Taiji As Moving Meditation

Taiji As Moving Meditation

Fundamental Principles and Practices

Paul G. Fendos, Jr.

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A clear introduction to Taiji, a slow and rhythmical martial art, this visual guide shows how it can be used as a 'moving meditation' that bestows strength, vigour and longevity.

The book focuses on helping people apply the principles of the Taiji practice by offering a short introduction to its history and philosophy, as well as a primer on its general practices as established by the International Wushu Federation. Divided into five chapters, it includes an easy-to-learn warm-up, stances, hand techniques, steps, breathing, basic moves and the four Forms that are usually learned to receive a black belt in the art.

With a growing focus on alternative ways of improving general health and well-being, <i>Taiji as Moving Meditation </i>is the perfect guide for those wanting to enhance focus and peace of mind.


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Paul G. Fendos, Jr.:
Dr Paul G. Fendos, Jr. has over twenty years of experience teaching Chinese Studies at university and college levels. He is the Director of East Asian Martial Arts, is a certified instructor in Wushu Kungfu & Taiji, and has taught Taiji in the Minnesota State System of College and Universities for over ten years.

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