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Book: 108 Insights into Tai Chi Chuan by Michael Gilman

108 Insights into Tai Chi Chuan—A string of Pearls

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Book: Paperback

Availability: In Stock and Ready to Ship—Cart Button

Pages: 128

Illustrations: 25

Code: B582

ISBN: 1-886969-58-2

Release Date: January 1, 1900

Skill Level: Skill level 1 recomended Skill Level 2 Skill Level 3

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108 Insights into Tai Chi Chuan—A String of Pearls, focuses on important elements of Tai Chi: health, breathing, posture, body mechanics, visualization, Chi flow, Pushing Hands, and more. 108 Insights into Tai Chi Chuan is written by Michael Gilman, who has been teaching Tai Chi for more than twenty years. He is also a national Grand Champion competitor in Pushing Hands (Taste of China tournament, 1994).

You’ll discover how to get the fullest health benefits from Tai Chi, improve your Pushing Hands with simple exercises and visualizations, and learn tips to keep your body (especially the knees) in tune for a lifetime’s worth of Tai Chi.

  • Have more fun with your practice!
  • Improve your skills!
  • Discover helpful insights on teaching others!
  • Enjoy the good health that Tai Chi brings!

Michael Gilman

Michael Gilman, a long time teacher in the human potential movement, was born in San Francisco, California in 1943. After graduating from the University of Arizona with a degree in Theatre Arts, he worked as a television director, actor, and dancer. Mr. Gilman began his studies of Tai Chi Chuan in 1968 with Master Choy Kam-Man in San Francisco. Master Choy's father, Choy Hok Peng, a long time student of Yang Chen Fu, is credited with introducing Tai Chi to America in the 1940's. END

5 starsLike Having Your Tai Chi Teacher in your Back Pocket, Gregory T. Candy (Amazon reviewer) July, 2000

This book is great supplement for someone who is currently studying tai chi, and for the accomplished tai chi player as a both a review and an aid if they in-turn teach. For me, it is like having my teacher in my back pocket. The book collects all the kinds of observations my teacher makes in class about form, performance, or chi while we're doing it. Gillman takes these little gems of advice and compiles them into wonderful and articulate collection. The subtitle A string of pearls is in that spirit and an appropriate subtitle.

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