This is Tai Chi: 50 Essential Questions and Answers

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What is Tai Chi and why is it taught as a Martial Art by some and as a Health Art or Way of Life by others? What are the origins of the art and why are there different styles? What is the "Form" and how long does it take to learn?
These are a few of the 50 simple questions in this fascinating book full of anecdotes, facts and humour, that will help you choose the class of Tai Chi right for you. More

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About Paul Read

Writer and teacher of Tai Chi and many things (not quite 10.000) based in the Granada area of Spain. Born in London, England but raised as a Wanderer and Ponderer of the Way. Now I am perpetually and linguistically lost, but recovering a little clarity through the use of good technology, soft philosophy and many glasses of gazpacho during the humid summer months.

As Teapotmonk (Tai Chi identity) I can be found at the blog listing below.
As Gazpachomonk (Spanish identity) at the website listed below.

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What is Tai Chi all About?
It is difficult to get straight answers about Tai Chi. This short video - using stunning images and music - looks at some of the more universal benefits that are acquired from the beginning of any practice.

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Reviews

Review by: Brian Debasitis on Jan. 03, 2012 :
This little book was well worth the $3. If you're looking for help in planning a pursuit of Tai Chi, give this book a read. If you're looking for someone to tell you what to do in regards to Tai Chi, this isn't for you.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: PeterRobinson on Dec. 04, 2011 :
Having picked up the book a while back, I have only now had time to read it. What a great reference for useful knowledge when answering questions about what Tai Chi is, talking to friends about the benefits, the styles and forms, the history. Sure there are other books that cover this type of thing in various ways, but I have found this one really good as an intro to Tai Chi.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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