Paul Read
2018 |

The majority of people learning Tai Chi Forms never finish them. Some are too long, others are just too complex. Fortunately, there are a series of postures that are common to all Tai Chi Schools, and these can be learned quickly and easily in this introductory book. This book takes you through the footwork, the arm positions and then introduces each posture, linking them slowly into a flowing and beautiful short sequence that will serve as a daily practice to work on at home or supplement your existing training. Find inside sections on: *History of the Tai Chi Form *Advice from the classic Tai Chi Writings *How to learn the stepping patterns *How to learn the arm patterns *Step-by-step the 10 Postures *How to expand the Form from 10 to 30 or more steps *How to Mirror the Form *How to add repetitions *How to add transition moves Including inline references, video links and over a 100 step-by-step photos this simple guide provides all you need to learn the basic moves of Tai Chi.

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The Beginners Guide to the Tai Chi Form