Event Listings

Tai Chi Union Events listings

Most of the events listed on these pages are either led by, or are organised by, registered instructors of the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain.
Members use this form: Add An Event or mail your events to the John Johnston see the contribute page for details.
Non-members events need to go through the Secretary

Upcoming Events

There is also an Event Calendar

  • Cheng Man Ching Legacy weekend camp on 2nd Oct 2021 9:30:am,

    Weoley Hill Village Hall
    Instructor Mark Peters Each year we have a focus for the weekend camp and this years theme is “Breathing life into your tai chi” Saturday 2nd will include tai chi form work in the morning – Breath, intention, and expansion. The afternoon will focus on martial application without effort – sensitivity training, Sung, flow, and... more…


  • Qigong Session Leader Course – Autumn on 23rd Oct 2021,

    The Horsefair
    Instructor: Debbie Gannon Qigong Session Leader Course, endorsed/accredited by EMD UK, National Governing Body for Group Exercise, Complementary Medical Association, Federation of Holistic Therapists and Sports Therapy Association Run over 3 non-consecutive weekends providing a certificate to allow the successful attendee to lead sessions of 18 Qigong movements, based on the Shibashi Set 1. The... more…


  • Introduction to Traditional Neidan & the Neijing Tu on 23rd Oct 2021 10:00:am,


    Instructor Gordon Faulkner There are 4 stages in Daoist alchemy with Laying the Foundations being the first and, the most important. This seminar introduces some of the practices for this vital first stage and also to understand how to use the classic Neijing diagram to help your practice. The Neijing Tu is an energy road... more…


  • Advanced Tai Chi monthly training sessions on 21st Nov 2021 9:30:am,

    Weoley Hill Village Hall
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  • Tai Chi Qigong course for patient rehabilitation on 22nd Nov 2021,

    Hopwood Village Hall
    This eight day course runs over four 2-day modules over the year and is accredited by Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA) and awarded 10 development points (CPD) which is the maximum possible. It is in-line with the new standard written to support people with long term-term conditions. Over the... more…