tai chi

  1. a Chinese system of slow meditative physical exercise designed for relaxation and balance and health
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  • The emphasis in Tai Chi is to channelize the potentially destructive energy in such a manner so that it will dissipate the energy harmlessly.
  • But at the very least, tai chi should calm and energize you by untethering you from cell phones, traffic, and what he calls ‘the internal chatter of the busy mind.’
  • Poor Steven Adler, nodding out on heroin but still standing, knees half-bent and arms akimbo, appeared momentarily to be practicing some kind of narcotic tai chi. Retching With the Stars
  • Reflexology is often combined with other therapies and practices, such as acupressure, shiatsu, yoga, and tai chi, and it often involves the hands and other body parts or zones, not just the feet.
  • Health Centre it's a centre where they run classes in yoga and shiatsu and dancing, 5 rhythms, belly dancing, tai chi, everything so if I get bored ... er ... no An interview with Louise Rennison
  • Meditation, yoga, tai chi, exercise all focus on inhalation and exhalation.
  • TB asked him after he moved through a particularly contorted portion of the tai chi exercise. METAPLANETARY
  • Sun Moon Foot provides both a static and dynamic choreology of Tai Chi to help develop a new pattern for movement that is both agile and robust. Applelinks.com
  • Tai chi originally developed from observations of birds, beasts, and insects whose movements, undistracted by thought, are immediate and in harmony with their environment.
  • It's more a form of qi gong than tai chi - meditative postures and simple stretches.
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