If you teach Tai Chi or Qigong and want to expand your classes, teaching, and attendence ... you came to the right place. Organizing a World Tai Chi & Qigong Day event each year can be a vehicle for bringing more of the community to be aware of your classes. We have also helped Tai Chi & Qigong teachers worldwide get local, national and international media attention for their classes. By being part of a "mass global happening" you interest your community and local media in what you do. We also provide you with Medical Research to educate your community and media about Tai Chi & Qigong's value to them and their readers/viewers. If you are a Tai Chi or Qigong practitioner, and want to create a better world ... you came to the right place. World Tai Chi & Qigong Day brings people together worldwide to focus on personal and global health & healing. We help you, teachers and enthusiasts alike, find an existing event near you or create one in your area. Here's where you start ...
We Help You Create Successful Events!
Whether helping organize an existing event, or organizing a new WTCQD event, we'll help . . . When we start learning Tai Chi and Qigong, often our intention is single pointed, stress management, health enhancement, etc., but as our practice evolves we realize that so much more awaits us on so many profound levels. So, it's not suprising that the same thing occurred with World Tai Chi & Qigong Day's evolution . . . There was something extraordinarily moving about seeing the entire world . . . breathe together . . . on this special day each year . . .
Tools for organizing an Event
In the menu, you'll find links to help your local event educate the most people locally of the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong, alert the public and media of local classes and schools, and expand the global healing wave that is WTCQD.
Free Banner, Poster, and Flyer/Leaflet artwork, support the free Organizing Kits include a Community Organizing Kit; and Media Kits for all aspects of your Event, inlcuding Pre-Event Media; Event Media Coverage; and Tips on Organizing the Actual Event itself.