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One World ... One Breath

For nearly two decades, a quiet subtle phenomenon has grown across the planet. Each year, on the "last Saturday of April," in 100s of cities in over 80 nations, spanning 6 continents... World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events have been held around the planet all on the same day.
The event's motto is "One World... One Breath," and in recent years Tai Chi champion, David Dorian Ross (of PBS. tai chi specials fame), and Bill Douglas, Founder of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day (author of a best-selling tai chi book, "The Complete Idiot's Guide to T'ai Chi & Qigong," have teamed up to livestream this global phenomenon as it unfolds across the planet... dubbing this livestream project as "24 Hours of World Peace."

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Be a healing part of history!

Join in World Tai Chi & Qigong Day! Last Saturday of April each year (10 am local time worldwide) in 100s of cities, spanning 80 nations, people come together, to breathe together, providing a healing vision for our world. Spread the word! WTCQD is April 28, 2018

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Find a Local Class or WTCQD Event

WorldTaiChiDay.org has connected hundreds of thousands of people to local Tai Chi & Qigong teachers and schools in our effort to create a clearer, calmer, healthier world, another FREE public service to teachers and the public from World Tai Chi & Qigong Day.

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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day ... 100s of cities, in over 80 nations

Why should we Share Tai Chi & Qigong with the world?

Local PBS Affiliate: How Tai Chi Helps Chronic Health Issues at the University of Kansas Hospital’s Turning Point Program
Dr. Herbert Benson speaks on how & why Tai Chi and Qigong should be Profound Parts of Modern Healthcare
Global Media Covers Tai Chi Medical Research on World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
Harvard Researchers Mark World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

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Harvard Health Publications wrote: Tai chi is often described as "meditation in motion," but it might well be called "medication in motion" …

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Your WTCQD email newsletters are great -- really informative, playful, energetic and fun! Some of my students also receive them. -- John Zetterstrom,Taoist Arts Instructor, United Kingdom

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