For the 21st time, the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day will be celebrated on 27 April 2019. Among many places in Australia, free Tai Chi & Qigong sessions will be organised in: Epping Creative Centre – Epping, NSW Enmore Park – Marrickville, NSW Glebe Town Hall – Glebe, NSW “The Station” – Newcastle, NSW Beechworth Chinese Gardens – Beechworth, VIC Eagle Heights Park – Tamborine Mt, QLD Bluewater Quay – Mackay, QLD As always, we invite you to submit your photos of the day for our comprehensive report on the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2019 in Australia.
By Howard Choy (Cai Hong 蔡洪), B.Arch. (UNSW), Principal of Shou Yi Taijiquan and Qigong in Berlin and Europe. 16 June 2019 Epping Creative Centre Epping NSW Abstract The Dantian or the “Elixir Field” is a conceptual region about 5 mm below your navel. It is also called the “Qi focus and flow centre”, in the sense that it is an area where the upper part of your body is able to link with the the lower part and vice versa. It happens when your Dantian is full and rotating, so all your physical movements and mental intentions can connect
The Workshop “Alert Hypnosis & Tai Chi” will introduce the techniques that are going to be presented to participants have been developed by David M. Wark, PhD, Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota, USA and Bruce Eads, LCSW, North Carolina, USA. “Alert” is a term to describe hypnosis when a person is physically engaged and is in an active state of mind. Alert hypnosis is effected in the same way as traditional hypnosis but can be practised and replicated without assistance of a therapist when properly taught. By using multiple measures, researchers who compare traditional and alert
Tai Chi, Wushu & Qigong in Today’s World 21-22 September 2019 Macquarie University Sydney Australia The aim of the Conference is to provide a venue for an interdisciplinary forum with the intentionally broad scope to bring together Australian and international scholars, practitioners and teachers from different fields and various directions including, but not limited to cultural, literary, philosophy and social studies, sports and medicine. The conference will include paper and poster presentations, workshops and seminars by practitioners, teachers and researchers. The round table/forum is also envisaged during the Conference where the challenges and problems will be discussed. More information… Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite