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Step-by-Step Tai Chi Step-by-Step Tai Chi

We love this 88-minute DVD of first-rate, daily Tai Chi guidance for any and all fitness levels. Tiffany Chen is a wonderfully effective, appealing teacher who offers clear, accessible, expert instruction, and the production quality is spectacular. We are nuts about this video! (88 min)

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Step-by-Step Tai Chi    March 17, 2009
Reviewed by: Sifu Kathleen M. Gill, Ph.D.

Tiffany's father is my tai chi grandmaster, William C.C. Chen. I have been recommending this DVD to the combat veterans with PTSD that I serve because she embodies the profoundly relaxing principles of tai chi practice, which they find helpful in managing anxiety. And she is an authentic martial artist, so her movements are not "just dance" but really tap into the Chinese medicine principles which unlie the practice.