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T'Ai Chi for Seniors: How to Gain Flexibility, Strength, and Inner PeaceT’Ai Chi for Seniors: How to Gain Flexibility, Strength, and Inner Peace
By Sifu Philip Bonifonte
Publisher: New Page Books (January 2004)
Pages: 211 – Price: $16.99

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Written by a Chinese medicine practitioner, Sifu Philip Bonifonte, this book will have a wide range of reading appeal for many readers, including seniors in the paranormal community. As I was reviewing this fine book, it came me that I will be sixty years old this year, thus making me either a senior citizen or a very young middle-aged male! The material I discovered in this book was intriguing.

This book is well-planned and developed. You will learn how to incorporate the material about exercises into your life in a painless, pleasant manner. There are basic movements that will aid in everyday activities, and there are two complete Qigong forms in the book, the 18 Movement Form and the Eight Pieces of Brocade. Additional material covers how Chinese medicine is related to T’ai Chi and Qigong. Lowering incidents of falls and strengthening the body is also covered in detail.

There are three parts to the book. There are twelve chapters plus conclusion. The author also has a sense of humor that comes across in his writings and is delightful.

The point of this book is how to gain flexibility, strength, and inner peace. This book delivers and is enjoyable reading for all ages. 

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