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NZ National T'ai Chi Ch'uan Association Inc.
The NZ National T'ai Chi Ch'uan Association supports all T'ai Chi clubs and practitioners in New Zealand. The benefits of T'ai Chi Ch'uan are available to everyone who practises regularly.
The date for this year’s Festival of Tai Chi is 21st November 2015 and the event will be held at the Russley School Hall from 10am – 2pm.
The doors will be open at 9:45am for registration. The entry fee is $5. Programs will be available as well as Association products and instructional DVDs
This is an excellent opportunity to catch up with old friends and learn more about the Tao Arts.
We have Dave Thew, David Wong, Gabrielle Euteneuer, Richard Clark, Terry Young and Tim Exton and Master Linjian Song and Audrey Tan Hayes on the programme.
There will be an address by the President of the Association: Mr Trevor Quirk.
Please lock these details into your calendars and start talking about it in your classes. If you have a group that wishes to participate in the event please let us know and we will endeavour to make this happen.
Further information will appear in the Spring Newsletter.
Please note you will need to supply your own lunch.
For further information email the Secretary, NZ National Tai Chi Chuan Association Inc
Venue: Somerfield Community Centre
47 Somerfield Street, Somerfield, Christchurch South.
Sunday 22 November from 8 – 10 am.
With Terry Young of Wellington .
Supported by the NZ National Tai Chi Chuan Association.
From a Traditional point of view, Tai Chi Routine and Tai Chi Push Hands are both equally important in learning Tai Chi Chuan.
Sunday 22nd November 8am to 10am.
Venue: Somerfield Community Centre: 47 Studholme Street, Somerfield, Christchurch South.
A 2 hour Workshop open to everyone (beginners and advanced) interested in learning about the Chen Style Practical Method of Grand Master Hong Junsheng in Push Hands training.
The 1st session, Terry will take you through a detailed over view from first principles of theory, stance and posture to single hands , double hands methods and understanding concepts of p’eng jin and shen jin as developed by Master Peter Shi-zeng Wu.
The 2nd session will be an informal session of practice: of methods from the first session, individual and partnered training, exchange of ideas with fellow students and instructors.
Those interested in attending or wanting further information are welcome to advise/contact Terry at email@example.com .
Cost: $5 per person
The Chen Style Taijiquan Academy, Wellington.
The Festival of Tai Chi 2011 will be held on Saturday the 12th November at the Cashmere Club, 50 Colombo Street. Registration will start at 8:45 am. There will be a $5 charge per person.
This year’s event will be condensed from 9am until 1pm. Please note there will be no break for lunch therefore people will need to organize their own lunches this year. If you leave the venue you will be able to get back in. This is to allow the program to flow better.
The program will feature a mixture of Tai Chi and Qi Gong demonstrations and the dynamics will be different from previous years. As in the past there will be opportunities for interaction and participation.
On the program this year will be Dave Thew, Principal Instructor of Phoenix Tai Chi, member of the NZ Wushu team and gold medalist at the Nationals, Oceania, Australasian and World Championships.
Terry Young is the New Zealand Instructor for the Chen Style Taijiquan Academy of Melbourne and is based in Wellington He will demonstrate aspects of Chen Style, and he will be joined by Mercedes Godinez also from Wellington. These two are always popular with the crowd.
Gabrielle Euteneur, Senior Instructor of Tao Motion, studies the Mantak Chia form of universal healing. This is her first appearance at the Festival and she will demonstrate a sword form.
Vanessa Lukes will demonstrate the aspects of Zhineng Qi Gong. This is her first appearance at the Festival.
Trevor Johnson from Timaru as well as local practitioners, Mike Penter, Principal of Red Dragon Taijiquan, Hazel Thompson, Trevor Quirk, Loo Chi Hu, and Geraldine Parkes will also contribute towards the program.
For more information please contact the Secretary, Carolyn Veitch.
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
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.