Join us for
World Tai Chi Day!
When: Saturday, April 29, 2023
Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Lake Redding Park, 2225 Benton Dr., Redding, CA 96003
Note: Masks are optional but recommended
World Tai Chi Day is practiced the world over on the last Saturday of April each year. People meet at 10:00am in their local time zone.
World Tai Chi Day is open to anyone who has an interest in Tai Chi. This year we have two instructors to introduce you to different exercises and aspects of Tai Chi. Participants will be able to take a short 40 minute class from each teacher.
Past guest instructors are Chris Netto, Master Instructor Nadia Hava-Robbins, and Michel Czehatowski. As we get closer to the event we will confirm who will be teaching at this event.
Get your commemorative
North State World Tai Chi Day T-shirts!
The 2022 North State World Tai Chi Day Instructors were:
Nadia Hava Robbins is
certified by the American T'ai Chi and Qigong Association as a Master T'ai Chi Instructor and is proficient in Tai Chi Sword and Fan. Nadia is a talented instructor and will introduce the group to the fundamentals of Tai Chi Sword exercises.
Michel Czehatowski is the instructor for Redding Tai Chi. He teaches classes at Unity Church and through the Shasta College Community Education program. He will present the underlying principles of Tai Chi through easy-to-learn exercises that are suitable for all ages and abilities.
10:00 am - Welcome and Orientation
10:20 am - 12:00 pm Group sessions. Participants will break up into groups. One with each instructor. At the end of the 40 minute presentation everyone will rotate to a new teacher and session.
12 noon: Tai Chi Form and Sword Demonstrations.
12:20-12:50 pm - join the teacher of your choice for another half hour of Tai Chi learning and practice.
1:00 pm Closing words. Sessions end - Bring your lunch and enjoy the park!
We will also be selling Redding Tai Chi T-shirts to raise money for the Redding Tai Chi Meditation Garden Project.
World Tai Chi Day is a free event but to help defray costs donations are appreciated.
World Tai Chi Day is sponsored by: