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.
About my journey through life, the struggle to shake off the shackles of my childhood and to become who I really am and the controller of my future destiny. Creating a life of beauty and happiness in the service to others. Born of the realisation that as we move through life, our existence changes in ways we could never envisage.
If you are on a mission to discover the depth of Tai Chi you will find much to interest you within these pages.There are no techniques, no strange sounding names, no chest pounding. Instead you are invited to seek the wisdom within. A collection of articles in which Howard instills his understanding gleaned from his own 43 years of practising Tai Chi and related arts.
The practice of Tai Chi Chuan may easily change your life—if you let it.
The potential benefits of T’ai Chi are enormous and varied.
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This book concerns the Taoist Arts of Tai Chi, Self Defence and the philosophy out of which they were born. Written without the use of obscure technical terms it will appeal to anyone interested in knowing what is behind those flowing, meditative movements. Howard has been a student and teacher of Tai Chi for 38 years and brings a fresh approach to this fascinating subject.