Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction

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Element, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 119 pages
In Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction, internationally acclaimed practitioner Paul Crompton opens the doors of this world to beginners and deepens the experience for the more advanced student. Beginning with the history and philosophy of Tai Chi he moves on to a detailed explanation of the famous Tai Chi sequence of movements, the 48 Form Set. Illustrations, diagrams and many practical exercises will enable students of all abilities to master the basics of the ancient healing art of Tai Chi.

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What is Tai Chi Chuan?
Tai Chi and Philosophy
The Theory of Chi Kung

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Crompton is a leading practitioner of tai chi and publisher of martial arts books based in the UK.

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