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Principles of Tai Chi: The only introduction you'll ever need

Narrated by: Paul Brecher
Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
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An audio adaptation of the best-selling Principles title. This 90-minute audiobook offers a simple and practical introduction to this beautiful martial art that originated in ancient China.

Tai Chi is practised through a series of continuous flowing movements which encourage the flow of chi, or life-force energy.

This 90-minute audiobook offers you a simple and practical way to learn the basic elements of Tai Chi.

It includes:

  • The correct methods of practice
  • How Tai Chi can increase your energy
  • How Tai Chi can improve your health and enhance personal and spiritual development.

©1997 Paul Brecher (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • Suzie v
  • 06-02-18

Bit of a disappointment

I thought maybe this was going to be more instructional on the ‘doing the forms’ front, but it was only more of the few minutes in the downloaded sample. Instructional I suppose if you know next to nothing about Tai chi but not if you need help to learn the forms.

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  • Andrew
  • 05-31-19

Honest, Concise, Inspiriing

Thank you. I just loved it....I feel like I'm off on a new adventure. go raibh maith agat