tai Chi (Taiji)

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Please click on the cover above for information and for immediate download to your #Nook, #Kindle, #PC or #Mac.

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Below is your new seated exercise.  Please leave your comments in the box at the bottom of this page.  I look forward to hearing from you.

Please join us in our quest to find the best seated exercises for those of us with temporary or permanent mobility limitations.  So…if you are a healthcare professional, caregiver or a taiji or qigong instructor, we would like to hear from you.  Please send a short article, photos or videos of the exercises (seated or standing) you use for your students or patients to healingtaichi@yahoo.com with the subject line “chair tai chi blog.”

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The exercises in this blog are intended for educational purposes only.  Please consult your healthcare provider before you begin any new exercise program,

Seated Exercises for You #31


Welcome to Healing Tai Chi (Taiji)!

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Please click on the cover above for more information on this short e-book for young dancers and for immediate download to your #Nook, #IPad, #Kindle,  #PC or #Mac.

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Below is your new exercise for this week.  It is a standing exercise but very gentle and slow.  If you are unable to stand long enough to complete the exercises, try practicing one part of the complete set at a time.

Please join us in our quest to find the best seated exercises for those of us with temporary or permanent mobility limitations.  So…if you are a healthcare professional, caregiver or a taiji or qigong instructor, we would like to hear from you.  Please send a short article, photos or videos of the exercises (seated or standing) you use for your students or patients to healingtaichi@yahoo.com with the subject line “chair tai chi blog.”

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The exercises in this blog are intended for educational purposes only.  Please consult your healthcare provider before you begin any new exercise program,

Seated Exercises for You #30


Welcome to Healing Tai Chi (Taiji)!

Tai chi in a chair new book cover

Please click on the cover above for more information and for immediate  download to your #Nook, #Kindle, #PC or #Mac.

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Here is your weekly seated exercise video.  Please feel free to leave a comment in the “leave a reply” box below.

Please join us in our quest to find the best seated exercises for those of us with temporary or permanent mobility limitations.  So…if you are a healthcare professional, caregiver or a taiji or qigong instructor, we would like to hear from you.  Please send a short article, photos or videos of the exercises (seated or standing) you use for your students or patients to healingtaichi@yahoo.com with the subject line “chair tai chi blog.”

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The exercises in this blog are intended for educational purposes only.  Please consult your healthcare provider before you begin any new exercise program,

Seated Exercises for You #28


Welcome to Healing Tai Chi (Taiji)!

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Below is your seated exercise video for this week.  These exercises are intended to strengthen your rotator cuff and are performed lying on a bed although you might be able to do them sitting in a chair as well.

Please feel free to leave comments on the videos presented each week in this blog (shown below as “leave a reply”).   I would love to hear from you.

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Please join us in our quest to find the best seated exercises for those of us with temporary or permanent mobility limitations.  So…if you are a healthcare professional, caregiver or a taiji or qigong instructor, we would like to hear from you.  Please send a short article, photos or videos of the exercises (seated or standing) you use for your students or patients to healingtaichi@yahoo.com with the subject line “chair tai chi blog.”

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The exercises in this blog are intended for educational purposes only.  Please consult your healthcare provider before you begin any new exercise program.