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Tai Chi Book For Beginners
     

Tai Chi Book For Beginners

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by Howard Gibbon
 

Welcome to the World of Lee Style T’ai Chi Chuan
(“The Supreme Ultimate”)

If you suffer from tension and stress, you will find that, with practice, you will learn to relax, able to do so whenever you wish.

If you are shy and timid you will find that in time your posture and breathing will improve, making you in turn feel more

Overview

Welcome to the World of Lee Style T’ai Chi Chuan
(“The Supreme Ultimate”)

If you suffer from tension and stress, you will find that, with practice, you will learn to relax, able to do so whenever you wish.

If you are shy and timid you will find that in time your posture and breathing will improve, making you in turn feel more balanced, confident and in control of yourself.

If you suffer from anger and frustration you will soon remember again the natural beauty and rhythm in life, which cannot be forced, but lived with in harmony.

If you suffer from ill health, you will find that the practice of T’ai Chi will help improve your general health and well-being, increase your energy, tone your muscles, stretch your body, improve your posture and balance, improve your immune system and circulation, improve your strength and flexibility...we could go on and on.

And if you are perfectly healthy and happy, you will find that T’ai Chi is a beautiful, life-affirming
thing to do.
Enjoy . . .

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011442346
Publisher:
Howard Gibbon
Publication date:
07/16/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
77,811
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Master Howard Gibbon has been a practitioner of the Taoist Arts for forty three years, a student of the late Grand Master Chee Soo for twenty-one years. Through dedicated practice and regular personal training with Chee Soo Howard was awarded the highest grade issued by the Grand Master. Having taught the Lee Family Style for the past forty years Howard has guided many students to Instructor levels and continues the work of his Master in regular classes, weekend seminars and specialised workshops all over the country. Howard has also conducted seminars for the Education Service, Mental Health Authorities, Keep Fit Associations and taught in Jersey and Northern Ireland where he was sponsored by Londonderry County Council. Howard has had several articles published in newspapers and magazines on aspects of the Taoist Arts. Howard has made a personal commitment to pass on the teachings he has received in a way that he feels follows the true spirit of the Arts. Producing his own training DVDs and manuals to help students in the learning process.

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Tai Chi Book For Beginners 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
beachlover8484 More than 1 year ago
I thought this book would be great as I like to lean new things, and its for beginners, but the pitures of what each position is too tiny to see what you are suppose to do, so I dont recommend this book
SLBIN More than 1 year ago
Useful information.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good preview for someone who is interested in Tai Chi to get an idea of what they are in for or for someone who is just starting and like most of us has problems remembering everything they covered that night.
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Need bigger pictures.
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Now result two friends.
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Pretty good i guess
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Why.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WhY must all of the free books be SO!!!!!! Bad! :(
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had hoped for actual motions.