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Tai Chi in Flight

 

Flying can be a health hazard. Studies have shown a significant percentage of people who fly for more than four hours suffer from DVT (deep vein thrombosis or clots in the vein), a serious, possibly fatal condition. This short DVD contains a set of simple stretching exercises incorporating Tai Chi principles, followed by a set of Qigong (to cultivate internal life energy) exercises. They can be practiced in your seat without disturbing the person next to you. After learning both segments, you can practice the entire set by following Dr Lam in a flowing rhythm. Designed to give vitality, help prevent thrombosis, and improve flexibility for people from long flights or other rides; it can also be used by almost anyone who needs gentle stretching exercises while sitting down. 35 mins

 

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Tai Chi in Flight  Dr. Paul Lam

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