World Taichi Day

Taichi is an ancient Chinese martial art that exercises the mind and body through slow movements. Practicing taichi regularly can improve balance and coordination, increase energy and stamina, reduce stress, and calm the mind. Qigong (pronounced “chee-gong”) is an “energy exercise” that connects the mind and body to promote healing. Learn to use your breath in a simple practice to help circulate your body’s energy and connect with others. Free to attend! 

Join Hansie Wong, Haoyun Jiang, and the Federal Way Community Center taichi group for WORLD TAICHI DAY on Saturday, April 27 from 10A -12P at the Pacific Bonsai Museum. We will be doing a short series of easy qigong movements as well as a few popular taichi forms. This event is open and free to the public and great if you’re curious about this ancient Chinese martial art. You will leave feeling both energized and relaxed. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and be prepared to participate!

About Your Instructors:
Hansie Wong
has been practicing taichi since 1997 and enjoys sharing the philosophy of these arts with the public. She is a movement enthusiast and is passionate about applying body awareness and mindfulness to maintain and optimize health. She teaches taichi and qigong at the Federal Way Community Center on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings at 8:30 am and occasionally presents free public workshops. Please visit her website for more information and upcoming events.

Hao Jiang has also been practicing taichi since 1997 and studied Chen style in China. She is knowledgeable in the history and application of the martial art. She teaches at the Federal Way Community Center on Wednesday evenings at 6:50 pm as well as at Highline Community College on Sundays. You can get a glimpse of her practice in this video.


Apr 27 2024


10:00 am - 12:00 pm