Chinese characters: Guang Ping Yang Tai Ji

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2019-April 27: World Tai ji and Qi Gong Day
Another successful presentation by the CCGPTJQ Club along with Drs. Mark and Roberta Walcutt, Deborah Salazar and David Chosid.



Drs. Mark and Roberta Walcutt performed the 37 movement Tai Chi form and Push Hands.


David Chosid demonstrated Bagua Elbow Form.


CCGPTJQ Club members Jen Kano and Louise Sebra preform Embrace the Moon Sword Form.



Louise Sebra teaches Tai Chi for Balance at the YMCA in Hyannis twice a week. She led the participants through simple movements.


Eight Piece Brocade Qi Gong had everyone on their feet with smooth, gentle movements taught by Deborah Salazar.



World Taiji and QiGong Day is celebrated every year on the last Saturday in April. It starts in New Zealand at 10 AM local time. From there it spreads its wave of calm and healing from time zone to time zone around the globe on all continents, all 50 states and in 80 countries. Through local events starting at 10 AM local time it concludes with the final events in Hawaii.
2019-February 5: The Year of the Pig, Chinese Dinner & Awards
The banquet at Dynasty Buffet in Falmouth was attended by 38 members and their spouses. Recognition was given to white pin recipients Olivann Hobbie and Evelyn Land for learning the entire 64 move set. And Dianne Marshall, the green pin as she applies the 19 Principles to her TaiJi practice. 

White Pin Receipient

White Pin

Green Pin Recipient


Our Octogenarians and Nonagenarians birthdays were celebrated during our dinner.
Octogenarians

Nonagenarians
Our Club's members practice Taiji into their 80's and 90's.

The teachers were recognized also for their work for the club: Paul Andrews, Geoff Way, Jen Kano and Clif Genge.

2019-January 7: National Guang Ping Yang T'ai Chi Association
The National Association is our sister organization. Their annual membership is due now, so if you were a member last year, then it is time to renew. Their goal is to promote, perpetuate, develop interest in, and preserve the quality of Guang Ping Yang style T'ai Chi Chuan through-out the world, and to provide support for research and education in Guang Ping Yang T'ai Chi. 
Click this link to join @ $30 for new member, or $40 for renewing member. 
Your annual dues gives you a member discount to the national convention in October and their newsletter, The Universal Post. 
Please consider becoming a member of Guang Ping Yang T'ai Chi Association.

Note that the Cape Cod Guang Ping Tai Ji Quan Club promotes this organization as a service announcement for our own members. 

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