Welcome to the Taiji Forum 2017
Our planning is completed, the workshop programme is arranged! The online registration for the Taiji Forum 2017 is now activated. – And what’s best: until May 1st 2017 there is a 10% discount on tickets for all who register and pay early!
We are glad to welcome you to our international meeting for Chinese movement, healing and martial arts in Hanover (Germany), taking place from September 8th to 10th 2017.
This year it is all about Yangsheng – the Care for Life, with workshops on e.g. Qigong (Heart-Qigong, 5 Animals, 8 Brocades), Taijiquan (Basics and Push Hands), Bagua, TCM, Tuina (Chinese massage techniques), calligraphy and an introduction into the I Ching.
The workshops are complemented by a colourful social program with an open push hands session, a vernissage with paintings by Yonghui Deistler-Yi on Friday evening and the Gala of the Chinese arts on Saturday evening.
Our international teachers* LINK are looking forward to an exciting and relaxing weekend!
* Our international guests will mainly teach in English, but a translation into German language is provided by their students! All workshops will be bilingual (English/German).
Early Bird discount
Early Birds can book all three days for 243 Euros (Gala included), two days 198 Euros, one day for 99 Euros.
Groups of 7 persons or more, which register and pay as a group, may register directly by email. They receive an additional discount of 10%.
Regular prices (from May, 2nd 2017)
After the early bird period the regular prices apply: three days (FRI-SUN) 270 Euros (Gala included), two days 220 Euros, one day 110 Euros.
The workshops are chosen on spot after the presentation of the teachers, a prebooking of single workshops is not necessary. However, we ask for a reservation for the workshops calligraphy and I Ching.
For all who prefer to complete the registration form offline, see here for more info.
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