Inside Zhan Zhuang: First Edition Paperback – 27 Feb 2013
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About the Author
Mark Cohen’s photography is in many major collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the George Eastman House, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. He has published three previous books—Grim Street, True Color, and Dark Knees—and his work has been included in over eighty individual and group exhibitions.
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This book has opened my eyes to its possibilities and through the in-depth explanation of how to stand I was immediately able to stand for a full 10 minutes. The micro adjustments necessary are carefully explained and at time of writing I am standing for 15 minutes a day and fully expect to reach my realistic aim of 25 minutes before too long.
Don't get me wrong - this is hard work. I find the first 5 minutes the worst where you need to continually examine each part of your body for correct alignments - however once comfortable the mental problems arise and impatience kicks in. But every now and then a period of complete emptiness occurs which is wonderful.
I have suspect ageing knees and this exercise has helped them hugely in a matter of weeks.... less stiff and no pain. I just need to work on my creaking shoulders now.
Amazing book! Only slight criticism is the photographs were not perhaps as clear as line drawings could have been.
Regarding the content, however, it's fascinating and will provide a lifelong journey of discovery for me. I was particularly interested in the description of his "Kundalini" awakening.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit of a strange book. The material is incredibly detailed - really too detailed for me. It is best dipped into rather than read serially.Published 10 months ago by mike
Pretty comprehensive coverage of material. I found it useful as an introduction. I may have appreciated perhaps more detail on physical position of posture. A very helpful bookPublished 13 months ago by Nathan J Benson
Nice work , very readable . I found it interesting . Add Yiquan to this and you will know even more .Published 14 months ago by Eternal Student