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International program in the Southern European Center with banquet of the Chinese New Year

International program in the Southern European Center with banquet of the Chinese New Year

It was a splendid banquet and we were honored with the attendance of several representatives from different countries and associations of the field of health, all that in a festive and cheerful atmosphere. Both the organization and the realization of the banquet were carried out by volunteer members from thirteen different countries. We also had […]
Chinese New Year Banquet – Colorado Branch

Chinese New Year Banquet – Colorado Branch

Gung Hay Fat Choy The Colorado Branch held our traditional Chinese New Year Celebration February 23rd with a hundred of our members plus ten local dignitaries. Poor weather cleared in time to host the well-attended event. The program included welcome and opening remarks by member Donna Samuels, Year of the Pig remarks by Dan Hartman, a […]
Celebrating the Year of the Pig in Ipswich GB

Celebrating the Year of the Pig in Ipswich GB

More than sixty members from seven classes throughout Suffolk spent time together in Ipswich this week to celebrate the Year of the Pig.  Members arrived early to help decorate the hall, prepare food, make puerh tea for the break, and start the sale of raffle tickets  We enjoyed practising tai chi together, and hearing tales from the early days of the […]
Chinese New Year display in Perth GB

Chinese New Year display in Perth GB

Perth celebrated Chinese New Year with dragons and lions and a parade through town, and a CNY theme to tonight’s riverside Light Night.     TTCS members were there, displaying our tai chi ‘set’, and giving out lots of leaflets to promote modern ways to start learning this ancient Taoist Art.     Lighting was […]
Holiday Gala in Portland

Holiday Gala in Portland

The Portland Branch greeted the holiday season with its annual Holiday Gala.  Tai chi practitioners along with family and friends enjoyed a bountiful meal together.  Each attendee contributed a dish to create the feast.  Delicious dishes, salads, and DESSERTS were contributed by the 120 attendees.  Live music provided by two branch participants completed the festive […]
Seniors’ Day and a flashmob in Budapest

Seniors’ Day and a flashmob in Budapest

The Taoist Tai Chi Society has joined the International Senior’s Day celebrations. On the 10th of November we gathered in Budapest to greet our senior members. The program started with a flashmob organized in one of the busiest downtown squares, where both participants and viewers enjoyed the movement in this unusual form. After the demo […]
Celebrating International Seniors Day in Great Britain

Celebrating International Seniors Day in Great Britain

Branches across the UK celebrated International Seniors Day with an array of Open Houses, coffee mornings and tea parties.  Demonstrations of our tai chi, presentations of the health benefits of Taoist Tai Chi TM practice and personal testimonials were shared with members and guests around the country; the emphasis being valuing older people and recognising […]
NYC Senior’s Day Celebration

NYC Senior’s Day Celebration

There is no age at which you don’t reap a benefit from practicing Tai Chi. And as all of us know, seniors seem to both gravitate to and stick with the practice and the culture of the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA,  reaping multiple benefits to both body and mind that help overcome […]
Arizona Location – Earth Dog Community Project

Arizona Location – Earth Dog Community Project

AZ Earth Dog Community Project Participants from the Greater Phoenix Area Location, reached out to their local “Earth Dogs”. Sweatshirt dog beds were crafted, and items were gathered for the Lucky Paws Rescue & Sanctuary. Lucky Paws is a cage-free sanctuary who specialize in finding homes for older dogs and various other animals. It is […]
PORTLAND BRANCH ENGLISH TEA FUNDRAISER

PORTLAND BRANCH ENGLISH TEA FUNDRAISER

PORTLAND BRANCH ENGLISH TEA FUNDRAISER In October the Portland Branch enjoyed its first English Afternoon Tea/Fundraiser.  A group which had been enjoying small tea tastings for several years decided they would like to put on an English Tea and they did it well.    The day before the event the volunteers were busy in their […]
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