Tai Chi by Phil Robinson
The Way Of Balance In An Unbalanced World: A Complete Guide To And How It Can Stabilize You Life

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With a picture of Mr. Robinson teaching his grandson, the back page reads:""Mr. Robinson, a Master of Yang Tai Chi, had undertaken two projects. The first is to hand down to his grandson, 46 years of knowledge and experience in the Martial Arts.
The second is to hand down this knowledge and experience to you through the pages of this book. Much effort has been taken to give the reader a complete guide to Tai Chi in a language that is uncomplicated and yet very detailed. This book is like none of the other books about Tai Chi you have ever seen.

This book, written through the eyes of a Master raised in the South, not only tells you of the history and origin of Tai Chi, but explains how Tai Chi can be such a positive influence in your life. The breathing, the relaxation, the harmony, the exercise, the philosophy, the self-defense, the health and healing created in ancient China allcome together in this book as a means to benefit you today.

This is a must read for everyone, from the complete novice to the experienced in Tai Chi.""
 

About Phil Robinson

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Phil Robinson, Ph.D., MPhil (Urban Policy), CQSW, is a qualified social worker who has worked for 35 years in both statutory and voluntary sectors. He is Chief Executive of Quarriers, a registered Scottish charity providing care and support for adults and children with a disability, children and families, young people, homeless young people, people with epilepsy and caregivers.
 
Published March 4, 2011 by Authorhouse. 187 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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