An introduction to the ancient art of Tai Chi. The interest in a holistic approach to health has led people around the world to take up exercise routines, such as Tai Chi, which aim to reduce stress and induce lasting health and lifestyle benefits. Grandmaster Gary Khor explains the origins and history of Tai Chi as well as why it can be of such lasting benefit. After illustrating the basic movements and principles of Tai Chi, the book shows how they can be integrated into a comprehensive exercise routine taking just 20 minutes a day.
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Grandmaster Gary Khor is the founder and president of the Australian Academy of Tai Chi, the largest such organization outside of China. The author of several books on Tai Chi, he has produced a series of videos, appeared on television and has had articles published in numerous magazines. Gary has conducted over 100 local and international workshops, and is also very involved in corporate stress-control programs.
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