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The Dao of Taijiquan: Way to Rejuvenation (Tai Chi) Paperback – December 15, 1989
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I am a long-time student of Tai Chi, and the discovery of this book has greatly enhanced my practice.
The book is very eclectic; it covers the major traditional forms of Tai Chi. The diagrams, though they suffer from the same fate as any diagram of martial motions, are actually fairly decent. The author also has a very simple writing style which is both pleasant to read, and very matter-of-fact.
If you know nothing about Tai Chi, and are just curious to know what it is about, then this book may be a bit much for you. I would recommend "Tai Chi for dummies" or something along those lines. If, however, you have a serious interest, then this book will be an invaluable asset, and is highly recommended.