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Hi my name is John Hine, welcome to Hine Tai Chi. 
You will find a host of ways to learn Tai Chi and Chi Kung on this site.  From weekly classes, to workshops and DVD’s, there is something for everyone from beginner to advanced instructors.
Research around the world has shown that Tai Chi Reduces Stress, Anxiety and Builds Immunity.
It improves everyday physical functioning, improves cardiac health and generates a feeling of well being.
It also alleviates the symptoms of many diseases including, helping reduce chronic pain, Lower Back Pain, aids Arthritis, helps lower blood pressure,.  And as if that is not enough helps you sleep better too. If you find it difficult to stand two of my DVD’s even show you how to gain the benefits of doing Tai Chi while sitting.  We also have aFacebook page for you to chat with us on.  


We are having some problems with our class links today, so please bear with us.  We will e-mail you out all the relevant information if you contact us via our form :0)


Article of the Day:  Earlier this year, Dutch researchers found that central heating could be making us fat, and that turning down the thermostat to 15-17c for a few hours a day may shed pounds. This is because cold activates the 'brown fat' in our bodies, which helps us burn more calories. There may be other consequences to adjusting the air indoors. Here, we take a look at what you should be doing to avoid potential illnesses.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2588424/Your-central-heating-reason-feel-ill.html

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Jun 28, 2013
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Beat stress, boost immunity, and curb your appetite with this revitalizing 15-minute routine More stamina so you can enjoy your life to the fullest. To the rescue: Qigong

Jun 28, 2013
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A systematic review of the literature on the effect of tai chi exercise on blood pressure (BP) was performed.

Jun 28, 2013
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One of the best approaches in controlling arthritis is exercise. Next to it is proper diet and so on.


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