(initial posting 12/1/19)
Being a longtime Star Trek fan and also a Tai Chi player for several years, I became interested in MoQbara (sometimes spelled mo'kbara), the "Klingon Tai Chi" seen in a number of scenes in Trek, mostly in The Next Generation when Worf is teaching classes. Having decided I wanted to cosplay with the MoQbara uniform, I felt a need to learn more about the martial art so I could do the "play" part.
So I needed to do some research. I went online and found out some interesting things, such as that they had a martial arts advisor on the set who developed the forms, but I didn't find anything that really answered my questions. There was some advice that you could fake doing MoQbara by just doing regular Tai Chi, but I didn't want to just fake it. So I went back to the source --the series-- and observed that there were several short snippets, in different episodes, but the only one that showed enough for it to look like a "form" (in the sense of movement through a series of postures) was in the "Birthright" episode. But even there we had the typical TV problem of only being able to see what the camera shows us. For example, it usually shows people just from the torso up, so we don't see what their feet are doing; also it occasionally moves away to show different people in the scene.
What I wanted to do was fill in those missing pieces, and not finding the info I needed online, I began to realize that I'd have to figure it on my own. I had enough Tai Chi training; I should be able to do this. So I watched and rewatched the section in "Birthright", analyzing what I saw, playing the movements, and trying to make educated guesses about what I was not seeing. It was a fun and interesting process, and, I think, a good exercise in Tai Chi "mind".
In any case, I was pretty pleased with the result. Here is a video I took with my initial quickie costume: (video added 6/22/20)
As a side note, I'll observe that while some of the MoQbara
snippets from other episodes look like they came from
this form, not all of them do. But it seems reasonable
that MoQbara, like Tai Chi, would have multiple forms,
And indeed, Worf does use
the plural "forms" when talking about it.