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Qi Gong Retreat in Auckland, 29 May – 1 June 2020

A four day residential retreat to explore and experience Qi Gong in theory and practice. We will learn to develop our ability to sense Qi, to bring about the free flow of vital energy, to witness our movements and deepen into the expression of Qi.

Covid-19 update: Due to recent developments – the retreat at Vaughan Park is cancelled and is replaced by a 2 day non-residential retreat.

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Taiji Mu Quan

Dr. Pang Created a new method, Taiji Mu Quan (taiji mother form) in 2015 and taught teacher Yang Yunzhong. In recent few years, Dr. Pang gave teacher Yang many lectures and told him to spread it in all over the world for spreading Zhineng Qigong culture. This method manifests the essence and source of all the taiji, like the mother of all kinds of taiji. It is based on the zhineng qigong hunyuan entirety theory and the second life pattern theory. I learned this method from teacher Yang, I feel it is taiji, but more like qigong, it’s very good for practitioners improve their state.

Taiji Mu Quan is very simple and easy to learn, and it’s also very interesting when you practice. It’s good for old people and young people both.

It main benefits:

1, Open and enhances middle channel qi

2, Works on the entire transformation of the universal qi and internal qi, create very good state

3, Practice consciousness observation, brings consciousness towards the true-self

4, It is very effective on improving the health and create harmony in life.

We will hold a retreat in China for cultivating Taiji Mu Quan international teachers 24 February—16 March.

Please see the details on our website:

Disclaimer: This information has been shared by a member of the NZNTCCA for the benefit of other members and is not necessarily endorsed by the Association.

Person Profiles

Tim Exton has been appointed to the committee. He will bring a wealth of knowledge and fresh ideas into the mix. The existing committee welcome Tim for his enthusiasm

Dave Thew is the new Guinness Book of records holder for playing Tai Chi from go to whoa. I am sure that more details will be made public as soon as Dave gets his breath back: Mention must be made of the supporters that went down to Temuka to spur Dave on and keep him to the task.