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Tai Chi: A Beginner’s Guide - cover

Tai Chi: A Beginner’s Guide

M.E Dahkid

Publisher: M.E Dahkid

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Summary

How to Master The Ancient Art of Moving Meditation! 
 
 
The practice of Tai Chi provides many benefits to the human body. Aside from the physical benefits, the practice of Tai Chi can bring improvements in different aspects:  
 
Challenge – Learning to master Tai Chi challenges your physical and mental capabilities. Tai Chi requires effort, patience, and discipline.  
 
Improved coordination – Tai Chi progressively improves your gross physical coordination and even the most subtle aspects of physical movement. It utilizes integrated whole-body movements, so it compels your body to move different parts at the same time with smoothness, correct speed, and harmony.  
  
Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... 
The Fundamentals of Tai Chi 
Tai Chi Styles and Forms 
Different Tai Chi Moves 
Learning by understanding the moves 
Tai Chi Warm Up Exercises 
The Tai Chi Work-Out 
Integration into Your Daily Life 
....and Much, much more! 
 
 
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