World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day 2016

Date and Time: This year’s date is Saturday April 29th, 2017. 9:00 – 11:00 AM
Location: Cushing Memorial Park, Framingham
To Register: No Registration Required! Just come and join us.
Cost: Free for everybody.
Experience Level: This event is open to all levels, including those who have never done any T’ai Chi and are just curious.

About The Event
The weather is getting warmer which means that World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day is right around the corner.

World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day is taking place on Saturday April 29th this year and is simply a day promoted to celebrate T’ai Chi. If you want to learn more about the day, visit the web site.

Anyone is welcome to come join us at Cushing Memorial Park in Framingham. I will get there at about 9:00 AM and stay until at least 11:00. Feel free to stop by anytime – don’t feel like you need to get there right at the beginning and feel free to leave early if you like.

All are welcome, whether you have taken classes with me or not. If you have taken classes in the past and are looking to get involved with T’ai Chi again, this is a great way to start practicing again. If you have taken classes with someone else and have learned a different style, this will offer you the opportunity to see what our form looks like and to share with us how yours differs.

We will use the time to go through the movements and the forms. I will adapt what we are doing based on who shows up. We may even do a little pushing hands. If you are unfamiliar with the movements or activities, you can feel free to try following along or just sit and watch – whatever works for you is fine. This is also a great opportunity to meet people from the various classes and just get to know one another.

To find us, simply go to the middle of the park and look around. You should be able to see us from there. We usually meet in among some trees (it is a beautiful little spot), across the field from the back of the maintenance building. The picture below shows where we meet.

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Here is a map to the park:

One note… When we practice in the park we are practicing on grassy and somewhat uneven ground. If you are unsure of your balance, I would urge you to bring something that you can use to stay stable and safe (such as a chair or a walking stick).

If you have any questions, feel free to call or email me.

Hope to see a bunch of you out there.