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  1. What are the origins of Tai Chi, and why is it called an internal martial art?
  2. Tai Chi has been shown to help relieve symptoms of everything from anxiety to allergies, with documented benefits for more than 110 health conditions. Why is this slow and relaxing form of movement so beneficial?
  3. Research shows that Tai Chi improves heart and lung function, blood pressure, and the elasticity of blood vessels while also boosting immune function. How does it work?
  4. One clinical study showed that Tai Chi helps boost immunity to shingles virus in older adults. What are the implications of this for other viral diseases such as COVID-19?
  5. You have spent 17 years refining Healing Exercise, a therapeutic/medicinal movement program based on Tai Chi. How did you begin practicing Tai Chi?
  6. You say many health problems of older adults can be traced to problems with walking, posture, and balance. How does Tai Chi help alleviate these problems?
  7. One of the biggest concerns for people as they grow older is falling and breaking bones. How does practicing Tai Chi help prevent falls?
  8. Both Tai Chi and yoga focus on breathing. How is Tai Chi different from yoga?
  9. Studies show that sitting for long periods of time causes many health problems, yet you teach sitting Tai Chi as part of your Healing Exercise program. Can you explain that?
  10. How does Tai Chi provide a “massage for your gut” even when practiced while sitting?
  11. You developed Healing Exercise under the tutelage of Victor ShengLong Fu, a world-famous grandmaster of Tai Chi and several other internal martial arts. What other martial arts are part of Healing Exercise?
  12. American culture is fixated on the idea that bigger is better, and that we should try to look younger as we age. How are these ideas harmful to our health?
  13. How can Tai Chi help us enjoy life more as we age?
  14. With all the health benefits associated with Tai Chi, is it just for seniors, or can younger people benefit from practicing it as well?