Best of 2013: Martial Arts

While some students at the Tai Chi Association of Colorado Springs are learning self-defense by using their opponent's strength against them, others are fighting more personal battles. The business' creative director, 48-year-old Julie Paler, says many of the students are 35 or older and are looking for healing through tai chi. The studio helps clients suffering from physical ailments from joint pain to Parkinson's disease find internal strength and relieve pain. Classes are offered to all ages, including kids and teens, but the martial arts method is perfect for adults and seniors since it does not require great muscle strength, Paler says. — Whitney Bryen

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