5 edition of Tai Chi for Health found in the catalog.
March 30, 2006
by Agilceed Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
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Tai Chi for Health (TCFH) focuses on the Tai Chi hand form as a physical exercise for health. There Tai Chi for Health book nothing here about the martial side of Tai Chi. Nor do we hear about the energetic concepts of qi, jing and shen. TCFH was first published in It was, as far as I can tell, the second English language Tai Chi book written by a by: 5.
The book, TAI CHI For Health, breaks down the art into 24 forms which even a novice can learn. Pictures provide detailed descriptions, and figures relate what is being learned to the long traditional Chinese backgrounds. Through reading and following the book, TAI CHI For Health, one will find themselves healthier, and more relaxed to start the /5(11).
If you are new to Tai Chi, this is the place to start. The language is a little odd, but it was written for an older generation. The book is broken into three sections: an introduction to Tai Chi which will describe both what Tai Chi is and what the benefits are, a large section describing a traditional Tai Chi sequence in extreme detail, and a section on the history of the most popular strain /5.
The Tai Chi for Health Institute (TCHI) was founded in by Dr Paul Lam and many of his colleagues with the purpose of empowering people to improve their health and wellness through Tai Chi for Health programs. TCHI ensures the quality of training and codes of ethics, it also provides support for instructors and participants.
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The Traditional Sun Style Course Book is the most complete and comprehensive text to date on the Sun style. The book includes chapters on the history of the style, the benefits of practice, the important principles of the style, basic exercises, a complete breakdown of each movement in the traditional form with thorough explanations of all.
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Most importantly, Tai Chi brings a general sense of well-being. Tai Chi for Health was officially released at the International Tai Chi Festival and the third International Exchange Competition opening ceremony in China in August This full colour book focuses on the health benefits of Tai Chi, concentrating on the official Chen Style 18 Short Form, Silk Reeling Energy and Qigong exercises.
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