T’Ai Chi Ch’uan, the Wellspring Source Book. – Mike Symonds

T'Ai Chi Ch'uan, the Wellspring Source Book.

There are many different styles of T’ai Chi Ch’uan in the world and many hundreds of books for each of the main styles: Chen, Yang, Wu or Wu/Ho and Sun, for instance. This is the first ever Jingquanshitaijiquan book. It details the history, main developers over the centuries, essential principles and philosophy that help you to learn and more. Completely illustrated Forms for both the Wellspring Style and the modern T’ai Chi for Health 46 Form. Another first is the Guide to Wu Tang (Wudang) with a mind-blowing scale map showing its enormous “footprint.” All in all a must have book in this series for collectors as well as serious students of the much admired Jingquanshitaijiquan. Unique features abound and points explained in simple ways so as not to confuse. Tiandidao (T’ien Ti Tao P’ai – The Way of Heaven & Earth School) is a rare source of traditional Chinese Taoist Arts not to be missed.

Author: Mike Symonds
ISBN: 9780954293253
Pages: 488 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 21.55 Mb

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