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The Doctors share how tai chi is helping people experiencing homelessness in Utah.
A couple noticed an increase in the homeless population near their public library, so they began hosting free tai chi classes, which they found beneficial to their balance and anxiety levels.
The first class only had 1 participant, and now 3 years later they teach as many as 50 people in each class.
The panel loves this program and note tai chi is great at reducing stress levels, along with relaxing the mind and the body, all of which could be extremely beneficial to people experiencing homelessness.