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Kick stress in the face

If the daily grind is getting on top of you then a session of the Chinese martial art t’ai chi might be exactly what you need.

T’ai chi is often used as a complementary medicine and is said to be beneficial to health and relaxation, however because of its slow pace it’s more commonly used as a form of exercise for the elderly or infirm.

As an instructor working to bring more people into the art, David Clyant says that the practice can be used to “promote the circulation of qi (life force)… and enhance a practitioner’s overall health.” So if it’s almost exam time and you could use a bit more qi then remember to check the right bar for t’ai chi workshops in Cardiff.

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