Tai Chi Made Easy: A Step-by-step Guide to Health and Relaxation

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People's Medical Society, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
This ancient Chinese system of exercise for body and mind is fast becoming recognized as an ideal way to deal with the pressures of modern living. Tai Chi Made Easy provides practical instruction on how to learn and perform the most popular style of tai chi - the short yang form. This graceful sequence is broken down into a structured learning program of eight lessons, each of which includes easy-to-follow, step-by-step photographs and clear instructions for every movement featured. The fundamental principles of tai chi - how and why it works - are also explored, along with specific advice on how to get the most out of practicing tai chi.

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two The Early Moves
three Introducing Narrow Stances

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About the author (1997)

Robert Parry is an instructor in the health and relaxation aspects of Tai Chi, and a practicing astrologer, achieving diploma qualifications from the Faculty of Astrological Studies. His main concern is the promotion of astrology to a general readership - hence the emphasis in his work on defense and debate. He has developed a witty well-informed thought-provoking and accessible style. He is a member of the Astrological Association of Great Britain and lives in Kent.

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