Tai chi gong (TCG) uses means tested science based approaches having the power to offer valuable outreach that meets or exceeds community standards for stress-reduction and harm reduction.

Works via smart biomechanics, decompression tactics low impact body movements, posture, 'mind in body, promotes relaxation skills enhancements via slowed down body movements, breathing and more. (Lancet). Tai chi gong is known to help ensure public safety for example through its balance training adjuncts and by employing age appropriate workouts anyone can do. Flexibly, the deeper programing addresses various needs based criteria, existing as a tool for those wishing to share with others in need.

The TCG protocol represents proof of concept for modifiable risks associated with arthritis, skeletal muscle strength, balance, coordination and cognitive skills building.

Energy Advancement Systems (EAS) uses Live and Video programming to help implement its intended effect via digitized outreach, or scheduled local classes. These tools stimulate knowledge sharing towards citizen self-efficacy and balanced health promotion, as per a set of flexible predetermined collective implementable strategies.

Analytics: Shares data streams.

LAMP, Inc. partners with other non-profits seeking cross disciplinary type of programming in the effort to offer benefits to their clients. Invites charting of any perceived stress reducing effects towards educating and increasing the public's awareness.

LAMP, Inc. seeks institutions capable of housing classes, a facility large enough to contain groups participating in regular scheduled exercise workshops, symposia, weekly events. Feel free to contact us in regards sharing opportunities.


"Tai Chi Qigong for survivors of breast cancer: a randomised controlled trial"

"Efficacy of Tai Chi and qigong for the prevention of stroke and stroke risk factors"

"Tai Chi Has Similar or Greater Benefits Than Aerobic Exercise for Fibromyalgia, Study Shows"

"Tai Chi for stroke rehabilitation: protocol for a systematic review"

"Traditional Chinese Exercise for Cardiovascular Diseases: Systematic Review and Meta‚ÄźAnalysis of Randomized Controlled Trials"