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Each: $12.00An exclusive Beginning Level Chart showing the movements of the first third of the Yang Style Short Form as modified by Professor Cheng Man-ch'ing. This easy-to-read chart shows:
New Qi Gong DVD now available!: $29.95 plus s/h. We are very pleased to finally have this 2 DVD set availalbe for shipping now! For a detailed description click here.
Here is a review from one of the first persons to purchase this dvd from us:
"I received the two DVD set this weekend. Today was my first
opportunity to play them and my first impression of DVD #1 is
AWESOME. Your focus and description of the Five Elements is excellent. Overall the DVD's are very professional, easy to understand and visually appealing. I
look forward to #2."
-- Kathy de Bucy, Director
Canadian Acupressure College
New reduced price!: $24.95 plus s/hDVD Produced for the T'ai Chi Foundation by Rick Brown to be used as an aid in your study of T'ai Chi.
The first section of this DVD shows the Yang style short form as a continuous flow from beginning to end, emphasizing the internal principles of T'ai Chi. The second section shows a round which pauses at the postures to point out specific indications in the form. Also included, is a short introduction to our school and as a special bonus, some rarely seen footage of our school's founder, Patrick Watson. 27 minutes.
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Cheng Man-ch'ing, the famed master of t'ai chi, is regarded as an enormously influential figure in codifying the most widely practiced form of the ancient martial art. This volume, developed by the martial arts master and scholar, details the way that students arrive at a posture -- from beginning movements to the end pose. Softcover $13.95
This is the original classic about the Short Form the most popular and widespread form of Tai Chi in the West, it is a must read for every serious Tai Chi student. Softcover $12.95
Introduces the history and principles of T'ai Chi Chuan, along with step-by-step instructions for the Yang Style Short form as modified by Professor Cheng. Includes the applications of T'ai Chi for self defense. Softcover $19.95
This text has been and still is tremendously illuminating to me. Though I have read it as casual reading a couple times, I have found it most useful when digested a concept at a time. The explanations while thick are necessarily so. Professor Cheng has thoroughly described each motion and it's application. A very complex task indeed. Each time I work out I pick a section of the book and try to refine that portion of the form. Each time I am amazed by Cheng Tzu's ability to turn a movement I have made thousands of times into something new and amazing. Paperback $18.95
Part an insight to the influential Tai Chi Professor, part sagely advice on how to practice Tai Chi, and part one man's personal search for meaning, There Are No Secrets is composed of many short untitled chapters that relate these parts in almost wandering way. Each chapter is self-contained and brief enough to drive the point without pontificating. Lowenthal's "relaxed" style is invigorating and helps the overall flow of the book making it a joy to read. Softcover $16.95
A comprehensive record of the teachings of the Yang family, including oral instructions, mnemonic verses and training songs, commentaries on the T'ai Chi classics, essays, autobiography and family legends. Softcover $11.95
Includes the very first translation of form instructions and integral self defense visualizations from Professor Cheng's original Chinese manuals. Essays on T'ai Chi theory, meditation, medicine, the I Ching, painting and calligraphy show the scope of his contributions and the unity of his thought. Softcover $10.95
Translations of Chinese classic writings on the internal meaning of T'ai Chi Chuan. Softcover $14.95
Professor Ch'en, a student of Yang Ch'eng-fu, shares the questions he put forward and the answers he received from the Master.
Professor Cheng presents practical and profound commentary on the ancient text. A must for any student of the classics Includes a biography of Professor Cheng. Softcover maybe available on back order at $17.95
A new insight into the wisdom of the writings of Lao Tzu. Softcover $11.95
These essays by Sun Tzu, written in China more than 2,000 years ago, set out the principles and strategy for the conduct of war. This translation includes historical references and commentaries by Chinese military leaders and outlines the influence of Sun Tzu's writings on modern warfare. Softcover $12.95
Written in 1645 by Japan's most renowned warrior, this is the classic guide for any situation where plans and tactics are used. Today, its philosophy is studied and applied by students of the martial arts as well as business executives and military leaders. Contact us for price and availability.
The theory and practice of Chinese medicine presented in terms that can be understood by a western audience. A good introduction to Chinese medicine. Contains valuable information for all students of medicine and healing. Softcover $18.95
A well written and comprehensive study of the theory of Chinese medicine with in-depth explanations of the treatments and therapeutic applications. Examines the essential principles of traditional healing methods with an emphasis on their relevance for healing in our times. Softcover $15.00
The Founder of the College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture (UK) and the Traditional Acupuncture Institute (USA) addresses the questions most commonly asked by those considering acupuncture treatment.Temporarily out of print.
An introduction to Oriental Medicine and the Five Element theory. Concise and easy to understand, Ms. Connelly presents each Element and its correspondences as well as an explanation of traditional diagnosis and treatment techniques. Softcover $16.00
An easily read, enjoyable collection of poetry and narration relating to life and health. Softcover $16.00
Order Written in the form of a dialogue in which the emperor consults his physician on all questions of health and the art of healing. Regarded as the seminal work of Chinese medicine. Softcover $27.95
"The best work o Tibetan medicine ever to appear in English." Dr. Barry Clark. Softcover $14.95
In 1927, Walter Evans-Wentz published his translation of an obscure Tibetan Nyingma text and called it the Tibetan Book of the Dead. Popular Tibetan teacher Sogyal Rinpoche has transformed that ancient text, conveying a perennial philosophy that is at once religious, scientific, and practical. Through extraordinary anecdotes and stories from religious traditions East and West, Rinpoche introduces the reader to the fundamentals of Tibetan Buddhism, moving gradually to the topics of death and dying. Death turns out to be less of a crisis and more of an opportunity. Concepts such as reincarnation, karma, and bardo and practices such as meditation, tonglen, and phowa teach us how to face death constructively. As a result, life becomes much richer. Softcover $17.95
This book will introduce you to a whole new level of dream understanding. Rather than seeing dreams as messages from the Psyche, the Dzogchen tradition of Tibet views them as an opportunity to recognize and interact with the foundations of your life. Softcover $12.95
Thomas Merton, the Trappist monk and author of more than fifty books on spiritual, philosophical and social issues, was one of those rare Western thinkers who was completely at home in the philosophies of Asia. A collection of his poetic renderings from the Chinese classic attributed to the great figure of early Taoism conveys its spirit in a way no other translation has. Softcover $12.95
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