- n. alternative spelling of tai chi.
- n. a Chinese system of slow meditative physical exercise designed for relaxation and balance and health
“The same goes to other chinese martial arts such as taichi, praying mantis and ba gua.”
“I sincerely hope he speaks truthfully and hope he will not "taichi" the issue.”
“The companies will also develop a traveling martial arts show, featuring Taoist and taichi kung fu culture that is expected to tour U.S. college campuses.”
“I went to taichi last night even though I wasn't in the mood.”
“Maybe my taichi brother is getting something he needs from the ManKind project.”
“But since all of this came to light I've been thinking about my taichi brother and how he seemed so put together.”
“(T_T) taichi and hiking? walau. so health freak wan?”
“Labels: malaysia, penang, travel comments: kAzu!! said ... wah!! damn healthy man u!!! taichi then hiking!!! respect mann!!!”
“For certain individuals, I've also prepared videos of sports, dance, taichi, swimming and other activities the clients wished to work on works with other recreational videos of the more adult kind for the right sort of folks . . . that would include an induction with trigger phrases for deepening before the clips, with audio mixed in during the clips, and in between the clips for deepening the experience.”
“A jassak presents a sheep and a bottle of milk spirit to the emperor on these occasions and a taichi gives a 'scalded sheep'.”
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