Teaching Tai Chi in its traditional form, known as Taijiquan, this practice focuses on the martial and self-defense values of Tai Chi.
What does TJQ stand for?
TJQ stands for Taijiquan (Chinese martial art)
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We have 2 other meanings of TJQ in our Acronym Attic
- Times Journal of Photography
- Tight Junction Protein 1 (gene)
- Transbay Joint Powers Authority (San Francisco, CA)
- Tayside Joint Police Board (UK)
- Texas Juvenile Probation Commission (funds/oversees juvenile probation services in Texas)
- Thomas Jefferson Planning District (Virginia)
- Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission
- Thomas Jefferson Partnership for Economic Development (Charlottesville, VA)
- Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
- Threshold Joint Position Sense
- Tajik Rouble (currency code; now TJS)
- Techniques Japonaises de Reiki (French: Japanese Reiki Techniques)
- Terminal Jaw Relation (orthodontics)
- Total Joint Replacement
- Toure Jim's Records (French music label)
- Traditional Japanese Reiki (alternative healing practice)
- Texoma Junior Rodeo Association (Texas)
- Toney Johnson Real Estate (Homer, LA)
- Tribunal de Justiça do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (Portuguese: Court for the State of Rio de Janeiro)
- Thailand-Japan Rubber Symposium (est. 2007)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Especially proficient in Taijiquan (a kind of traditional Chinese shadow boxing).
On Day 1 of the competition, Yemen's Yusef Al-Khadari won the first gold medal of the games for the Taijiquan Kung Fu style.
Chen Xiao Wang, head of the World Chen Taijiquan Association and one of the most famous living practitioners of Taiji (the Mandarin word for Tai Chi) in the world, will give a series of seminars starting tomorrow.
in Yoyogi park with Chinese Ambassador to Japan Wang Yi, joined in morning exercises with local citizens and even demonstrated his skills in the Chinese martial art of taijiquan.
Taijiquan originated in China during the Ming and Qing dynasties in the 17th century based on the positive and negative principles of Chinese philosophy.
Taijiquan, also known as tai chi chuan, tai chi, or taiji, is an ancient exercise that encompasses health, physical fitness, and sell-defense.
Written in collaboration with tai chi teacher and composer Bill Pierson, this is, in reality, a philosophy book, using basic movements of Taijiquan and the underpinning philosophies, to approach the teaching of singing.