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Chi

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 33.33 centimeters. It is sometimes called a Chinese foot.
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Harvey and threeyear-old Chi Chi are both show dogs and dog models who appear in TOP DOG: Groom TV adverts.
Entering The Flow (20 min) - Introduces the first two principles of T'ai Chi - Slow Down and Relax - along with the first two moves in the flow sequence.
For downtown choreographer Daria Fain, Tai Chi opened the door to Chinese philosophy.
Based on the martial arts, tai chi chih has been touted for improving posture, balance and mobility, as well as reducing stress, said Roberta Taggart, a Los Angeles tai chi chih instructor.
He remains under house arrest at the An Quang pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City.
Chi Chi told how his father once awakened him in the middle of the night because he heard someone trying to steal bananas from the tree in their yard.
Founded in 1895, Chi Omega Fraternity is the largest women's fraternal organization in the world with over 300,000 initiated Sisters and 174 collegiate chapters.
One of my favorite breathing chi kung methods I call "Ocean Breathing.
Older people need more exercise,'' says Kiko, ``And tai chi is perfect for them because it is very slow and much easier than yoga and other physical activities.
But that didn't make his task any easier as Chi (24-2, 14 KOs) walked through Morales' best shots and pressured the champion throughout.
What we don't see, said Jackson recently, during a break from conducting a tai chi class in Pasadena, are the chunks of hamburger meat spread between her fingers to encourage Jake to look as though he's memorizing the movements.
Tai chi students get the benefits of working out without the pains that can come with some more strenuous activities, said student Edna Wensil.