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Qigong product request

Postby stephenbuck415 » Tue Mar 27, 2007 3:58 pm

I have purchased all currently published "Understanding Qi" DVD's and all currently published books on Qigong by Dr. Yang.

I would like to see the following products made available to accompany that material:

Instructor Reference texts.
- If a person is going to discuss the material to a class, a guidelines of key topics to discuss perhaps in workbook format.

Student Workbooks
- Simple, complimentary workbooks a student can refer to during an academic lecture provided by an instructor.
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Postby DavidR » Wed Mar 28, 2007 1:28 pm

Hi Stephen,

Student Workbooks
- Simple, complimentary workbooks a student can refer to during an academic lecture provided by an instructor.


YMAA Publication Center, does not have a 'workbook format' model at this time. Our publishing business model (at this time) is on products and packaging that works for direct consumers, for bookstores, and for boutique type stores. Simply put, our challenge is to create in-depth products that both have consumer market appeal, and that are packaged such that they meet design and distribution requirements.

Instructor Reference texts.
- If a person is going to discuss the material to a class, a guidelines of key topics to discuss perhaps in workbook format.


Concerning reference texts, we are doing our best to have both our books, and dvd programs work in cooperation with each other. However, realize that our authors advance their knowledge on a daily basis. Hence, the difficulty of continuously updating earlier works. We hope that with the Understanding Qigong DVD series, that the 'complementary' books in some way provide a printed reference for the student.
On each product page in our website www.ymaa.com/publishing you can find 'related' products that best serve as the 'companion' to each product.

I hope this helps.
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