Tai Chi can be a vital component in the re-establishing of neural connections that may have become damaged due to injury or disease. The slow and purposeful pace of Tai Chi allows the body and the mind to pattern the movements into the body’s neural circuitry. In this way, alternate neural pathways are developed. Continued practice establishes these alternate pathways and enables the individual to perform daily tasks in a more regular fashion.
One can regain their focus, coordination and balance; these abilities are vital to completion of one’s daily activities. Practicing Tai Chi, in addition to improving your daily functioning, can also bring calmness and tranquility to your life.