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The Theory and Practice of Taiji Qigong
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Part 1: The Theory of Qi and Qigong, What is Qi?, Yin and Yang, What Does Qigong Really Mean?, The Small Circulation: Part 2: General Principles of Qigong Practice, How Much Should You Practice?, Optimum Conditions for Practice Correct Posture and Stance to Begin, Refining Your Stance, Breathing Methods; Part 3: The 18 Movements of Qigong.

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The late Chris Jarmey MCSP DS MRSS taught shiatsu, qigong, bodywork therapy and anatomy, and founded the European Shiatsu School. He was the author of many books on anatomy and bodywork, including The Concise Book of Muscles and Shiatsu - The Complete Guide

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"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 " 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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