There is no real substitute for personal interactions and experiences when learning any new exercise system. However reading and viewing work can prove helpful, particularly in jogging memories. Below I make several suggestions as to places to start.
Master Lam Kam Chuen (1991) THE WAY OF ENERGY: mastering the Chinese art of internal strength with Chi Kung exercise, Gaia Books, New York
Hoff, B (1982) THE TAO OF POOH, Penguin, New York
OTHER SUGGESTED READING
Cohen, K. (1996) THE WAY OF QIGONG: The art and science of Chinese energy healing Ballantine Books: New York
Hyams, J (1982) ZEN IN THE MARTIAL ARTS , Bantam, New York
Master Lam Kam Chuen (1999) CHI KUNG: The Way of Healing – Chinese exercises for quieting the mind and strengthening the body, Gaia Books, New York
Requena, Y, (1996) CHI KUNG: The Chinese art of mastering energy, Healing Arts Press, Rochester, Vermont
Sheng Keng Yun, (1997) WALKING KUNG: breathing for health, Samuel Weiser, York Beach, Maine
MY OWN PUBLICATIONS
Warren, B & Coughlin J (2014) Stand, Breathe, Smile: Simple standing exercises and approaches to reduce stress and promote good health. Tranquility Press, Oxford.
PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
Here are some books related to the programs that DB Wellness Travel offers.
- Warren, B. & Spitzer, P. (2014), Smiles Are Everywhere: Integrating Clown-Play into healthcare practice
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