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These saw guests on the Regent’s Voyager practicing tai chi in the gardens of a nineteenth-century palace in Provence and yoga in the shadow of Mount Etna in Sicily.
At the park, watch dragon and lion dances, eat Chinese street food and participate in kung fu and tai chi.
After she’s done on the ice, some days Chock will do a yoga or gyrotonics (which combines movement principles from yoga, dance, gymnastics, tai chi, and swimming) session.
Fresh Florida produce, prepared foods, cooking demos, children’s activities, free tai chi classes every Saturday through March at Merrick Park on the corner of Miracle Mile and LeJeune Road.
The center offers a variety of activities, from exercise classes to tai chi, chair volleyball, swimming, and water and chair aerobics classes.
All were offered biometric screening, a health assessment and various services and classes, such as chronic disease management, tai chi and a fitness challenge.
All were offered a biometric screening, a health assessment and various services and classes, such as chronic disease management, tai chi and a fitness challenge.
The speedskaters summoned to Santa Rosa, Calif., last spring for the United States Olympic team’s annual strength and conditioning camp found a curious item on their schedules: a tai chi lesson.
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Origin and Etymology of tai chi
First Known Use: 1954See Words from the same year
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Definition of tai chi for English Language Learners
: a Chinese form of exercise that uses very slow and controlled movements
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