T'ai Chi Ch'uan: A Simplified Method of Calisthenics for Health & Self Defence

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North Atlantic Books, 1981 - Sports & Recreation - 135 pages
This is the original classic about Short Form, the most popular and widespread form of T'ai Chi in the West. T'ai Chi Ch'uan is a must-read for every serious T'ai Chi student. This book is not meant to "teach" T'ai Chi Ch'uan, but meant to expound upon its meaning to the earnest practitioner; to offer the layperson a glimpse into this ancient art; and to communicate the author's unique perceptions and experiences that only a lifetime of practice can cultivate. Taken in this context, this is a most valuable book.
 

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Contents

My Own Experience
28
Pushing Hand Practice with Fixed Steps
112
How to Uproot Your Opponent
126
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About the author (1981)

Cheng Man Ch'ing published T'ai Chi, the Supreme Ultimate Exercise for Health, Sport and Self-Defence in 1967. He wrote over a dozen other books on many subjects, including the I Ching, the Tao Te Ching, the Analects of Confucius, as well as poetry, essays, and medicine. He died in 1975 at age 73.

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