Grandmaster Tse Seminars March 2017

Once again, Grandmaster Tse Wei Jing (Michael) returns to Brisbane and Wellington to teach Wild Goose Qigong and Chun Yuen (Northern Shaolin) Quan seminars for the classes here and any interested newcomers.  Students from Wellington, Kapiti Coast and Hawkes Bay classes, joined by colleagues from Australia, come together for this special time of learning new skills and polishing old ones.  Two years ago Master Tse organised instructor training in Wellington for senior students and next March, there will be a second instructor training day this time in Brisbane. Invited students and instructors from New Zealand will travel to Brisbane for this and other seminars taught by Master Tse.

New Zealand Programme

Five Tiger Breaking the Gate Dao (Chun Yuen Quan)

Wednesday – Thursday 1-2 March 6.30 – 9.00 pm.  Venue: Porirua College

Heavenly River Monastery Hard Qigong

Friday 3 March 6.30 – 9.00 pm.  Venue: Porirua College

Plum Blossom Gong (Dayan Qigong)

Saturday – Sunday 4-5 March: 1.00 – 5.00 pm Sat; 11.00 am – 3.00 pm Sun. Venue: Porirua College

Refining and Polishing (Chun Yuen / Qigong)

Monday 6 March 6.30 pm – 9.00 pm.  Venue: Porirua College

Australia Programme

Peaceful and Calm Meditation

Thursday 23 February 6.30 – 9.00 pm  Venue: Mt Gravatt Stadium

Enlightenment Gong

Saturday 25 February 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm ; Sunday 26 February 11.00 am – 3.00 pm  Venue: Mt Gravatt Stadium

Dayan Qigong Healing Hand Gestures

Monday 27 February 6.30 pm – 9.00 pm.

Instructor Training

By invitation only.  Friday 24 February.


For New Zealand – use contact form on this website

(or contact your Sifu)

For Australia – visit Wild Goose Qigong Australia




Introductory Qigong Courses

Sifu Shaw will run a daytime and an evening introductory course in October.  These courses introduce students to the principles and basic movements of Dayan (Wild Goose) Qigong.  Selected movements from the first two foundation forms, Balancing Gong and Healthy Living 1 Gong will be demonstrated, practised by students and benefits explained.  You will complete the course able to practise these movements at home and experience some benefits of this ancient health practice.

Proposed times: Monday evening 5.30 – 6.30 pm ; Wellington City
Tuesday Morning  10 – 11 am ; Karori

Cost: $45 for the three lesson course.
Free one year registration with Tse Qigong Centre (worth $60) for students who decide to
continue with classes beyond the introductory course.

Proposed dates:  If sufficient registrations of interest, courses will begin October 10 (city) and October 11 (Karori).

Register your interest here using the contact form or reply form below.  Please leave your email address, a mobile phone if you have one, and which day and location you are interested in.



Wild Goose Seminar 2 – October 15

Following on from the successful seminar in May (see previous post) Sifus Cynthia Shaw and Belinda Hadfield are leading the second Wild Goose seminar for 2016.  This one will be held at the Memorial Hall in Paraparmumu from 10am – 3pm on October 15.

Once again, non-members are welcome to join Tse Qigong Centre members to begin to learn this beautiful skill which is at the heart of the Dayan Qigong tradition.  Students who began to learn the form in May will continue their learning and experienced students will again have the opportunity for in-depth polishing and refining.

Both Sifu Belinda (in 2015) and Sifu Cynthia (in 2016) have recently travelled to the UK and participated in Wild Goose seminars led by Grandmaster Michael Tse.  This was an important opportunity to deepen their understanding of and proficiency in performing the 1st and 2nd 64 Wild Goose forms, and to re-connect with the world wide family of Dayan Qigong instructors.  They look forward to sharing their insights with students in New Zealand in this seminar series.

For detailed information and registration form, email or phone 021 613081.




Wild Goose Qigong Seminars 2016

With Sifu Belinda Hadfield and Sifu Cynthia Shaw

  • Seminar 1: May 21 at Porirua College 10 .00am – 3.00 pm
  • Seminar 2: October 15 at Paraparaumu Memorial Hall 10.00 am – 3.00 pm

Opportunity to begin to learn, review or polish the lovely 1st and 2nd 64 Movements of Dayan (Wild Goose) Qigong

Sifu Belinda (Kapiti Coast) and Sifu Cynthia (Wellington) are both experienced instructors affiliated to the Tse Qigong Centre (UK) and have been teaching more than ten years in New Zealand. Some students have been with them for many years and others have recently begun their Dayan Qigong journey of learning.

Open to members and non-members, this is your chance to attend two intensive seminar days focusing on the Wild Goose 1st and 2nd 64 forms. This is the centre-piece of the Dayan Qigong System and no matter how many other forms you learn, these will remain life-long favourites. The 1st 64 works on post-natal illnesses and problems in the body and it helps balance the body and open the channels. The 2nd 64 works on pre-natal illnesses and problems, with the energy going deeper and with more intricate movements. Such is the depth of these forms, students and instructors constantly find aspects to discover and polish.

  • For both new and experienced learners, Day 1 (May 21) will focus on First 64.
  • For experienced learners, Day 2 (October 15) will focus on Second 64
  • For all others, Day 2 will continue your learning and polishing from where ever you got up to on Day 1

Each day costs $100 (non-members $160). Bring lunch but tea and snacks are provided.  You may enrol for one or both days.

Enquiries to: or or or phone Sifu Cynthia 021613081. You will be sent a registration form to send with payment.

Registration closes Wednesday May 18th.





Moon Gong with Master Michael Tse

6 March 2016

In this form, one of the things we do is to walk the Bagua using special hand gestures. This helps us to collect Yin energy from the moon. When the moon is full, we can get even more benefit. Yin energy which helps us to calm down Fire in the body. When someone has too much Fire, they can easily have high blood pressure, headaches and migraines, red eyes with dryness and burning, mouth ulcers and pimples. They can also have a problem with their temper, being easily angered and irritable. This form will help to smooth the Liver and Heart Qi and make the mind calm and body relaxed.































7 Star Opening Gong with Master Michael Tse

5 March 2016

This gentle form connects with the seven stars of the Big Dipper and the north direction. North relates to the water element and, thus, the kidneys. Healthy kidneys are very important for our good health and will give us lots of energy and help us to keep a clear and focused mind. So regular practise of this form will also help to develop our Sky Eye potential as our Qi gets stronger and body healthier.


































Hard Qigong Level 1 – Part 1 with Master Michael Tse

4 March 2016

Hard Qigong works to develop the body and internal organs to a super degree of health and condition by using special breathing techniques that are unique to this type of skill. It will help to strengthen the bones and marrow and bring up very strong Qi in the body. Level I is very good for anyone suffering from weak Qi, poor circulation, low energy and weak bones and tendons.

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5 Tiger Knife with Master Michael Tse

2-3 March 2016

The fuill name of this form is Five Tiger Breaks the Gate Knife and it uses a very long cloth as a colourful and noisy distraction against an opponent, helping to camouflage the knife blade. Although you may have never thought of yourself as practising weapons, they actually will train the body in a different way than barehanded forms do. Master Wu Chun Yuen still practised this form in his seventies and so we know that it is a skill for all ages. Regular practice of the form will make the body light, flexible and the mind agile as it develops coordination internally and externally.