Taiji Qigong is an easy-to-learn system of energy-enhancing exercises which co-ordinates movement with breathing and inner concentration. If practiced regularly, it will give you more energy, improve health and help prevent illness. Taiji Qigong is widely practiced throughout the Far East and increasingly throughout the Western world. Research indicates that Qigong relaxes the muscles and nervous system (so improving the function of other body systems) and benefits posture, balance and flexibility of joints. This book acts as an in-depth instruction manual for the practice of the 18 Stances of Taiji Qigong. The book is written with all levels and depths of practice in mind, and is constructed so that you can take from it the necessary information and techniques to suite your own individual goals. The book is broken into three parts and covers the theory of Qi and Qigong; the general principles of Qigong practice; and the 18 movements of Taiji Qigong in detail.
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Chris Jarmey, M.C.S.P., D.S., M.R.S.S., is the Course Director / Principal of the European Shiatsu School. He has served several terms as the Education Officer, Medical Liaison Officer and Assessment Panel member for the Shiatsu Society. Chris has specialist skills in therapeutic Eastern and Western exercise, and has been practicing and teaching Yoga and Qigong for over 25 years. He is the author of several best-selling books, including The Concise Book of Muscles, also published by Lotus Publishing. Chris teaches body mechanics, bodywork therapy, and anatomy extensively throughout Europe.Review:
"A very well presented, comprehensive book on the ever popular Chinese Taiji Qigong exercises. The information contained in this book provides an invaluable source or reference for all levels of practitioners, seeking to gain a better insight and understanding into this fascinating ancient Chinese system of energy-enhancing exercises."
- Tai Chi and Alternative Health magazine
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