UnderGround Forums
 

TMA UnderGround >> Tai Chi / Yoga


7/1/05 7:20 AM
Ignore | Quote | Vote Down | Vote Up
Stephen_Carnes
1 The total sum of your votes up and votes down Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile

Edited: 01-Jul-05
Member Since: 01/01/2001
Posts: 246
 
Normally I simply post on the underground. I am wanting to start Yoga and start back doing Tai Chi. What books/videos do you guys suggest using? Thanks Stephen
7/3/05 8:38 AM
Ignore | Quote | Vote Down | Vote Up
Brassmonkey
Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile

Edited: 03-Jul-05 08:43 AM
Member Since: 01/01/2001
Posts: 3159
dbl post
7/3/05 8:42 AM
Ignore | Quote | Vote Down | Vote Up
Brassmonkey
Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile

Edited: 03-Jul-05
Member Since: 01/01/2001
Posts: 3160
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/6304291817/ref=pd_sxp_f/103-9814353-6588642?v=glance&s=video
7/4/05 7:00 PM
Ignore | Quote | Vote Down | Vote Up
yusul
96 The total sum of your votes up and votes down Send Private Message Add Comment To Profile

Edited: 04-Jul-05
Member Since: 01/01/2001
Posts: 6745
dk books iyengar yoga is the best i've seen when it comes to giving clear descriptions and details on poses. DK books' tricia yu does a good job imo of explaining the basics with the same attention to detail. if you are getting that, then you probably want tai chi classics as well. i find that kumar francis (sp) is a colourful writer and does a great job at motivating you to take a look at tai chi. robert smith is another one to look at, very knoledgeable although his photos suck. there are also some chinese stylist translated works. i think if stickgrappler, rene.r or the the everlurking shooter post, their advice would be more thorough.

Reply Post

You must log in to post a reply. Click here to login.