NEWS

TCY Update May 2022
World Tai Chi and Qigong Day

On Saturday April 30, for the 18th year, Tai Chi Yukon members joined tai chi players around the globe to celebrate our art and extend a healing wave of qi around the planet. Nearly 30 people showed up to breathe, stretch and appreciate our beautiful home. We are grateful for being able to live and work on the traditional territories of Kwanlin Dün First Nation and Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.

A huge thank you to the members who attended the Special Meeting held immediately after World Tai Chi Day celebrations. Thanks to their approval of the bylaws resolution, our documents have been accepted and certified copies are filed with the Registrar of Societies. 

It is so gratifying to have this stage of transition to the new Societies Act completed. The final reporting will come after our Annual General Meeting in the fall.  Many thanks to the efforts of the TCY Board for guiding us through this project. 

Thank you to the Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre for allowing us to once again use their beautiful plaza by  the Yukon River and the Whitehorse Public Library for use of their meeting room. Kudos to the instructors and board members of Tai Chi Yukon who led our practice and organized the subsequent meeting. Finally, a special thank you to photographer extraordinaire Bruce Barrett who has donated his talent for many years.

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Our group doing long form.

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Lisa Pan led the 18 movement qigong.

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Thanks to all who came out to our special meeting after practice.

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Most of the group who bundled up to practice on a chilly but brilliant morning.