White Crane Bamboo Club affiliated to the International Taiji and Qigong Federation.

   ITQF Spring Seminar 5th March 2022.

Click on the link below for details of the Seminar





1. Tai Chi Day.

Date: Sunday 29th May 2022 - 10.00 to 16.00 hrs.

Date: Sunday 25th September 2022 - 10.00 to 16.00 hrs.

Syllabus TBA.

Venue: Oxhey Wood Primary School - Oxhey Drive, South Oxhey.

Herts. WD19 7SL.

Morning 29th May Syllabus - Fan Form.

Afternoon 29th May Syllabus - Sabre Form.


Cost: £35.00 for ITQF Members and £45.00 for Non members.

Contact: David Hackett. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

2. Tai Chi in the Park

Mornings sessions from 10.30 to 11.30.

These may vary from week to week. Please check with David the instructor.

Venue: Astro Turf pitch near the Pavilion at South Oxhey Playing Fields.

 Contact David for any further details.

World Tai Chi & Qigong day Cassiobury Park, Watford 19/04/2022.

 A great morning had by all practising Tai Chi in the park.


1. Deyin Tai Chi Summer Camp by Master Tary & Faye Li Yip.

 This weekend will be held at: Lilleshall National Sports and Conferencing Centre

Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 11th to 14th August 2022.

Link to Deyin website:

Contact: David Hackett. Email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



1. Tai Chi & Ethnic Culture China Trip April 2022.

Tour Highlights: Full details TBA.

See website for more details -

2017 Trip review: What a fantastic time in China, a well organised trip by Master Tary Yip. The group was well looked after by Tary and his guide. There was professional instruction on Tai Chi and Chi Gung by Master Tary Yip plus some really interesting tours to ancient Chinese sites "The Great Wall" - "Forbidden City" plus more up to date visits like the fantastic Teracotta Warrior exhibition.

The Gade museum was jaw dropping, the amount of exhibits on show and for sale was incredible. I absolutely loved the Wudang Mountain trip the scenery is breathtaking, and top level Wudang Tai Chi training by Taoist Monks.

The Chinese infrastructure i.e. road and rail is amazing. Not one pot hole even high up in the Wudang Mountains. Also I could get a full five bars on my mobile anywhere I went again even in the mountains, calls were crystal clear to back home in the UK. I found that I had no problems either with the WiFi access in the hotels, so emails were easy to send and receive.

There is so much more to mention, so if you are thinking of going in 2022 and want more information please ask David or check Deyin website.

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