Tai chi is a great way for people with MS to be active. It has a number of health advantages, including effects on strength, balance and flexibility. It is also a great tool to relax and unwind. This series by Polskie Towarzystwo Stwardnienia Rozsianego (Polish MS Society) demonstrates Tai chi sequences for people with MS.
In the fifth video, follow along with a Tai chi exercise sequence that can be done seated. This series is ideal for people with limited mobility.
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