Gradually Wellingtonians are heading back from the beaches, lakes, mountains and other summer retreats. Though this year summer blazed away in Wellington for those who remained behind. Hopefully all students were able to enjoy some relaxing qigong practice somewhere in the warm, fresh outdoor air.
Classes resume: In Karori classes begin on Tuesday 26th January at the Karori Recreation Centre. Chun Yuen at 10.45 and Qigong at 11.15.
In Wellington classes resume on Monday 1 February, 6.30 Chun Yuen, 7pm Qigong at St Marks Community Hall.
Seminars with Master Tse: Once again, Master Tse travels the long journey to New Zealand and Australia to refresh our leaning and teach us some new skills and forms. You can read details on the seminar page of this website plus I sent current students all the information and registration forms last year. The introduction to Hard Qigong is new for students in New Zealand and I would definitely encourage you to sign up for this seminar. You’ll be amazed at how you feel at the end of the session!
Master Tse has a deep, profound knowledge of a range of traditional Chinese skills and he is committed to passing this knowledge on to benefit as many people as he can. His teaching is wonderfully clear and deceptively light hearted. We are lucky indeed he comes this far to share new knowledge and polish our forms.
Australia: Go to wildgooseqigong.net to see what seminars are being taught in Brisbane the last week in February. Students and instructors from there will also be joining us in New Zealand the following week.
New students can join in classes at any time but now is a good time to start. Contact me on 021 613 081 for information. Private lessons are also available for starting and continuing students who want more intensive tuition – perhaps to catch up after time away – or just to polish a form in depth.
Whatever and wherever – happy, healthy new year to you all!!
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