CHIN *1910 T'ai-chi Ch'Yan: Theory and Practice
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CHI 7.
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2 hours laboratory; 1 credit
The short Yang form for health, meditation, and self-defense with push-hands practice and readings from the T'ai-chi classics, the Lao tzu, Chuang tzu, Confucian Analects, and l Ching. (Not open to students who have taken or are enrolled in Physical Education *+1007 [17.20].) To be taught in English.
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