t'ai chi


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tˈai chi (t·ä·ē dzhē),

n Chinese movement art practiced to strengthen and develop balance, flexibility, cardiovascular functioning, and to build and circulate qi.
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They are also the Founders of World T'ai Chi & Qigong Day, a global health education event celebrated in over 80 nations each year, created to educate the public of the emerging medical research on T'ai Chi and Qigong to advance public health.
Chen began his t'ai chi practice 35 years ago as a preteen, to recover from ill health.
chief instructor at Shaolin Kung Fu Center in Worcester and fellow teacher Karim-Ben Saunders have championed the cause and promoted awareness of the benefits of t'ai chi and qigong for the past six years.
Angela has formed LFA T'ai Chi Health Arts, running classes across Sunderland, Houghton-le-Spring and Durham thanks to enterprise agency Social Enterprise Sunderland.
T'ai chi ch'uan; harmonizing Taoist belief and practice.
As an incredible guide to the eastern and Asian Ways are an all-together work of unity, Light From The East enlightens its readers to the whole spectrum of Taoism, Zen Buddhism, Hinduism, Yoga, Confucianism, Feng Shui, T'ai Chi Ch'uan, Falun Cong and Shinto perspectives.
Meditation, yoga or t'ai chi will increase your positive energy and vitality.
For instance, any kind of exercise, be it walking, swimming, or even T'ai chi, is fun, stimulating and can help improve sleep.
T'ai Chi sessions will take place on Mondays, from 10am to noon, and from 7pm to 9pm, as well as on Saturdays, from 9.
Bemused tusslings with t'ai chi, Chinese herbs and other non-Western practices rep one frontier.
North Georgia Mountains: New Yoga and T'ai Chi Classes: New sessions of Gentle Hatha Yoga and Beginning T'ai Chi classes will begin at Mandala Wellness Retreat & Day Spa (just south of Helen).
1) T'ai chi, an ancient Chinese martial art akin to slow-motion kung fu, improves balance and coordination, lessening the likelihood of falls.