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A Yang Style Primer the Handbook of the Taichi Studio

A Yang Style Primer the Handbook of the Taichi Studio

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A YANG-STYLE PRIMER: 
THE HANDBOOK OF THE TAI CHI STUDIO2nd Edition
Michael A. Babin
 
A YANG-STYLE PRIMER:THE HANDBOOK OF THE TAI CHI STUDIOCopyright © 2007 by Michael A. BabinNational Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data:Babin, Michael A., 1952 – A Yang-style Primer: The Handbook of the Tai Chi Studio2nd EditionISBN: 978-0-9735370-2-4
 All rights reserved, the use of any part of this publication reproduced,transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical,photocopying, recording, or otherwise, or stored in a retrieval system,without the prior written consent of the author -- or, in the case of photocopying or other reprographic copying, a license from the CanadianCopyright Licensing Agency -- is an infringement of the copyright law.Did you obtain this text for free from a friend or acquaintance whoapparently doesn’t understand or respect the value of Canadian andinternational copyright laws? If so and you found the material useful.please send the author a $15. (cash or cheque) honorarium.Send payment, comments or questions on the text to:Michael Babin, Senior Instructor Tai Chi Studio195A Bank Street, 2nd floor Ottawa, ON K2P 1W7or michael.babin@sympatico.ca
 
DEDICATED TO MICHELLE CHAPMAN
Michelle’s skill as a physiotherapist was instrumental in helping me to recover aportion of the mobility and strength in my right leg prior to hip-replacement surgery inthe Spring of 2005. Thanks to her patient coaching, the exercises I learned from her helped me make a relatively speedy recovery from that surgical procedure.The common attitude among traditional martial artists that the “old ways” arenecessarily better is harmful when we ignore the great strides that modern sportsscience and medicine have made in helping us to understand the function and healthof the human body. Training regularly, moderately and scientifically is essential if youare to be a competent, much less healthy, practitioner of taijiquan.I now have a greater appreciation of the value of a good physiotherapist and would nothesitate to recommend her as well as her colleagues at:
MOTION MATTERS PHYSIOTHERAPY AND SPORTS INJURY CLINIC
170 Laurier Ave. West (Ground floor)Ottawa, ON K1P 5V5Phone: (613) 237-4343 Fax: (613) 237-2264E-mail: info@motionmatters.caWebsite: http://www.motionmatters.ca

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