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He chung yu fen--Hsun tzu, Tung Chung shu t'ien jen kuan hsi hsin ch'uan [Division in integration--A new interpretation of heavenpeople relationship by Hsun tzu, Dong Zhong shu].
Geils started taking Tai Chi Ch'uan classes at the center in 1988, studying under the direction of former center co-director Isabella Barone.
Literary Innovation and Aesthetic Tradition in Travel Writing of the Southern Sung: A Study of Fan Ch'eng-ta's 'Wy ch'uan lu.
There are T'ai Chi Ch'uan, Shiatsu massage and reflexology to keep students relaxed, and sculpture, calligraphy and art classes for those who are good with their hands.
The upper body should feel light and the lower body heavy, with your weight distributed evenly through what are called the ch'uan points - the centre of the balls of the feet.
Prairie Dance Theatre Modern, Native Amer tai chi ch'uan.
Other systems, such as the slow-motion tai chi ch'uan and judo, include defensive techniques but are not recommended.
T'ai chi ch'uan or taijiquan, often shortened to t'ai chi, taiji or tai chi in English usage, is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training and its health benefits.
They were part of the same group whom Davy Crocket Graham, the Curator of the Museum at Sichuan University (where there are still many Hmong artefacts dating from this time), had described as the Ch'uan Miao ('Sichuan Miao') in his various writings (see Graham 1937; 1954).
Shen Yueh's epistle, [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], used a similar expression in imagining a leisurely tour in the south, and observing nature at a lodging: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [see Ch'uan Liang wen [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 28]).
For example, the Huan-yu Ch'uan (the second Chinese character of the title mistaken by Robert Wardy) is not a Chinese version of the De Caelo et Mundo, as Robert Wardy puts it, but that of De Coelo, as its original Latin title Commentarii Collegii Coimbriensis Societatis Jesu: In Quatuor Libros De Coelo Aristotelis Stagiritae indicates.
A LEAMINGTON man has been given Rugby people their first taste of an ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi Ch'uan, which has proved therapeutic to the human being for thousands of years.
Robust with illustrative content "Yang Style Traditional Long Form T'ai Chi Ch'uan As Taught by Master T.
A story, "How People Lived in Very Ancient Times" from the Ch'uan Miao in China (Graham, 1954: 19), states that: