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Tai Chi By Andrey Shvets
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Original techniques of Tai Chi. Tai Chi is a deadly weapon that is always with you.
This is Tai Chi By Paul Read
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Do you want to start a Tai Chi class - but have a few questions you would like answered first? How long does it take to learn? Is it a martial art or health art? Is it better for your knees or your... More > nerves? How is it useful in your daily life? Find out everything you need to know about the history, the different styles and what to look for in a class - 50 Questions and Answers is the essential book for anyone interested in learning the basics of this fascinating and health-giving art.< Less
Wudang Tai Chi Chuan: Tai Chi for Beginners By Torben Rif
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This book is about the Wudang Tai Chi Chuan short Hand Form 34, in the square version. The square version is a more educative way of learning the Hand Form than if one started directly with the round... More > form. It is like learning the upper-case letters before the lower-case letters and then finally forming them to words.< Less
Tai Chi Ancient Art By Chi Kin Tong
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It is one of the most ancient and complete forms of art, in performance it looks like a graceful classical dance, yet with constant practice of the slow harmonious movement, Tai Chi helps to promote... More > tranquility and physical vitality. There are another functions of Tai Chi can provide a sophisticated method of self-defense, in this book, it also includes the introduction of more than four thousand years of the Chinese history, civilization and the wisdom of the Chinese Calendar. The Tai Chi champion interprets you how to acquire the essence of the art "balance of Yin and Yang".< Less
A Beginners Guide to Tai Chi By Theresa Dufrane
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In Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan, we learn that "Your mind controls your body [movements, actions, muscles], and in turn, you control your mind [thoughts, intentions, decisions]." Tai chi chuan... More > is an exercise discipline and an internal Chinese martial art, practiced for its health benefits, its meditative qualities, and for its defense training. This book covers several aspects of tai chi such as: - Tai Chi History - Chen Style Tai Chi: An Overview Of Skill And Mastery - About Tai Chi Techniques And Training - Acupuncture And Tai Chi For Stress Management - Learning The Sword Of Tai Chi - Brief Context Of Tai Chi - Suitable Styles And Advices For Tai Chi Lovers - How Tai Chi Works In Workplaces - 10 Important Concepts Of Tai Chi - Looking Forward To Tai Chi Benefits And Advantages - Preventing Arthritis Through Tai Chi and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Healing Properties of Tai Chi By Best Publications
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“Healing Properties of Tai Chi”includes chapters on Introduction To Tai Chi, About Healing With Tai Chi,What To Think About When Considering Tai Chi,What To Think About When Considering... More > Tai Chi For Health, Basic Tai Chi Benefits, More Advantages Of Tai Chi, The Correct Practice Of Tai Chi, Effective Use, Researching Tai Chi and The Things You’ll Miss Out On By Not Using Tai Chi.Tai Chi,as it's practiced in the west nowadays, may perhaps best be thought of as a moving class of yoga and meditation blended. There are a number of supposed forms (occasionally likewise called 'sets') which consist of a succession of movements. A lot of these movements are originally deduced from the martial arts (and maybe even more ancestrally than that,from the innate movements of creatures and birds) while the way they're performed in Tai Chi is slowly,gently and gracefully with fluid and even transitions between them.< Less
Tai Chi Blueprints for Healthiness By R Smith
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For a lot of practitioners the focus in doing them isn't, most importantly, martial, but as a meditative exercising for the body. In Chinese philosophy and medicine their lives the concept of 'chi',... More > a life force that animates the body. Among the professed aims of Tai Chi is to further the circulation of this 'chi' inside the body, the notion being that by doing so the health and life force of the individual are enhanced. This 'chi' mobilizes in patterns that are closely related to the nervous and vascular system and therefore the notion is closely affiliated with that of the practice of acupuncture and additional oriental healing arts.< Less
The Truth About Tai Chi By Richard Johnson
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As believed, Tai Chi can increase the flow of energy thus increasing the strength and promoting the serenity and harmony in every system of the body. It’s the meditative and calming aspect of... More > Tai Chi that makes the movements useful in every aspect that can reduce or otherwise eliminate anxiety and stress forming inside the body. It was confirmed by those who underwent sessions of Tai Chi that it really works for personal well-being.< Less
Tai Chi 18 Qigong By Torben Rif
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Tai Chi 18 Qigong improves your balance, coordination, concentration, focus and has been proved to be excellent for lowering high blood pressure. Finally Qigong has a calming and stress reducing... More > effect, which brings inner peace. Tai Chi 18 Qigong is a combination of Qigong and Tai Chi. The series consists of 18 exercises, which allow you to work with the whole body. It will take at least 15 minutes to do the entire series. The exercises are simple, relaxing, elegant yet easy to learn through repetitions of the slow movements.< Less
" Tai Chi For Everyone " By Charles Shovlin
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The book The book describes the postures, mainly taken from the Yang Cheng- Fu form of Taiji both moving and static with the help of photographs and diagrams, and explains the health benefits that... More > go with each posture. The author has made every effort to describe the exercises in as simple a way as possible. If you are a novice you should find the video “Tai Chi For Everyone” a useful accompaniment to the book. Tai Chi movements are wonderful stress free, non-exertive exercises for the benefit of all, appealing to young and old, male and female. Almost anyone can undertake it and people do not need to be in top health to start it. Tai Chi & qigong does not require any special clothing or equipment. The bare minimum is a few square feet of space, whether in a sunny park or your own living room. This highly convenient aspect of tai-chi & qigong has contributed to it becoming one of the world’s most widely practised forms of exercise.< Less