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No Tai Chi Teacher? No Problem!

February 4th, 2014

While having a tai chi (pronounced tie-chee and also known as taiji) teacher is the best way to learn tai chi, sometimes that isn't an option. But today there are a few other possibilities that can carry you over until such time as you are able to find a good teacher, including video. For the longest time the West had trouble