Last weekend I attend a day course exploring the use of Tai Chi exercises in rehabilitation. It has been well documented that modified Tai Chi is helpful for balance and arthritis, being a gentle, safe and modifiable form of exercise. The course involved learning and practising Tai Chi movements and exploring the potential use in clinical scenarios. I found that already I have been able to explore some of the principles into my Physio practise. Many of the cornerstones to re-educating movement are also the key movement principles in Tai Chi – focus, posture and alignment, breathing, weight shift and movement starting from the trunk.