Vol. 16, No. 2
Basic Points for Building health and Internal Energy
Wen-mei Yu says it is important to follow basic principles conscientiously in order to get the benefits of T’ai Chi Ch’uan and to progress to higher levels of development.
An Examination of T’ai Chi Teaching, Ethics
Mike Sigman takes a hard look at some of the approaches to teaching and the importance of teachers maintaining a high level of ethics to fulfill their responsibilities to students.
How Do You Measure Your Internal Strength?
Donald L. Schurman, Ph.D., talks about internal strength and a conversation with Jou Tsung of Tai Chi Farm. He gives some exercises.
Wu Ying-hua on Aspects of the Wu style
Dr. W. Zee writes of comments by the daughter of Wu Chian-chuan at a workshop in New Zealand at which she and her husband, Ma Yueh-liang, taught.
Chern Chyu Kuan’s New Training Approach
Don Miller writes of his trip to Taiwan in December and what he learned from a highly regarded teacher.
Basic Internal Aspects of Chen Style Short Form
This is an excerpt from a manuscript by Yongqian Li about the Chen style short form he learned in China.
Light Verse on Serious Themes
Sophia Delza writes four poems dealing with the philosophy and practice of T’ai Chi Ch’uan.
Learning the Internal Arts by Video
Michael Babin writes on the benefits of learning by video and what to be aware of when you try to do it.