Shropshire Tai Chi Academy
Invites you to a 3 – day Lok Hup workshop led by
Doug Overholt And Susan Carson
On Friday 16th Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th August 2019
At Rushbury Village Hall, Wall under Heywood, SY6 7DX,
For more information and expressions of interest please contact your regular instructor or Jo Lendon tel. 01743 369787 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Suffolk Tai Chi Academy
Invites you to a tai chi workshop led by
On Saturday 6th July 2019
At Woodbridge Community Hall, Station Road, Suffolk, IP12 4AU
For more information and expressions of interest please contact your regular instructor or Lesley Guest tel. 01394 383433
Thanks to all those that attended our international workshop led by James Elser On Saturday 8th, and Sunday 9th June 2019, James made us all work and whats more think about our Tai Chi, James ‘s passion was infectious and I for one thoroughly enjoyed it, as I am sure everyone else did.
ETCA would like to announce that, Judy Lee Fenton has been proposed for the position of the Academy Chair and Lisa Kay for the position of Academy Vice Chair, both these proposals have been seconded and agreed, therefore ETCA welcome Judy and Lisa to their new roles.
The Essex Tai Chi Academy
Invites you to an international workshop led by
On Friday 7th (instructors), Saturday 8th, and Sunday 9th June 2019
At The Lower Plume School, Mill Road Campus, Maldon, Essex CM9 5JA, England
For more information and expressions of interest please contact Lisa Kay
Wednesday 6th June 2018 was the 20th anniversary of the death of Moy Lin-shin. To mark this event, the Canadian Tai Chi Academy held a workshop and commemorative tribute to Mr Moy, to which Academy members from around the world were invited.
Six members of the Essex Tai Chi Academy made the trip to Toronto to take part in the event held from the 5th through to the 10th June. There were six from other UK Academies and many from across Canada. There were five days of workshops, in various locations. As well as tai chi there were sessions on lok hup, sword, sabre, chanting, meditation and stretching.
On the Saturday evening there was a Japanese buffet, followed by cake. Afterwards there were talks, photos, and memories from some of those who had known Mr Moy.
On the Sunday morning Mrs Kwan, a highly respected student of Mr Moy’s visited the workshop. She is in her 90’s but was able to talk about her experiences, through an interpreter, and demonstrate some of the things she has worked on over many years.
It was a great opportunity for tai-chiers to get together and express thanks for Mr Moy’s legacy; to meet old acquaintances and make new friends in the tai chi family. And of course to play lots of tai chi!