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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NCCCAF 2017 Tai Chi Tournament

  • James Logan High School 1800 H Street Union City, CA, 94587 United States (map)

Some members of the Tong Xin Tai Chi Association will compete in the fifteenth annual Chinese American Olympics of Northern California hosted by NCCCAF (Northern California Chinese Culture Athletic Federation).

Northern California Chinese Culture Athletic Federation was founded in 2003 to help unify our overseas Chinese community. During these 15 years, our athletes and volunteers have grown to tens of thousands of participants. Each year, we hold over 20 competitions starting in May and running through the August Sports-Meet, which is recognized as one of the greatest Chinese sports programs in the bay area. Countless outstanding young athletes have been cultivated by us, and we are very proud of all the remarkable records created by our excellent athletes. In addition to our summer focus on sports, we have also organized over 100 cultural exchanges and theatrical performances over the past 10 years. Thanks to our enthusiastic sponsors, associations, athletes and volunteers’ continuing support and participation. We look forward to the ongoing development of our sports and cultural exchange with the overall Chinese community - building on our mission of developing unity, harmony, and spirit through the strong actions of rejuvenating the Chinese nation and dream.
— Chi Tai (March 18, 2017)
Earlier Event: June 17
2017 Wushu Championships
Later Event: September 23
2017 Health Qigong Forum