The classic text that introduced Tai Chi to an American audience a generation ago.
"One of the best books on the subject. . . . Practical throughout and stripped of mysticism."— New York Times
"A tranquil, graceful way of keeping fit."— Harper's Bazaar
"You will have to consult Mr. Maisel's book. . . . Tai Chi could become that all-important exercise factor that stands between you and health problems."— Prevention
"It is Chinese, old, comfortable, deeply pleasurable. It helps the figure and skin and tranquilizes. It is done in a small space in ordinary clothes without music. It is good for the young, for the old."— Vogue