This year’s topic is the 42 Form, aka the competition form. Designed in 1989 by Professor Men Hui Feng and Li De Yin. It combines Chen, Yang, Wu and Sun tai chi styles. It emphasizes the fundamentals and incorporates modern science to provide a psychologically sound exercise that is balanced and health oriented.
Join the world wide celebration of good health and global healing. This is a worldwide event involving over 80 countries and all 50 states. The purpose of this day is to introduce the public to the health benefits of tai chi and traditional Chinese medicine. It is also a chance for tai chi students to come together and share different aspects of tai chi.
The 13 Annual World Tai Chi Day - The Woodlands is the longest running World Tai Chi Qigong Day (WTCQD) gathering in SE Texas. This year the gathering will be on April 30, 2022 at The Woodlands Recreation Center, Rob Fleming, 6464 Creekside Forest Drive, The Woodlands, TX. It begins at 9:00 AM and will last until 12:00 PM. The public is invited to attend free workshops and demonstrations throughout the day. Everyone present can join the qigong and tai chi group practices starting at 10:00 AM..
Our annual gathering has been hosted by The Woodlands Recreation Center, and Tai Chi Martial Arts (TCMA) since 2010. Last year, the website was rebooted to add a virtual gathering in addition to the live event due to COVID 19. Our special guest for 2022 is Master Russell Haws. He has studied several styles of tai chi, pushing hands and several weapons over the past 40 years. Master Haws will be leading participants through the 42 Posture form used in international competitions.
Meet and greet along with our traditional acknowledgment of the tai chi art.
Opening Statement and announcements
Introduction to Qigong: TBA.
Open hand and weapon demonstrations by local groups.
Join us for the annual group photo.
Greetings from the WTCQD founder, Bill Douglas.
Join the group for Qigong
Join us for tai chi group practice or the loop for people new to tai chi.
Join Master Haws for a walk through if the 42 Competition Form. Open class for everyone.
Basic exercises common to all schools of qigong.
Introduction to pushing hands.
Join our annual moving push hands line..
If you have questions about World Tai Chi Qigong Day, tai chi or qigong, send us a message. Please contact us for information about joining the event or submitting a video demonstration. We will get back to you as soon as possible.