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The ultimate mind, body, and soul workout!
Your essential hands-on guide to the 5,000-year-old practice of T´ai Chi
Exercise is good for the body and soul. Let Therese Iknoian show you how to energize, find inner peace, and tone your muscles – with the gentle art of T´ai Chi. Filled with illustrations and step-by-step instructions on T´ai Chi's Yang 24-Movement Form, as well as Qigong and Push Hands, this friendly guide helps you unite a flexible body with a balanced mind.
THE DUMMIES WAY®
Explanations in plain English
“Get in, get out” information
Icons and other navigational aids
Online cheat sheet
Top ten lists
A dash of humor and fun
Discover how to:
Increase balance and flexibility
Combat fatigue and reduce stress
Tone your muscles
Tap into your energy
Breathe mindfully and meditate
Enhance your sense of peace and well-being
Excellent background on Tai Chi history! Diagrams were hard to follow which wouldn't be surprising since people need a real teacher to accomplish moves.Published 1 month ago by Gardenlily
Has a better breakdown with line drawings of each step in the short form Yang than anything else I could find.Published 2 months ago by Maryjane Finne
“Tai Chi For Dummies” is a great complement for enhancing Qi which is the life force and the miracle of healing.This book is similar to “Saam Medical Meditation”. Read morePublished 4 months ago by evan mahoney
This is a great book for those that need a little help in understanding tai chi. I recommend this particular book to my beginning students
I have taken T'ai Chi for some years, and this is one of the two most helpful books for beginners I have found. It is clear, personal writing. Read morePublished 10 months ago by James L. Edwards
I have been doing Tai Chi at the Y and wanted a book to refer to at my home.
It is nice and very informative. Lots of good info too. You will not be disappointed.