Virtual Tai Chi and Qigong – The Real Solution for All of Us

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, April 24, 2020

Firstly, I want to say “Hello” to all my JinLi family. How are you going? I’ve been challenged and I know I’ve had it easy compared to most in Australia. Time is very strange; the day disappears and I reflect on how long we have been “protecting” ourselves and realise it’s been a relatively short time. read more

Tai Chi and Qigong – A Good Night's Sleep is a Movement Away

Tara Brayshaw - Thursday, May 23, 2019
Can’t Sleep? You aren’t alone.  read more

Meditation - Take Control of Your Life!

Tara Brayshaw - Thursday, December 15, 2016

"THE BEST WAY TO GET STARTED IS TO QUIT TALKING AND BEGIN DOING" - Walt Disney  read more

Tai Chi Dreams – Music Specifically Designed to work with Practitioners’ Mind and Qi Flow

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, December 02, 2016

JinLi is proud to announce the launch of an incredible new music album specifically designed for Tai Chi practice – “TAI CHI DREAMS”. read more

Why JinLi Wushu-Tai Chi Actively Supports Victorian Seniors Week

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, October 14, 2016

Every year, JinLi Wushu-Tai Chi actively supports Victorian Seniors week to ensure as many senior Australians are exposed to the health benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong as possible. read more

Bad Boys Rock with Tai Chi and Qigong

Tara Brayshaw - Monday, June 13, 2016

The stage-diving wild child of rock, Iggy Pop of The Stooges, credits 40 minutes of Qigong a day with staying on the road, staying sane and still having pecs at 65 years of age; Lou Reed, singer and guitarist from The Velvet Underground tamed his "rock and roll animal" by practicing Tai Chi for three hours a day; The American Grammy winning music producer, actor, rapper and leader of the Wu Tan Clan (rap group), RZA has trained in Kung Fu and Tai Chi for a number of years, and says it keeps him on track. read more

Study: Tai Chi and Qigong Show Some Beneficial Health Effects

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, June 03, 2016

A review of scientific literature suggests that there is strong evidence of beneficial health effects of tai chi and qi gong, including for bone health, cardiopulmonary fitness, balance, and quality of life. read more

Study: Tai Chi on Psychological Well-Being: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, June 03, 2016

We know that physical activity and exercise are supposed to improve psychological health. However, the question has been what if any, effect Tai Chi has on stress, anxiety, depression and mood disturbance in eastern and western populations. read more

Study: Tai Chi Relieves Arthritis Pain, Improves Reach, Balance, Well-Being

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, June 03, 2016

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – In the largest study to date of the Arthritis Foundation's Tai Chi program, participants showed improvement in pain, fatigue, stiffness and sense of well-being. read more

Study: Tai Chi Reduces Pain and Improves Physical Function for People with Knee OA

Tara Brayshaw - Friday, June 03, 2016

Osteoarthritis (OA) refers to a clinical syndrome of joint pain accompanied by varying degrees of functional disability and impaired quality of life. The prevalence increases with age, and OA is one of the leading causes of pain and disability for the adult population worldwide (NICE 2008). read more

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