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Not a beginners book, but a great book if you have some basic Tai Chi experience.
It is very interesting, and if you are asking questions about the forms and stuff you are learning, this will answer them.
The author describes each move (posture) in great detail, but I found it very dificult to visualize the moves.
Very details and easy understand & Practise for our daily exercisePublished 2 months ago by Adrian Hiew
The author - one of the great masters of Tai Chi
many photos in the book Patriarchs Tai Chi. Intereresno when studying history and the history of Tai Chi Yang Style
This is an outstanding technical manual for experienced taichi practitioners seeking to take their art to a higher level. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Red Reader
This was good, but I prefer a video instead of books. It was interesting reading and informative, thank you for asking my opinion.Published 6 months ago by Nathaniel L. Grant CPP
Mastering is a lifetime practice and the reading and rereading of this book is too. Mastery might be an achieveable goal with the wisdom in this bookPublished 8 months ago by gopigirl
Should be included in any Tai Chi library. Not a beginners book, but a great book if you have some basic Tai Chi experience.Published 8 months ago by clark w gray
Very good, for questions of alignment and structure. Never hard to understand, it will help the most in the early stages of practice.Published 8 months ago by james parks
I really learned so much from this book and there is still more to learn.
The diagrams, along with descriptions, made it possible to actually accomplish many of the... Read more
FU YU. ONE OF THE BEST. UNBELIEVABLE, MUST READ you must judge for yourself, but I highly recommend it. one two three four five six seven eight. nine!!Published 9 months ago by Fidel Montalvan