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Teaching Tai Chi Effectively

 

6" x 9", 222 pages, paperback. Dr Paul Lam is passionate about teaching. He teaches medical and health science professionals and travels the world teaching tai chi. Working with his colleagues and students, Dr Lam has developed an unique teaching system that will help you become a more effective tai chi teacher and help your students enjoy and improve their tai chi. Using real life examples to illustrate his ideas. Dr Lam analyses what makes an effective teacher. Describes the Stepwise Progressive Teaching Method, the easy-to-learn teaching system that he has developed over the last 20 years, and gives lots of practical advice on running classes  Suggested Retail Price: $ 29.95

 

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