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Reflections along the Tai Chi pathway / Brett Wagland ; illustrations by Bernie Slater
Bib ID 1980212
Format BookBook
Author
Wagland, Brett
 
Edition Rev. ed. 
Description Canberra : Tai Chi Academy, 2002 
118 p. : ill., ports. ; 2002 
ISBN 0958114803
0958114811
Notes

First published as "Tai Chi secrets for stress relief and optimum health" in 1999.

Subjects T`ai-chi ch`uan.
Other authors/contributors Slater, Bernie  |  Tai Chi Academy (Canberra)
Available From PO Box 70, Woden ACT 2902 

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