Tai Chi Chuan Books
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Advanced Tai Chi Books

The Dao of Taijiquan: Way to Rejuvenation - by Master Tsung H. Jou (founder and host of the "Tai Chi Farm"). Master Jou was especially accomplished at Tai Chi sparring He intended this to be his definitive text on the subject. Includes information on history, jing power and applications.

Tai Chi Chuan - By Marshall Ho. Marshall Ho has been called the father of American Tai Chi Chuan. This book with an accompanying video.

T'Ai Chi Classics by Waysun Liao - A handy root reference on jing, chi and other basic principles of Tai Chi for both the beginner and the advanced players.

108 Insights into Tai Chi Chuan A String of Pearls - By Michael Gilman. If your practice has reached a plateau, this book is what you need to shake you out of it.

Compact Tai Chi Combined Forms for Practice in Limited Space - By Jesse Tsao

The Complete Book of Tai Chi Chuan: A Comprehensive Guide to the Principles and Practice - By Kiew Kit Wong. Provides solid, logical descriptions of the mechanics and philosophies involved in Tai Chi. Also includes a thorough overview of the various styles of Tai Chi.

Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain: The Essence of Tai Ji - by Al Chung-Liang Huang and Chungliang Al Huang. A generally well regarded book about the non-technical aspects of Tai Chi.

The Tao of Yiquan: The Method of Awareness in the Martial Arts (Warriors of Stillness) - By Jan Diepersloot. Yi Quan was developed by Master Wang Xiang Zhai, one of the top Hsing-I Chuan lineage disciples of Master Guo Yun-Shen.

T'ai Chi Fundamentals: For Health Professionals and Instructors - By Tricia Yu of T'ai Chi Center in Madison, Wisconsin and Jill Johnson

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