Wushu Culture Association is proud to present the Fourth International Course of Taiji Quan with Master Faye Yip on 4-6 March 2016 in Auckland. Individual workshops include Taiji Kung Fu Fan, Yang Style New Competition Form, Taiji Quan 24 Movements in Depth and Taiji Quan 42 Movements In Depth.
Master Faye Yip, now based in the UK, was born into one of China’s most influential martial art families. She is daughter of Professor Li Deyin, the creator of Taiji Kungfu Fan and 42 Step Taijiquan.
This is a wonderful opportunity to receive inspirational Taiji instruction from one of the world’s highest authorities. All courses are delivered in English by Master Faye herself. Please click here for more information. To register, please contact Orlando García-Morales, email email@example.com, ph 021 560 200 or 09 2144153.
Official events being organized by the NZ National Tái Chi Ch’uan Association for 2011 are at the following venues.
Tamaki College Community Recreation Centre
Elstree Avenue, Glen Innes, Auckland
Onslow College, Burma Road, Johnsonville
Barrington Park, Barrington Street, South Christchurch
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING.
The Annual General Meeting of the Christchurch Branch of the Association
will be held at 6pm on 2 May 2011 at the residence of Loo Chi Hu QSM at
28 Cross Street, Phillipstown. Please bring a plate if you intend to attend.
“One World … … One Breath”
A relay of special events to celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD) will begin in New Zealand and end 24 hours later in Hawaii.
WTCQD is officially recognized by the United Nations World Health Organization and aims to promote and educate the world to the benefits of practising Tai Chi and Qigong.
Since 2002, at 10.00am local time, Tai Chi and Qigong enthusiasts in New Zealand have had the honour of kick-starting WTCQD for the rest of the world and to initiate a “healing wave of energy” to encircle the globe.
This year WTCQD will be held on Saturday, 25th April and in observance of Anzac Day the usual large public events will take place in the afternoon instead.
However, New Zealand at the prescribed time of 10.00am will still kick-start WTCQD. Individuals and small groups of practitioners will gather to perform Tai Chi and Qigong privately with the hope that the new “healing wave of energy” they initiate for the world in 2009, will also carry the Spirit of Anzac – for peace, freedom, unity, love of life.
In Auckland, the celebration of WTCQD will for the first time take place over two days. On Saturday afternoon the public demonstrations will include mass displays of Tai Chi and Qigong performed by combined clubs and schools. A special seminar is planned for Sunday to teach the Ba Duan Jin Qigong routine. This simple to learn, evidence-based health Qigong from China is currently being promoted world-wide.
Research have shown that the traditional Chinese health technologies of Tai Chi and Qigong can reduce anxiety, depression, and chronic pain conditions. They can boost the immune system, improve respiratory function, burn calories, dramatically improve balance, improve cardiovascular benefit, provide powerful stress management tools, and slow aspects of the aging process.
WTCQD in New Zealand is organized by the New Zealand National Tai Chi Chuan Association Inc.
WTCQD in Auckland is sponsored by SPORT AUCKLAND and ASIA NEW ZEALAND FOUNDATION
“One World … … One Breath”
Details of WTCQD in Auckland as follows:
|Public Demonstrations||Chinese Health Qigong Seminar|
|Date||Saturday, 25 April 2009||Date||Sunday, 26 April 2009|
|Venue||Tamaki College Community Recreation Centre||Venue||Marcellin College Gym|
|Elstree Ave||617 Mt Albert Rd|
|Glen Innes||Royal Oak|
|Time||1.30 pm – 4.30 pm||Time||9.00 am – 1.00 pm|