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A practical approach to the ancient Chinese movement for health and well-being.
Tai Chi is a movement practice firmly rooted in Chinese culture and philosophy. The Complete Illustrated Guide to Tai Chi is a beautifully photographed, informative and practical guide to the life-enhancing practice of the short form of Tai Chi. Extensively researched and clearly explained this comprehensive guide includes:
History, origins and philosophy of Tai Chi
Basic principles – movement and the body
Life energies – meridians and the 7 major chakras
Mind, movement and focus
A step-by-step guide to the complete movement sequence
Other important aspects of the art of Tai Chi
Tai Chi for life, health and leisure
Angus Clark offers a fully comprehensive interpretation of the short form of Tai Chi, presented in a style that is easy to follow and relevant to contemporary life.
About the author
Angus Clark is an experienced Tai Chi tutor and a recognized instructor of the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain. He learned directly from Grandmaster Dr Chi Chiang Tao, which places him in the Cheng Man Ching lineage. He founded the School of Living Movement in Devon, where he offers a contemporary approach to learning Tai Chi. He teaches nationally and internationally.