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by Al Chung-liang Huang

eBook Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain: The Essence of T'ai Chi download ISBN: 0911226125
Author: Al Chung-liang Huang
Publisher: Real People Press; Later Printing edition (1973)
Language: English
Pages: 188
ePub: 1248 kb
Fb2: 1608 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Exercise and Fitness

Huang, Al Chung-liang.

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Great book exploring Chungliang Al Huangs life from his early days to his later years teaching. You feel drawn into the storytelling as he takes you on his journey. Must read for any Tai Chi enthusiast. Chungliang Al Huang (Chinese: 黃忠良) is a notable philosopher, dancer, performing artist, and internationally acclaimed taijiquan master and educator, having received the Republic of China’s most prestigious award in the field of education, the Gold Medal Award, from its Ministry of Education.

I met Al Chung and bought this book as a result. I am a person that finds learning and expanding my understanding of eastern philosophy to be beneficial. It makes so much sense and are unique in the blend of mind, body, spirit and soul that in physical exercise which never happens in the west where these four aspects are always separated. This book does explain that and at the same time gives some insight into the explosion of eastern exercise forms - Tai Chi, Yoga, etc. in the west. One person found this helpful.

I have read numerous books over the years on the topic of Tai Chi and its true meaning. I am only beginning to explore the essence of Tai Ji and this book caught my interest because of its title. Al Chung-Liang Huang. However, even though this volume (Embrace tiger, Return to the mountain: The Essence of Tai Ji) was sometimes interesting, I did not find it an enjoyable read. In my opinion, the book is not for the beginners.

To work with Al Huang is to learn to move with wind and water. a truly superior and gifted teacher who works upon others as the sun and rain upon plants

To work with Al Huang is to learn to move with wind and water. a truly superior and gifted teacher who works upon others as the sun and rain upon plants. From the foreword by Alan Watts, one of the great writers of Comparative Philosophy and Religion and Taoist and Zen literature. First published in 1973, this all time classic of Tai Ji literature remains as fresh and illuminating today as when it was first published. Written with true passion and eloquence, the book richly conveys the subtle yet profound principles underlying Tai Ji.

In October 2013, the aimed t'ai chi master, Al Huang (Chinese name: Huang Chungliang) performed an original dance composition at the Nationa. ncontre este Pin e muitos outros na pasta {Al Chung-liang Huang} de Hellena Anderson. Zhou Enlai: Dance of the Five Principles of Peace. In October 2013, the aimed t'ai chi master, Al Huang (Chinese name: Huang Chungliang) performed an original dance composition at the Nationa. ais informações.

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grand star
I met Al Chung and bought this book as a result. I am a person that finds learning and expanding my understanding of eastern philosophy to be beneficial. It makes so much sense and are unique in the blend of mind, body, spirit and soul that in physical exercise which never happens in the west where these four aspects are always separated. This book does explain that and at the same time gives some insight into the explosion of eastern exercise forms - Tai Chi, Yoga, etc. in the west.
Kabei
Love the way he looks at this art and life and doesn't separate the two.