If you’re new to Tai Chi, take a few minutes to find out a bit more about it…..we have put together some video clips, book suggestions and a range of different articles.
Just open up a section and click on the links
If you’re not sure whether Tai Chi is for you, contact us for advice.
There are lots of books on Tai Chi Chuan and, for beginners, it can be quite hard to know where to start.
So, we’ve put together a list of titles to help you. Some deal with Tai Chi itself, whilst others look at the philosophy behind it.
The Book of Soft Martial Arts: Finding Personal Harmony with Chi Kung, Hsing I, Pa Kua and T’ai Ch’i
by: Howard Reid
Tai Chi Touchstones: Yang Family Secret Transmissions
by: D. Wile
T’ai Chi Ch’uan Ta Wen: Questions and Answers on T’ai Chi Ch’uan
by: Chen Wei-Ming, Robert Smith Benjamin Pang Jeng Lo (Translator)
The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan
by: Wong Kiew-Kit
Chen Style Taijiquan: The Source of Taiji Boxing
by: Davidine Siaw-Voon Sim & David Gaffney
Tao Te Ching
by: Lao Tsu, [Jane English, Feng Gia-Fu]
I Ching: The Book of Changes
by: Thomas Cleary (Editor)
The I Ching: Or Book of Changes
by: C.G. Jung
The Way of Chuang Tzu
by: Thomas Merton
The Book of Lieh Tzu
by: A. C. Graham
Tai Chi Chuan is attracting a lot of attention at the moment, especially – though not exclusively – from health care practitioners. Maybe you, yourself, are interested in Tai Chi for health. Here are some articles you might find helpful.
Remember, though, Tai Chi Chuan is a martial art which brings health benefits. It is not “a therapy” and is actually quite strenuous.