8 Best Articles on Tai Chi
The most useful articles on tai chi from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Tai Chi Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on tai chi by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- Yoga, Pilates, tai chi, qigong — what’s best for me?
- Leaked ‘Tai Chi’ Document Reveals Binance’s Elaborate Scheme To Evade Bitcoin Regulators
- Five ways to improve flexibility
- He Never Intended To Become A Political Dissident, But Then He Started Beating Up Tai Chi Masters
- Why Tai Chi needs more love from the tech world
What is ...?
New to #tai chi? These articles make an excellent introduction.
What Is Tai Chi? A Guide to Tai Chi for Beginners
The mind-body practice of tai chi combines movement and breath to create energetic flow and improve overall health. Learn more.
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Yoga, Pilates, tai chi, qigong — what’s best for me?
Mindfulness and mind-body practices are hot, and some of the most popular mind-body exercises are yoga, Pilates, qigong and tai chi. All four integrate movement, breathing exercises and meditation.…
Five ways to improve flexibility
Try tai chi, pilates or yoga to boost strength, eat enough protein, and dissolve tension in a warm bath. And give it time – make it part of your life
Why Tai Chi needs more love from the tech world
The mindful movement practice is as good as yoga at improving strength and reducing stress. So why don't more apps teach it?
Protect your bones with tai chi
Tai chi is a gentle exercise that helps prevent falls and may reduce the chance of a bone fracture. Those who perform tai chi see a 20% to 40% reduction in fall risk. In addition, there is some…
Tai Chi? No, Thai Cheese
Around 65 percent of the global population has a decreased ability to digest lactose after infancy; among those of East Asian descent, that number hovers somewhere between 70 and 100 percent. With…
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on tai chi.
Leaked ‘Tai Chi’ Document Reveals Binance’s Elaborate Scheme To Evade Bitcoin Regulators
The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, Binance, made plans to use its U.S. presence to deflect regulators and profit from American investors in spite of regulatory restrictions.
He Never Intended To Become A Political Dissident, But Then He Started Beating Up Tai Chi Masters
On a recent Thursday evening in August, a 40-year-old MMA gym owner in Beijing named Xu Xiaodong activated his VPN, hopped over the Chinese government’s internet firewall, and began his first-ever…
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