Zen Tao Chi-Kung Tai Chi has many health benefits. Doing Tai Chi on a regular basis increases energy, strengthens muscles, ligaments and tendons, relaxes nerves, loosens joints, helps balance by improving posture, enhances perception, and increases awareness. Recently studies on the benefits of Tai Chi have been published. BBC has published an article about Tai Chi being very effective for arthritis. The 2013 report can be read at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-20937753. Also Harvard Medical School has published an article The Health Benefits of Tai Chi.
The New England Journal of Medicine published a study showing that Tai Chi can benefit fibromyalgia patients. For a synopsis see New England Journal of Medicine.
Tai Chi, also known as walking yoga, incorporates 108 moves into a continuous, slow and fluid motion. Not only does this form of exercise incorporate flexibility and endurance but also improves emotional well-being.
Some Health Benefits
Reducing anxiety and depression
Improving balance, flexibility and muscle strength
Reducing falls in older adults
Improving sleep quality
Lowering blood pressure
Improving cardiovascular fitness in older adults
Relieving chronic pain
Increasing energy, endurance and agility
Improving overall feelings of well-being
stated in a past
Mayo Clinics Article