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Tai Chi Chuan Classical Yang Style par [Jwing-Ming, Yang]
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Gold Winner - 2011 IP's Living Now Awards
Gold Winner - 2011 eLit Award
Finalist - 2011 Eric Hoffer Award
Finalist - 2011 USA Best Book Award

Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) is a slow and relaxed moving meditation. It is also a sophisticated martial arts system. Through practicing Taijiquan, you are able to calm down the mind, locate your spiritual center, and consequently find your entire being. From the relaxed moving exercise, you can bring your physical body into an ultimate level of relaxation and natural ease, resulting in smooth Qi (inner energy) and blood circulation. This is a key to maintaining health and recovering from sickness.

This book is an in-depth guide for beginners to learn Taijiquan properly. It offers a general plan for practicing Taijiquan, and then goes into great depth to present enough content for proper learning.

You will learn:
  • What Taijiquan is
  • How to practice
  • The history of Taijiquan
  • Taijiquan postures
  • About Qi and Qigong
  • Main Fundamental stances
  • Categories of Qigong
  • Taiji qigong
  • Qigong training theory
  • Qigong and Taijiquan
  • Taijiquan thirteen postures (eight doors and five stepping)
  • The traditional Yang Style Taijiquan Long Form
This REVISED EDITION has a new easy-to-follow layout, each movement presented in a series of large photographs with clear same-page instructions for each Taiji posture. This book is sure to advance your practice and save you much time and energy.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 43876 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 396 pages
  • Editeur : YMAA Publication Center; Édition : Revised Edition (1 avril 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B005BOMP4E
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24 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tai Chi Chuan, Classical Yang Style, 2nd ed. 17 octobre 2010
Par Dolores L. Sparrow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you are not familiar with the first edition of this book, you cannot appreciate the great improvements that have been made in this one, the second edition. Now you will find more than Figure numbers under the hundreds of action photos that are found in Chapters Three and Four. Instead, you will find complete sentences, even paragraphs, with specific guidance that will allow you to better understand how to make your classical Yang style Tai Chi Chuan more effective. When it comes to the theory and history of Tai Chi Chuan, Dr. Yang never fails his readership. In addition, Dr. Yang's scientific background also comes into play. Perhaps you have never fully understood bioelectricity before, but if you read this book, you will; moreover, you will learn how the complete long form and qigong are closely tied to this phenomenon. Dr. Yang writes: "Every living blood cell has to have qi to keep living." And "Each blood cell can be thought of as a small battery, which contains the `charge' of bioelectricity," that is, the qi. Do not forget to follow along with the DVD that accompanies this new edition. Among other topics are lectures on taiji qigong and taijiquan, and demonstrations of various sets of exercises and movements that are found in the book. This is a book you will want to have handy when you practice Tai Chi Chuan Classical Yang Style.
11 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent First Text from Dr. Yang 5 novembre 2010
Par dmk-pdx - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Full disclosure. I received my copy for review from the publisher.

If you look at my other reviews for YMAA materials you'll see that I don't readily gush about Taiji books. That said, this is the book I would want to use if I was starting fresh with the Yang Long Form.

After three years of daily practice in Cheng Man-ch'ing form (a martial context) I was compelled to attend a class in the Yang long form. The one hour a week class included a competent teacher leading the form in a health context and offering very general correction, mostly adjusting my CMC habits to her version of Old Yang. Without this book I'm afraid I would have had little more to go on.

This material is everything a newcomer would need short of personal instruction. The stepping directions are offered for each image. There are very helpful arrows showing lines of movement and expressed energy. There is a section with martial applications and plenty on applicable Qigong.

The production values for the book are quite good. The cover has a very classy texture and the printing and proofreading are good enough to be invisible. I only mention them here because I've complained in the past.

I've also grumbled silently in the past about frequent references to other YMAA books. It often seemed in the past that I would need to buy another book if I was going to find the information to continue down an interesting path. Not so here. There is enough on each subject to give a full meal. Other books are referenced but only to supplement. This IS as complete a guide as one could want in a single volume.

In my Ba duan jin review I recommended choosing either the book or DVD. For this book I would actually recommend both to anybody who does not have a teacher. If you are considering the video, I have heard it repeated that Dr. Yang's Taiji is a bit different from the common classical style. You may wish to research this further if it is a concern to you.
15 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another Stellar Addition to the Great Works of Dr. Yang and YMAA 24 juillet 2010
Par Shawn Kovacich - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Well it looks like Dr. Yang and YMAA have done it again with another fantastic addition to the literary library of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming with this latest literary source dedicated to the classical Yang Style of Tai Chi Chuan. Hence the obvious title of the book.

Apparently this book also has a companion DVD that goes with it, but sadly I didn't receive that DVD, so I won't be able to provide any kind of reference to it, but if it is anything like Dr. Yang's previous DVD's, and I am sure that it is, then it will be another in a long line of excellent DVD's by Dr. Yang and YMAA.

This book is divided into five main chapters, with several sub-chapters included under each main chapter. The first chapter was really quite interesting as Dr. Yang takes you through quite a bit of history concerning; China, Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and it's history both in the East and in the West. Dr. Yang also spends some time explaining the differences between Northern and Southern styles, as well as, internal and external styles, hard styles and soft styles, and the four categories of fighting skills. He then spends a considerable amount of time discussing the history and benefits of Taijiquan, which is the intended purpose of this book.

Chapter two focuses on Qi, Qigong Taijiquan with categories of Qigong, various schools and training theories and the relationship between Qigong and Taijiquan.

Chapter three focuses solely on the Taijiquan Thirteen Postures, of which there are the eight doors and five steppings.

Chapter four introduces you to the traditional Yang style Taijiquan, which is very informative and the amount of knowledge contained in this section pertaining to this particular style is exceptional.

The book then concludes with chapter five, which is primarily a glossary of Chinese names and terms translated into English.

This is definitely a MUST HAVE book for all Tai Chi Chuan practitioners, especially those interested in the classical Yang style of Tai Chi Chuan.

Shawn Kovacich
Creator of numerous books and DVD's.
28 internautes sur 34 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Kindel buyers beware 6 décembre 2011
Par KYShaolin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK ON KINDLE!!!!!! While the book is well written and it talks in depth about each Tai Chi movement, without the DVD intended to come the book it is completely worthless. This book never covers (in part of in total the movements required for performing Yang Tai Chi
2 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome summary of the first martial art 10 mars 2013
Par Dredoak - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I have been in the martial arts(karate), for years and have not had a more difficult workout in my life. It takes months just to build enough muscles in your legs to withstand the postures and do the form. Something was always missing in Karate but the Qi aspect in Chinese martial arts is fully explained and enlightening as well as the Yin an Yang principles.
The form takes 3 years to learn correctly and 3 more to begin to understand the Yin and Qi through proper breathing while doing the form. Highly recommended if you want to go far beyond mere health benefits and into the self defense aspect. It is not for the faint of heart as it demands great patience and perseverance to master...ten years to be exact....maybe longer if you do just the video and book.
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