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Tai Chi in 10 Weeks: A Beginner's Guide

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This book is designed to guide beginning students through the fundamentals of tai chi in ten weeks. Dr. Aihan Kuhn teaches readers the twenty-four-step Yang-style form. She shares insight on warming up, healing, and avoiding injury. But tai chi is more than just a physical exercise. It is a way of life. Dr. Kuhn shows readers how this art helps us cultivate health, balance ...more
Published May 1st 2017 by YMAA Publication Center
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Michael W.
Jun 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
If you find getting to a Tai Chi class difficult or non-existent in your town, this may be just the guidebook for you. Dr. Aihan Kuhn, instructor in tai chi, qigong and tui na and president of Tai Chi & Qi Gong Healing Institute, has authored an easy to read and simple to follow manual that is crisp, clear and coherent; the 224 glossy pages of “Tai Chi in 10 Weeks: Beginner's Guide”. This work is meant “to help students, instructors, and practitioners understand taiji theory and technique, a ...more
Tai Chi Girl
Aug 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I recently read this book Tai Chi in 10 weeks, by Dr. Aihan Kuhn, from cover to cover. What was most interesting to me, and refreshing to my current understanding of this gentle martial art and healing exercise, was that I found the information contained in it really helped answer all the questions any beginner might have on what is Taiji versus Qigong, the differences, how the practice of each helps the body stretch and strengthen, the principles and the mental requirements a student can aspire ...more
Jul 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent book for a beginner like me. The step-by-step is a critical point in learning tai chi. I really like the planning guide at the end of the book. With this guide you can write in what step you are at and then use the plan for further evaluation. I also liked the psychological aspects of the book. And I absolutely love the color photos.
May 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is a great introduction into Tai Chi. I knew nothing when I began, but after reading, I feel I have a grasp of what I am suppose to learn. I would love to find a local teacher to learn more, but Kuhn offers great instruction through pictures and descriptions of the Tai Chi form. Even more importantly she goes into great detail about why Taiji and qigong are so beneficial for the mind and body. I recommend this book for anyone interested in learning more about a way to pursue natural living ...more
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Aihan Kuhn, C.M.D., is a Chinese medical doctor trained in both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a graduate of the Hunan Medical University, Changsha China. In China, Dr. Kuhn practiced OB/GYN in Chinese hospitals (1983-1988), studied Tai Chi and Chi Kung (since 1978) and returns each year to advance her training in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and martial arts.

Dr. Kuhn is the