Studies dating back to the 2010s as cited in the BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders have shown that when practised for more than 10 weeks regularly, Tai Chi can lessen the pain experienced by those suffering from arthritis. This is most likely due to the low impact but focused movements that tend to improve muscle function in the upper and lower limbs slowly.
Many people find Tai Chi appealing because it's inexpensive and requires no special equipment or a lot of space. You can do Tai Chi anywhere, including indoors or outdoors. Plus, you can do Tai Chi alone or in a group. The fact that it helps calm your mind, move your body, and bring some balance into your daily life makes it a great health activity to add to your daily life.