Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Energy Boost for Seniors With Chi|
Genres: Exercise & Fitness
This quick workout promotes the circulation of energy or Chi throughout the body. The workout combines slow flowing movement with visualization to increase the feeling of alertness and strength. The workout ends by centeri... more »
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Boost For Seniors
D. D. Noble | Leeds, MA United States | 02/27/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"These simple exercises take only 20 minutes of your time. They are an excellent source for stretching your back muscles and clearing out the kinks.
So if you are new at this and have never done yoga or stretching exercises, be careful, don't overdo it and take your time. The verbal instructions are really good and the exercises are done slowly and methodically with meaningful explanations. And it does give one an energy boost. This type of energy is very fine and etheral but delivers a powerful boost. Also, this may not be for some people. Everyone is different and needs what works for them. But this definitely works for me and when I don't do them, at least every other day, I can tell the difference."
A Bit Surprising...
chi-whiz | United States | 05/12/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I love all of David Dorian Ross' Tai Chi DVDs but this one surprised me. Since it was labeled for Seniors, I thought it would be fairly easy to do. I actually found it to be the most challenging of his DVDs and even wondered if his title "Energy Boost for Seniors" referred to senior (master) tai chi experts. The kicks left me off balance and I thought that there should have been more references to adapting these moves to seniors who might have some physical issues. It seemed lacking in instruction."
Slow Movements for Health Improvment
Patricia Haines | Northumberland, PA | 09/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Energy Boost for Seniors is a must for anyone who is interested in T'ai Chi or other oriental based exercises that emphasize correct breathing, balance and coordination. David-Dorian Ross presents the exercises in a style that is easy to follow. One of the things that I appreciated about this DVD was that it was only 16 minutes in length. At 81, this is a comfortable amount of time for me to be able to follow and do all the exercises. These are exercises that can easily be learned and you can eventually make up your own routine so that you are not tied to just this one set of exercises. I would encourage people to buy additional programs such as T'ai Chi daily practice. This is two complete T'ai Chi workouts and would add to your repertoire. There are many DVD's availble in T'ai Chi and I would encourage you to browse and buy what appeals to you."