HENNY ALLIS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY HENNY ALLIS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
T'ai chi. A t'ai chi instructor leads her pupils. T'ai chi is a series of 108 complex, slow-motion movements (such as "the white crane spreads its wings") designed to ensure effective circulation of the chi, or life-force, through the mind and body - a fundamental principle in Chinese traditional medicine. The technique derives partly from the martial arts of China and partly from Taoism.
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