27 Jul Tai Chi Meditation Medical Brain Research-Testimonials, University of Kansas Turning Point Students
Mounting neurological research shows that Tai Chi and Meditation can increase brains size, improve cognitive function, and possibly delay the onset of dementia.
See an overview of some of that research, and also testimonials of Tai Chi Meditation students participating in the University of Kansas Turning Point – Center for Hope and Healing classes.
These classes are taught by Tai Chi author, Bill Douglas, author of a best-selling tai chi book “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to T’ai Chi & Qigong,” and the 2009 Inductee to the Internal Arts Hall of Fame in New York. Bill has been a Tai Chi source for Prevention Magazine; The New York Times; China’s Xinhua News Agency; Reader’s Digest; The Wall Street Journal; and media worldwide.
Bill is the Founder of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day, celebrated annually in 80 nations, and officially recognized by governors of 22 US States, senates and legislatures including the Senates of New York, California, and Puerto Rico, and was recently recognized by the Brazilian national government. It is celebrated the last Saturday of April each year, and events are free and open to the public.