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his page is a great resource for your new students, and even your advanced students, and it gives ideas you might add to your teaching. But, by having new students and advanced students read through these helpful tips (see this page and others under the top menu’s “Student” tab drop-down menu: “Terms” “Tutorials” “Tenets of Tai Chi,” etc.), they will be able to understand more clearly what you are teaching them. The Traditional Chinese Medicine section helps your students see how your teaching is a rich part of TCM.
Some of these tips are excerpts from “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Tai Chi & Qigong,” which has been lauded by top tai chi experts worldwide for its unique ability to “make complex Chinese concepts easy to understand using Western based explanations,” and top experts in the field claimed that this book could be read again and again by experts as well as students, to better understand the complexity, richness, and depth of Tai Chi and Qigong’s internal arts.
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