Tai Chi Qigong The Internal Foundation of Tai Chi Chuan by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
Reviews / March 13, 2017

Title: Tai Chi Qigong The Internal Foundation of Tai Chi Chuan Publisher: YMAA Publication Center Release Date: November 1, 2013 Pages: 188 Description This revised edition of our best selling beginner Tai Chi Qigong book includes a new and modern easy-to-follow layout. Every qigong movement is presented in two to four large photographs with clear instructions, followed by a discussion of how the movements aid in improving Tai Chi practice. Tai chi chuan is an internal martial art that uses soft/round movements to redirect an opponent’s incoming force. Qigong exercises are an internal method of increasing and circulating your body’s energy (qi). This book teaches tai chi qigong exercises that are useful for improving your tai chi skills and overall health. IF YOU ALREADY KNOW A TAI CHI FORM, here are a few ways that you will use tai chi qigong to reach new levels of skill and ability. To feel qi To regulate body, breathing, and intention To learn how to use intention to lead qi To learn how to circulate qi To learn how to expand qi To learn how to use qi to energize muscles Accelerates the health benefits of tai chi IF YOU DON’T KNOW TAI…

Murder, Stage Left: A Nero Wolfe Mystery by Robert Goldsborough
Reviews / March 12, 2017

Title: Murder, Stage Left: A Nero Wolfe Mystery Series: Nero Wolfe Author: Robert Goldsborough Publisher: Open Road Media Release Date: Marc 7, 2017 Pages: 246 Description It’s curtains for a famous Broadway director, and private investigator Nero Wolfe is on the case—but his assistant, Archie Goodwin, is a suspect. When a renowned theater director senses something amiss during his latest production, he calls in Nero Wolfe. Though the corpulent genius wouldn’t normally accept a job this vague, a mutual friend dangles the prospect of a very rare orchid in exchange for his services, and Wolfe can’t resist. With a mind to suss out useful backstage gossip, Wolfe turns to his faithful assistant, Archie Goodwin, to impersonate a journalist in order to speak to the cast. Though Goodwin’s conversations prove unfruitful, on his last day at the theater, the director is murdered in his soundproof booth, poisoned by an unseen culprit during an evening performance. In short order, an actor whose health is failing attempts suicide with the same poison. Now Goodwin is a prime suspect in the director’s demise, effectively sidelining him for the rest of the case, and freelance gumshoe Saul Panzer must step in to help wrangle the…