Synopses & Reviews
The Chinese secret for youthfulness, health and long life lies at least partly in T'ai Chi, the ballet-like calisthenics they've practiced for centuries. This rhythmical art stresses slow breathing, balanced and relaxed postures and absolute calmness of mind. The practice itself need take no more than ten minutes a day. This book is a complete step-by-step manual for the beginner that will enable anyone to master the sequence of thirty-seven postures that make up the T'ai Chi solo exercise.
This text is a complete step-by-step manual for the beginner. It aims to help them to master the sequence of 37 postures that make up the T'ai-chi solo exercise.
A complete step-by-step manual that will enable anyone to master the sequence of thirty-seven postures that comprise the T'ai-chi solo exercise
About the Author
The late Cheng Man-ch'ing was an international authority on T'ai Chi and wrote two earlier books on the topic.
Robert W. Smith is also the author of The Secrets of Shaolin Temple Boxing and A Complete Guide to Judo. He lives in Hendersonville, North Carolina.