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Tai Chi

Build your inner core strength with the traditional Chinese art of tai chi, an ideal workout for those who are just beginning an exercise regime, searching for a less strenuous workout or on the road to recovery.

Aimed at fostering a healthy mind and fit body, tai chi is suitable for people from all walks of life and ages. Research has shown that tai chi can help to prevent a decline in functional balance and gait among older people. This ancient art promotes functional stability by building core strength especially in the lower extremities. This workout is highly recommended for senior citizens as active participation in the sport can help to reduce the risk of falls.

Come and join the tai chi groups in our parks and gardens. Breathe in the fresh air and listen to the sweet chirpings of the birds as you sway your body and swing your hands slowly in accordance to the instructor's demonstrations.

This traditional healthy art form is available throughout Singapore. If you reside in the north, you can practice tai chi at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, Yishun Park and Woodlands Town Garden. Join like-minded Tai Chi enthusiasts in the west at Choa Chu Kang Park and Clementi Woods Park, or head over to our other parks such as Singapore Botanic Gardens, East Coast Park, Duxton Plain Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park and Pasir Ris Park.

Enjoy health benefits and gain new friends when you join an active tai chi community today! Come on down and exercise your way to a healthier you!

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Last updated on 31 December 2014

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