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Time magazine has called tai chi “the perfect exercise,” while the Harvard Health Review dubbed this martial art form “medication in motion.” Like yoga before it, Tai Chi’s popularity has increased dramatically in recent years, with classes popping up everywhere. But it is still often stereotyped as slow and only for elderly people. Now, this indispensible guide offers an accessible, user-friendly approach to this dynamic, rich, ancient tradition, grounding the beginner in tradition and basic technique while offering the more experienced practitioner insights, history, and inspiration. Tai Chi—The Perfect Exercise shares the myriad mental and physical benefits of the practice, including easing chronic pain and illness, dealing with stress, and resolving conflicts more easily. Tai Chi is the answer for anyone—regardless of level of fitness or strength—looking for an exercise program that develops the mind as well as the body.

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