Taiji Forum Meeting 8th- 10th of September 2017
Qigong – TCM – Calligraphy – Taijiquan – I Ching – Bagua
The 2nd Taiji Forum Meeting took place from September, 8th to September, 10th 2017 in Hannover, Germany.
Thanks to all participants and teachers!
The 2nd Taiji Forum is an international Exchange Meeting for Chinese Movement, Healing and Martial Arts. Founded as an exchange meeting for Chinese arts, it is aimed at beginners, advanced students and teachers as well as alternative healers and other health care practitioners. It offers an opportunity for all participants to discover new aspects of the Chinese arts and to enhance their skills.
This year’s guiding theme is Yangsheng – the „care for life“ or the „furthering of life force“. Under this umbrella term, which includes health aspects as well as aspects of self-cultivation, workshops and lectures will take place covering Qigong, TCM, Tuina, Taijiquan, Baguazhang, Calligraphy and the philosophy of the I Ching. A social programme with gala complements the three days of the meeting.
The focus of the workshops at the Taiji Forum lies on practical work on the basics and body experience of the principles. All workshops are led by experienced and qualified instructors. As we were able to engage known teachers from all over Europe and even from Asia, the Taiji Forum 2017 will be more internationally orientated. The main teaching language and the official language of the meeting is English. The second language of the meeting is German. Some guest instructors are accompanied by their students, so that even technical explanations in German will be no problem. Furthermore, our experience with the International Push Hands Meeting, which will take place for the 17th time in April, shows that there will always be somebody at hand to provide you with a helpful translation.
You can find all information about the teachers and workshop topics here:
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Nils Klug (GER) – Project Coordination
Gabi Kannenberg (GER) – Office
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