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Tai Chi Walking: A Low-Impact Path to Better Health Paperback – September 30, 2002
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About the Author
Robert Chuckrow has been a Taiji practitioner since 1970 and has studied Taiji under the late Cheng Man-ch'ing, William C. C. Chen, and Harvey I. Sober. He has taught Taiji extensively and has written four other books. He currently teacher Taiji in Westchester, NY.
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if you practice Tai Chi make sure you apply it to everyday life. It is a simple book for anyone interested in learning the basics of Tai Chi.
Robert has been my Tai Chi teacher for a few years and his classes are like this book. Each chapter gave me a new understanding about the ways I could improve the way I move and also insights to finding a new more healthy and fulfilling journey in other parts of my life. Chapter 1 deals with some of the basic principles of Tai Chi. Chapter 2,3,4 and 5 explore the benefits of correct walking, alignment problems that can occur, dynamics of walking and ways to walk naturally using many of the Tai Chi principles that involve moving with awareness and mindfulness. Chapter 7 speaks about the diffferent ways of walking. Other chapters deal with vision, care of the feet, footwear, walking safely, etc. I and many of my friends have found his hints about, sunburn, poison ivy,dehydration,walking surfaces, etc. very helpful. I had back surgery in Feb 2007 and Robert's Tai Chi classes which begin with some of the stretching exercises described in this book and discovering a more healthy way to walk have helped me to live a normal active life. My feeling is that anybody who wants to explore a different, possibly a more rewarding way to live their life should read this book.