Tai Chi Daily Blog — qigong

WORLD TAI CHI DAY 2016

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"On the last Saturday of April each year at 10 am, tens of thousands in hundreds of cities, in over 70 nations come together... to breathe together... to provide a healing vision for our world. Be a part of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2013 on Long Island. Help spread the word!" - worldtaichiday.org Shorefront Park in Patchogue Long Island is one of the many locations around the world to hold this Tai Chi and Qigong event. This year's event was held from 10 am to 12 pm Saturday, April 30th, 2016. The weather was great, check out the...

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TAI CHI'S FLOWING MOVEMENTS

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The discoveries I made during my first 2 years of practicing tai chi chuan This post was written by LK who is a guest blogger on Taichi-daily.com I came to tai chi chuan by chance and stayed because I loved the exquisite beauty of its flowing movements and its calming effect that I felt right away. At the time, I saw it as an alternative to traditional sitting meditation (which I tried to master many times over many years and only ended up torturing myself), as well as one of somatic arts, a kinesthetically intelligent and beautiful movement system that...

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WORLD TAI CHI DAY

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WHAT IS WORLD TAI CHI DAY? World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD), also spelled World T'ai Chi and Ch'i Kung Day, is an annual event held the last Saturday of April each year to promote the related disciplines of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong. Tai Chi and Qigong classes are offered free to the general public in 100s of cities, spanning 80 nations. World Tai Chi and Qigong day was co-founded by Bill Douglas and Angela Wong-Douglas in 1999. The annual April event is open to the general public, and begins in the earliest time zones of New Zealand...

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