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Foreword by Dr Yang, Jwing-Ming Preface Introduction to Self-Healing Power Tai Chi And Qigong Classics -The Root To Self-Healing Middle Path Posture for Healthy Balance The Qi of Breathing - For General Health and Respiratory Disorders The Healing Power Postures - Shapes with Meaning Healthy Living Form - Natural Body-mechanics in Everyday Life Middle Path Walking - Mechanics of Healthy Walking The "Stillness" of Self-Healing - The Untapped Source for Healing The Science - Research into Tai Chi and Qigong Summary Acknowledgements Bibliography
Sifu (Master Teacher) Peter Newton is an Honorary Vice-President of the Tai Chi Union For Great Britain (national registration organization). He specializes in remedial therapy, which is based on his extensive research and training in the medical applications of Tai Chi and Qigong. His twenty-years of experience as a Tai Chi and Qigong teacher and a practising therapist with Parkinson's UK, Kick - Start Cardiac Rehabilitation, Macmillans Cancer Support and Leonard Cheshire Acquired Brain Injury Unit testify to his expertise.His skills have attracted the attention of International Footballers, the medical-care profession and the business world.
"Peter's new book places great emphasis on the importance of posture. Posture is fundamental in our life. It affects not only how we function, but also how we breathe and is embedded in our general sense of wellbeing. His theories can be incorporated into many aspects of physiotherapy." -- Maria Lewis, BSC (HONS) CSP HPCP. Chartered Physiotherapist "Peter has great knowledge of Tai Chi which helped me understand my body and how to use it effectively. This new book is a great source of information to help people improve and enhance their own body and mind." -- Tom Heaton, England Under 21 International Goalkeeper "Peter writes with his heart and not just knowledge and experience. A good guide for improving health which will help readers understand the body from a Chinese arts viewpoint." -- Michael Tse, Qigong and Tai Chi Master