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New Tai Chi Location and Qigong Seminar

The Orange-based Aiping Tai Chi Center is opening a satellite location inside DWKing Talent / Shi Studios in Westport. In the Westport location, Shifu Shirley Chock will teach group tai chi classes on Fridays from 11am to noon and group health qigong classes on Wednesdays from 10 to 11am. Chock is a former U.S. women’s national tai chi champion and disciple to Grandmaster Aiping Cheng. 

Join Aiping Tai Chi Center for its grand opening event on November 6 from 10am to noon. The grand opening will include tai chi and health qigong demonstrations, free mini classes, special discount offers, raffle prizes and refreshments.

At its Milford location, Aiping Tai Chi Center is organizing a rare qigong seminar opportunity on November 16 from 11am to 5pm with one of China’s top qigong masters. Professor Juan Jiang from the Chinese Health Qigong Association and professor of qigong at Shenyang Sports University, will give a workshop on yi jin jing (tendon changing exercises). Professor Jiang is the 2012 international champion of the Yi Jin Jing individual routine at the 2012 International Health Qigong Competition.

Yi jin jing is a renowned and popular classical Chinese qigong exercise. Its practice can assist in pain relief in the muscles, ligaments and tendons in the neck, shoulders and back. In this seminar, participants will learn all 12 movements of the routine and will have the option of purchasing an instruction book and DVD. The seminar cost is $120, which includes lunch and refreshments.

For more information, call 203-795-0203, email AipingTaiC[email protected] or visit  New location: DWKing Talent / Shi Studios, 49 Richmondville Ave, Westport. Qigong seminar location: Hilton Garden Inn, 311 Old Gate Ln, Milford.

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