Tai Chi Relieves Fibromyalgia


Check out the results fo this study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. This is new work, published in 2012 shows (again) that Yang tai chi and it’s soft gentle movements help people suffering terrible pain feel better. 

I am happy to say, this is the exact form I teach at the center. So, please come in and try it. One of the things I love best aout treating pain with tai chi, no icky side effects as you’d experience from medication. And if you become addicted to tai chi as a form of exercise, you’ll just live a healthier life with less pain and more peace of mind.

Please know that if you have restricted or limited mobility, I can adapt the exercises for you. Anyone can learn this.Image

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Author: Hillary Johnson

Improvisational documentary and fine art photographer.

8 thoughts on “Tai Chi Relieves Fibromyalgia”

    1. Thank you William. How sweet. I love how the science just keeps coming. And it’s a shame that people suffer needlessly and take gobs of meds with so many really serious side effects. Thank you for the reblog too. You rock!

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  1. Great post! It’s nice to see people talk of ways to treat pain and disorders with other means … not just medication. I’ve been treating my arthritis with the help of a chiropractor and am amazed by how good I feel.

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  2. Medication can be a real relief when needed but I think that more often what’s needed is healing action which in the long run, brings greater relief and freedom from pain and freedom in our lives. The ability to move and be in the body in a positive way is important too.

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