1: Introduction to Tai Chi for Seniors Discover the benefits of Tai Chi for seniors, a low-impact exercise that improves balance and flexibility.

2: Warm-up Routine Start your day with gentle stretches and deep breathing exercises to prepare your body for Tai Chi practice.

3: Qi Gong (Chi Kung) Exercises Learn ancient Chinese energy exercises to promote relaxation and improve circulation in the body.

4: Tai Chi for Arthritis Practice slow and controlled movements to reduce joint pain and stiffness associated with arthritis.

5: Yang Style Tai Chi Follow a sequence of movements to increase strength, balance, and mental focus with this traditional Tai Chi style.

6: Tai Chi Fan Routine Add a fun and unique element to your practice by incorporating a fan into your Tai Chi routine.

7: Tai Chi Sword Form Master the art of Tai Chi with a graceful and challenging sword form routine to enhance concentration and coordination.

8: Tai Chi Push Hands Improve your Tai Chi skills by practicing push hands exercises with a partner to develop sensitivity and balance.

9: Cool Down and Relaxation End your Tai Chi practice with calming breathing exercises and self-massage techniques for a rejuvenated body and mind.