t'ai chi

NOUN
  1. a Chinese system of slow meditative physical exercise designed for relaxation and balance and health
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  • Her mother still holds down her job and has taken up t'ai chi to get involved in sporty things again.
  • Comedy, story-telling, poetry, ceilidhs, workshops and Morris-dancing are on the programme, along with T'ai Chi, crafts, kids' events and even a Sunday morning walk.
  • I started to learn eight of the Eighteen Buddha Palms forms (this is all thill so new to me, so forgive if I mess it up.) and then we did forty minutes of "real" t'ai chi chuan, where I started to learn a Yang-style form, and Bob taught me a little bit about the history of the martial art and the evolution of Chen style into Yang style, with associated legendry. i'm on tape decks all over hell.
  • Today we did a new form, yin yang medical t'ai chi, and then we did a Yang style flow which we had practiced for the past couple of weeks. February 8th, 2009
  • To the reverberations of a taiko drum, they rehearse for combat, with recurring t'ai chi motifs. Times, Sunday Times
  • When a school has a close connection to nature and the elements, it is only natural that it also is the only T'ai Chi school in the world that is teaching aqua T'ai Chi.
  • It has been described as a self-healing art that, like t'ai chi, cultivates the energy force within us and plays an active role in maintaining health. Marc B. Levin: How to Improve Your Health by Moving
  • It has been described as a self-healing art that, like t'ai chi, cultivates the energy force within us and plays an active role in maintaining health. Marc B. Levin: How to Improve Your Health by Moving
  • The soft arts, judo, jujutsu, aikijujutsu, aikido, hapkido and t'ai chi chuan, use a theory of redirection of an attacker's force to deal with an assault instead of the harder arts, which meet force with greater force.
  • Conversely, the poetic imagery, slower pace, and more irregular forms of t'ai chi bespeak a more leisurely, aristocratic development, in which time could be taken and manuscripts kept.
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