Star Wars Tai Chi.

Via on Aug 25, 2010

May the Chi be with you:

No, really:

Star Wars Tai Chi from John Leo on Vimeo.

Darth Vader Tai Chi.

Chi is the Chinese word meaning ‘life force’ – an energy created by all living beings. A Tai Chi master’s strength flows from this FORCE.

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3 Responses to “Star Wars Tai Chi.”

  1. Aron Stein says:

    Oh dear god. I love Tai Chi. I hate watching it.
    Unless it's this:

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