Flying Rainbow Fan & Therapeutic Qigong Workshop
Saturday, April 20, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Sunday, April 21, 2013 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
The Workshop has been changed because Helen Wu will not be coming - However, we are still having it without Helen Wu - so it is half price. For those of you who have already paid you will be reimbursed. The workshop will be held at the studio and not The Phoenix Inn. See Facebook
Don't miss this internationally famous martial artist. She will be teaching Therapeutic Qigong (developed by her grandfather) and the Flying Rainbow Fan - The Essental Routine. Master Wu is truly an extraordinary teacher & has vast know of martial arts. She will be coming to Greenville, SC for several days to work with Qi Works Studio fan students and teach a two-day workshop. Space is limited so sign up today. If you do not have any tai chi or fan experience, Qi Works Studio will be running an intensive course over the next two months to perpare students. For more information go to IntensiveTaiChiandFan.eventbrite.com
About Master Helen Wu:
Helen Xiao-Rong Wu was born in Shanghai, China in 1956. She began her training in the martial arts when she was 3 years old, studying under both her grandfather, legendary martial artist Zi-Ping Wang, and her mother, Professor Ju-Rong Wang, the first female professor of martial arts in China.
In 1999, Kung Fu/Tai Chi magazine, a leading U.S. martial arts magazine, and the Canadian journal, Martial Arts Fitness and Profiles magazine, both honoured Master Wu’s extraordinary talents as a teacher and her inestimable contributions to martial arts. In February 2004, Kung Fu/Tai Chi magazine again ran a feature article celebrating her achievements as a pioneer in the introduction of Chinese martial arts and healing systems to North America.
Master Helen Wu teaches Tai-Chi credit courses at the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York University in Toronto, Canada.