MARTIAL ARTS, YOGA, PILATES
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When energy is trapped in the body it stagnates and becomes negative, manifesting in the symptoms of physical or emotional illness. Taoists call this negative energy sick wind or evil wind.This book focuses on mastering these winds. (2009) 146pp
Pushing Hands develops sensivity to the body's internal state and be used to help control the emotions, the circulation of energy and physical balance. Exercises for developing concentration and techniques are explained and illustrated. (2009) 125pp
Chin Na is one of the four major fighting categories in all martial styles. Most of Chin Na can be learned easily and adopted into any martial style. Pressing and striking Chin Na can be used to seal opponent's breathing or Qi circulation.
Awareness of movement potential is the key to a healthy body and the prevention of injuries. The practice of sport, pilates, yoga, and dance is emphasized, providing a better understanding of how the body functions during exercise. (2010) 192pp
Companion volume to the acclaimed 'Anatomy of Movement'. The authors describe a very comprehensive series of exercises involving the most common movements of the body.Includes hundred of drawings and black and white photos.-By B. Calais-Germain (1995)
Bagua Daoyin supports and trains the body and mind to promote balance and harmony, Secquences of photographs set out a programme of study, showing the beauty of the movements, and the positions and transitions the practitioner is aiming for. 2008 159pp
This book offers a new understanding of how the body works and leads the reader to a greater sense of wellbeing and an enriched sense of self.
This book is recognised as the classic, definitive guide to this popular subject. Clear, comprehensive and superbly illustrated. (1997) 192pp
This fully illustrated guide contains 90 easy-to-master exercises that have been specially developed to include those with limited mobility. The exercises can also be adapted by yoga teachers who want to incorporate chair yoga into their classes. 192pp (2012)
This comprehensive program focuses on interception, trapping, and sealing the opponent, and keeping the distance and angle to avoid a counter-attack as you execute the most practical Chin Na.
A book written by a leading Western authority on traditional Chinese medicine and Taoist healing practices. - By Daniel Reid(1998) 326 pages
A new exercise program combining Sufi wisdom with yoga(bothHindu and Taoist)relaxation,eurythmy,dance,and light gymnastics.Harmonise the psyche,slow the aging process,regenerate the mind.A book for beginners to professional therapists.
The Do-In Way is an informative comprehensive handbook to thisbasic, primal form of exercise - an ancient system of movementenhances physical, mental, and spiritual health. (2007) 208pp
First published in 1973, this all time classic conveys the subtle yet profound principles underlying Tai Ji. This timeless masterpiece is essential reading for anybody interested in Taoism, Tai Ji or Tao philosophy. (2011) 188pp
These exercises increase circulation to all parts of the body and help to improve overall flexibility. These exercises were also designed to gently prepare and train the body for the further practices of hatha yoga. (2007) 75pp