Master Tse seminars a huge success

  Students in New Zealand and Australia have had a veritable feast of new learning and polishing of older learning over an intensive two weeks – first in Brisbane then on the Kapiti Coast.  It’s great that students and teachers travel to support each country’s programme and to show hospitality both sides of the Tasman.Continue reading

Chen style Taijiquan classes starting in Te Horo

  From Wednesday March 13 Sifu Shaw will be teaching Chen Style Taijiquan classes at Te Horo Hall from 7pm – 8pm.  Sifu Shaw has responded to strong local interest in establishing this class.  Dayan Qigong classes continue as advertised but this is a new class and is likely to attract beginner students – orContinue reading

2019 Seminars with Master Michael Tse

  Once again New Zealand (and Australian) students are looking forward to the annual visit of Master Michael (Wei Jing) Tse from the Tse Qigong Centre in the UK.  The Australian programme begins on February 20th and includes a form new to students and instructors, Miju Quan, a closed fist form in the Chun YuenContinue reading

Damo Staff Seminar in Hawkes Bay 13 October

Sifu Belinda Hadfield continues her Damo Staff teaching in the Hawkes Bay, hosted by her student Sifu Jennifer Leaf.  For details contact Sifu Jennifer Leaf or Sifu Belinda Hadfield at www.wildgooseqigong.nz Damo Staff is one of the key forms in the Chun Yuen Quan (North Shaolin) syllabus within the Tse Qigong Centre teaching.  It isContinue reading

New Class Starting at Te Horo Community Hall (Otaki)

Sifu Shaw has advertised a Wild Goose Qigong class in a new location on the North Kapiti Coast.  Having moved her household to the Otaki area, Sifu Shaw has decided to offer a class or classes in the area.  Te Horo Community Hall is not far from where she now lives.  It is a historicalContinue reading

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 andContinue reading

Change of day and venue for evening class

Classes resume in Karori and Wellington city this coming week.  Karori classes remain the same at Karori Recreation Centre with Chun Yuen Quan at 11am and Wild Goose Qigong at 11.30 am. But in Wellington city there is a change of both the day and the venue – though the times remain the same.  ClassesContinue reading

Successful Seminar introducing Chen Taiji Quan

The following comments were received from students who attended the first in a new seminar series introducing Chen Taijiquan to Tse Qigong Centre students in New Zealand. “After all these years I have never tried my hand at Taijiquan.  I have of course seen it being demonstrated by Tse Sigong and some of the veryContinue reading

Seminar Introducing Chen Taiji Quan Short Form

Chen style ‘Tai Chi’ (Taiji Quan) is one of five traditional Chinese skills taught within the Tse Qigong Centre.  Chen is the original Taiji skill from which other, often more commonly known Taiji skills, such as Yang style, have developed. Whereas Wild Goose Qigong is a skill purely for developing health and well-being, Taiji QuanContinue reading

Seminars to be held Terms 3 and 4

Wild Goose Qigong Seminar – Paekakariki Memorial Hall Sifus Cynthia Shaw and Belinda Hadfield will be holding another Wild Goose Qigong seminar in September.  This will follow similar formats as the previous seminars where students who know the form are able to polish and refine their work; and students new to learning the form are ableContinue reading

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