Master Tse Returns to New Zealand

On 28 February, Master Tse will start his 2018 seminar series with a Chun Yuen (North Shaolin) called 13 Grab Stick.  For students who have learned the Damo Staff, the movements will be familiar and they will enjoying wielding the shorter staff.  The Qigong form this year continues with the lovely Plum Blossom Gong and on the weekend, experienced students will be going deeper into the skill of Heavenly Monastery Hard Qigong.

Registrations close this Friday to avoid a late fee.  Any non members interested in the evening seminars can contact me to discuss.

Courses are also being run in Brisbane starting 21st February – I can send the programme if anyone wishes to see it or contact Wild Goose Qigong Australia www.wildgooseqigong.net

The New Zealand programme is:

Wednesday 28 February:  13 Grab Stick   6.30 – 9.00pm, Porirua College, Driver Cres, Porirua

Thursday-Friday 1-2 March:  Plum Blossom Gong    6.30 – 9.00pm, Porirua College, Driver Cres, Porirua

Saturday-Sunday 3-4 March: Heavenly River Monastery Hard Qigong (members only)   Saturday 1-5pm, Sunday 11am – 3pm

Monday 5 March: Polishing and Reviewing Seminar:  6.30 – 9pm Porirua College.

 

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