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World Tai Chi &

Qigong Day

"One World, One Breath"

Email Us for Zoom Link or: 

Saturday, April 27th, 2024 -

 9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon (CDT)

"Spiritual practices that involve the physical body, such as t'ai chi, qigong, and yoga...are helpful in weakening the pain-body. They will play an important role in the global awakening."

- Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth

**Watch our video from a previous year:


Experience Healing Movement

for Every Body through the ancient

art of Tai Chi & Qigong...

**Over 80 Countries Participating**

Be part of a Healing Wave Across the Planet!

Come celebrate with us and learn about the history and healing benefits of Tai Chi & Qigong with the rest of the world! It begins in New Zealand and travels time zone to time zone across the globe. This is an interactive event, so dress comfortably for the occasion and join us from the comfort of your own home or backyard if the weather is nice!

Allison and Allyn of MoonWillow, and special guest, Jarett Sanchez of Fox Valley Tai Chi, will guide you through the history, benefits, and healing movement of Qigong, and Yang & Chen Style Tai Chi. There will be time for Q&A at the end as well as information on our ongoing classes and workshops. Email us for link if you're not already on our email list!

Check out this video from our 2017 World Tai Chi Day Celebration produced by Randee Belvedere:

Sadly, we are no longer at Young Masters in Woodstock since Covid shut down the facility in 2020, but we are continuing online and live classes in our area of northern IL. Stay posted by getting on our email list for future updates on class opportunities!

Our special guest for World Tai Chi Day 2024 is Jarett Sanchez, who was featured in the above video, and comes from the Chen Style of Tai Chi, but also works in Yang, and Southern Crane Kungfu.

Jarett Sanchez, Fox Valley Tai Chi

Showing Silk Reeling Method

Images from our previous World Tai Chi Day events in the historic

Woodstock Square (pre-Covid days)


“Harvard Health Publications has called Tai Chi “Medication in Motion” for all the myriad health issues it has been proven to help…” 


For more information, Call Allison Deputy at MoonWillow Tai Chi,

(847) 308-0469 or email 

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