Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

January 1, 2012

Corporate Wellness through Tai Chi

Mayo Clinic researchers agree!

If you are in the Everett area? Call (425) 348-5207 to start your company on the path to health and wellness through Tai Chi.

Dennis Dilday, D.C.
Everett Tai Chi Chuan

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6 Comments »

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  2. […] there have been multiple studies that have demonstrated the health benefits of Tai Chi, this study was the first to focus on a comparison of arterial compliance between the Tai Chi […]

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  3. […] so it goes. Workplace wellness programs are an opportunity to put great solutions way upstream of many very serious problems and make a real difference in people’s lives, […]

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  4. […] is another. The more functional and comprehensive the exercise, the better. I like to think of Tai chi as perfect partly because it enhances, corrects or maintains healthy breathing, posture, sitting, […]

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  5. […] choices. Here are two examples supported by research in terms of effectiveness and cost savings. Corporate Wellness Through Tai Chi (Mayo Clinic Research) is one. Bending & Lifting Workshops is another. Call our office for […]

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  6. […] many an expensive dead end. Keep it simple; follow the scientific evidence whether it’s a physical, chemical or mental initiative you consider. Share […]

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