Vol. 16, No. 6
TaiChi and Life: A Search for Balance
Dr. Tingsen Xu, who studied with Gu Liuxin, talks about his work with the elderly, Tai Chi as a martial art and the importance of trying to continually establish balance.
Qigong Exercises and What You Can Expect from Them
Mike Sigman, a seasoned martial artist, looks into the sometimes mysterious subject of qi and comes up with some down to earth views to place it in a practical perspective.
The Internal Martial Art of Wang Shu-Chin
Manfred Erich Rottmann writes about his studies with Wang Shu-Chin in Tokyo and Taiwan.
A search for Bagua in Sun Style Tai Chi
Loriano Belluomini of Lucca, Italy, tells about his studies in China with heirs to theFu style.
Finding the Straight in the Curved
Sophia Delza, a pioneer Tai Chi teacher in the U.S. writes about the inner dynamics of movements in Tai Chi Chuan.
Cheng Man-ch’ing on “The Constant Bear”
Mark Hennessy translates an article by Cheng on an important exercise related to Tai Chi.
Inside the Flow Experience
Charles R. Villarrubia writes about his experience inside the “flow” and some psychological research about it.
Joining Heaven and Earth: A Qigong Exercise