Master Janny Wu

Healthy Living Through Tai Chi Chuan

Sacramento, CA US

(916) 508-7939

Janny Wu, also known as Wu Xiaohong, is a seasoned Tai Chi and Qigong instructor with over 15 years experience in teaching people of all ages. Janny’s desire is to share with people the many benefits of practicing Yang style Tai Chi Chuan and through that practice encourage the body to feel younger and healthier.

Janny Wu trained in China and has achieved a sixth Wushu Duan ranking. Master Janny Wu is a disciple under the fifth generation in the Yang Tai Chi family tree of master Zhao Youbin. Janny is skilled in traditional Yang style Tai Chi Chuan 85 form and 37 classic form as well as Tai Chi Sword and Tai Chi Fan. Janny also trained with the fifth generation of Wu style Tai Chi descendant Zhai Wei Chuan and the fifth generation of Bagua descendant Huo Dongli.

Janny Wu has been teaching Tai Chi and Qigong in the Sacramento area since 2007. She and her strong community of students make up the Tong Xin Tai Chi Association. Janny's teachings enable students to feel easy and comfortable as she takes into account each student's needs and maximizes the healthful benefits of their Tai Chi practice.


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World Tai Chi and Qigong Day

  • William Land Park 3800 Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA, 95818 United States (map)

The Tong Xin Tai Chi Association, along with other local Tai Chi teachers and students, will join in the 2016 World Tai Chi and Qigong Day - an annual global event held the last Saturday of April to promote the related disciplines of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong.

It's FREE to attend the event to observe or to join in on a group practice of Tai Chi and Qigong. It doesn't matter what style of Tai Chi you know or if you have never tried Tai Chi before – all are welcome.

Sacramento Parks and Recreation limits the number of attendees for this event. Because space is limited, reserve your place by clicking the RSVP/REGISTRATION button below.

An optional lunch is provided at noon for $5 per person.

Click on the map of Land Park to view enlarged.

EVENT PROGRAM (subject to change)

* 9:00 AM -Setup, registration
* 9:30 AM - Exercise warm up, Qigong,  practice various Tai Chi routines
* 11:00 AM - Observe demonstrations by various Sifus and students
* 11:30 AM - Network, mingle, and socialize
* 12:00 PM - Enjoy lunch
* 1:00 PM - End event

MENU (subject to change)

* Asian Style BBQ Chicken drum sticks
* Hotdogs with condiments
* Potato Salad
* Green Salad with ranch dressing
* Raw Vegetables sticks
* Fresh seasonal fruit
* Tea
* Water



Pete Gryffin, PH.D., has over 30 years of experience with Tai Chi, Qigong and Kung Fu. His research includes implications related to hypoxia, cancer and Tai Chi; Pete was an Alumni Fellow at the University of Florida, where he received his PhD in Health and Human Performance

John Shaw, M.D., from Guangzhou, China, is knowledgeable in traditional Chinese medicine and bone joint replacement. Dr. Shaw helps patients relieve pain caused by long-term bone and joint disorders. Come to the 2016 World Tai Chi and Qigong day gathering to meet Dr. Shaw who will be available for questions and answers.

Earlier Event: April 1
Cultural Events Day
Later Event: May 14
Pacific Rim Street Festival