World Tai Chi and Qigong Day 2017 ***updated***

We had a fab and very well attended day practising

Qigong and Tai Chi

You made this day very special indeed by your presence.Thank you to all who attended, you made this a very special day indeed

Check out the photos and videos

Special mention to Hazel for putting yourself out there and doing the sword display with me, many thanks.

Preparing to do the Tai Chi hand form, 108 moves

 

Hard working students preparing for hand form practice

 

This Year for World Tai Chi and Qigong Day, Highland Healing Space is organising an event. Unlike last year’s event which took place outdoors, this year the community room has been booked at Milton of Leys Primary school, just in case the weather is not quite what we expect…

The event is open to all, we will practice some qigong and some taichi, and hopefully there will be some of us to hand to do some displays.

The venue: Milton of Leys Primary School, community school
The date : 29th of April 2017
The time : 10 am till 11.30 am
The Price: Free

Please book your place with me and don’t hesitate to share with others.

Here is what the founders of WTCQD say about the event

At 10 am on the “last Saturday of April” each year, in 60 nations and 50 US states, hundreds of mass Tai Chi & Qigong exhibition events, open to the public are held to educate about Tai Chi & Qigong health benefits.
Beginning with the earliest time zones of New Zealand and then occuring at 10 am local time spanning 60 nations to end with the final events in the last time zones of Hawaii.
All are welcome. Find local events you can join at http://www.worldtaichiday.org, or if there isn’t one in your area, you may start one yourself by using the free resources at the “Schools Resources” at http://www.worldtaichiday.org.
Feel free to post this announcement everywhere you can, as WTCQD is a global volunteer event that depends on all who’ve benefited from tai chi & qigong to help spread the world of this extraordinary global health & healing event. http://www.worldtaichiday.org
This event has been recognized by the United Nations World Health Organization, and proclaimed officially for 17 US states by their governors, as well as senates, legislatures and mayors of various countries.
It has been covered or served as a source for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, South China Morning Post, Reader’s Digest, USA Weekend, CNN, FOX National News, and over 100 media worldwide.
Get this years “exact date” and learn more at: http://www.worldtaichiday.org

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