Sunday 24th April 2022, 10am – 12noon
We will be hosting our annual World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2022 on Sunday 24th April:
- Sunday 24th April, 10am – 12noon
- Fellowship Square, Waltham Forest Town Hall, Forest Road, Walthamstow E17 4JF
- If wet, we will move inside the foyer area.
- Meet at 9:55am outside the Town Hall main entrance
- To book a FREE place or for more information, please fill in the small registration form:
Registration has now closed. You are most welcome to simply turn up for this public event.
In the last two years, we hosted this annual event on Zoom due to the Covid-19 restrictions. We cannot wait to see all of you again in person and do Tai Chi against the beautiful fountain in this iconic place!
|Welcome and warm up
|Qigong and Tai Chi basic movements
|Split into 3 workshops – taster session for new participants,
Tai Chi fan workshop and Tai Chi form workshop
|Mini demo / Winding down / Standing Like Tree meditation
|Q/A + networking
Bring your own drink/light snack or you can get coffee/tea from Fellowship Cafe, open on Sundays until 4pm.
In addition, we will have a “double happiness”/celebration this year. The second event will be hosted by Deyin Taijiquan Institute at Leyton Nagrecha Hall, 198-202 Leyton Road, London E15 . This is a paid event charged by Deyin. Please see full event information and registration form.
More info on World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day is celebrated every year on the last Saturday of April, in over 80 countries and hundreds of cities around the world. On this day, practitioners, teachers, students and other enthusiasts celebrate the health-nurturing effects of Tai Chi (Taijiquan) and Qigong. The scientific and medical research-based evidence behind the benefits of regular Tai Chi and Qigong practices on different maladies and diseases are increasing every year – from arthritis to covid-19, diabetes and other metabolic conditions to anxiety, depression and other menhal health issues. Go to this link to read medical research evidence, organised around specific health issues: https://www.worldtaichiday.org/WTCQDHlthBenft.html.
Dao Lu’s celebrations in the past three years: