A Morning Cup of T'ai Chi: One 15-Minute Routine to Nurture Your Body, Mind, and Spirit

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Crane Hill Publishers, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 80 pages
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This colorfully illustrated 15-minute exercise routine introduces readers to the basics of the ancient "bodymind" art of Tai Chi. The author approaches Tai Chi with fun and simplicity, making this a practice anyone can engage in and enjoy. Tai Chi, the ancient Chinese art of mind-body harmony, is designed to achieve a balance of mental and physical fitness. It combines elements of calming, focusing, strengthening, toning, and balance. Tai Chi is popular among all age groups, especially seniors, because of its low physical impact and tremendously positive impact on vitality.

John has developed and trademarked a revolutionary way to teach Tai Chi, called the New Forest Way. This simple method makes the art of Tai Chi easy for people of all ages to learn and use daily to improve their health.

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About the author (2004)

John Bright-Fey is a 40-year veteran of the Chinese Health Exercise and Martial Arts. He is a highly accomplished Master Instructor, and a world-renowned expert and authority on Tai Chi. John established his practice in California before moving to Alabama in 1990 with his wife. A year later, he opened the Blue Dragon Academy in Hoover, Alabama, where he began teaching Tai Chi and other Chinese disciplines. He is also the author of A Morning Cup of Meditation, A Morning Cup of Qigong, and numerous top-selling Tai Chi videos.

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