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The Tai Chi Space: How to Move in Tai Chi and Qi Gong




The Tai Chi Space
How to Move in Tai Chi and Qi Gong

By  
Paul Cavel (Author)

Aeon Books , 2017
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    About this book

This pictorial guide with supporting text is the first of its kind, illuminating the fundamentals of the arts of tai chi and qi gong through metaphor and visuals that are easy to understand.

Beginning students will learn basic principles in a simple format, while experienced stylists will discover nuances that shed light on the secrets of deep, internal, and energetic training that powers the well-documented health and healing benefits of the arts.
 
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Paul Cavel is the founder and principal of the Tai Chi Space, a London-based school established to teach Water Method arts. He has been a full-time health, healing, and meditation arts teacher for over 20 years, and he's a certified soft tissue and injury therapist. Paul holds a mechanical engineering certificate from London City and Guilds and is an avid blogger and the editor of Inner Quest, a self-published journal dedicated to sharing the lineage teachings of the Water Method. Visit him at www.paulcavel.com.
 
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ISBN: 9781904658986
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Sizes: 229x152mm
Publication: 9/2017
Weight: 246g
Languages:
English



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