Save the date: 4/27/19, Sat 10 AM to noon for TaiChi
Chinese Arts Alliance of Nashville is hosting its annual World TaiChi & QiGong Day at the Dragon Park, Fannie Mae Dees Park, on 4/27/19 from 10 AM to noon. It is a free event, open to the public. All ages are welcome.
2019 World TaiChi & QiGong Day @ Dragon Park
(Fannie Mae Dees Park, 2400 Blakemore Ave, Nashville)
Workshops and demonstrations will be presented.
Wear your work-out outfits and prepare for a hands-on experience.
Presenters are Dr. Cindy Hui-Lio, Joe Rea Phillips, Rusty Rust, Peter Hodes, Peggy Watson, Steve Heath, Robert Abell, and Jen-Jen Lin.
What Is TaiChi? It is a low-impact gentle exercise that began as a martial art. TaiChi improves the flow of energy through the body, leading to greater awareness, calmness and an overall sense of wellness. It is also described as “Meditation in Motion.”
What Is QiGong? Pronounced chee gong, QiGong is a practice that involves a series of postures and exercises including slow, circular movements, regulated breathing and focused meditation.
April 27 is also the Music City Marathon Day, and NFL Draft event; please anticipate some roads blocks and traffic.
Practicing TaiChi/QiGong is a life-time journey. It is never too late to learn TaiChi and QiGong. It is a gentle exercise, and a way to fitness, wellness, and health!
Join the celebration!