World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day Patchogue

Gallery 2012

Water Tiger School of T'ai Chi Ch'uan Patchogue Long Island New York

Laoshi Laurince D. McElroy

Suffolk County, Long Island

NY USA

2012

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World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Bill Donnelly (R) from Green Cloud Kung Fu in Holbrook in the early stages of his workshop, “The Yin / Yang of Technique”.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): From Qigong and aspects of her 24-Posture Form through exercises to help address Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Sharon Infante (C) from Movement Music and More in Mount Sinai takes participants through their paces.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): (R to L)Robert Calarco, Suffolk County Legislature – 7th District, with William Hilton, Village of Patchogue Commissioner of Parks & Recreation and Trustee, and Laoshi Laurince McElroy looking on, presents a Proclamation from the Suffolk County Legislature at the beginning of the morning. The proclamation acknowledges the 12th year of the event in Patchogue and health benefits of the Chinese arts. During his presentation, Legislature Calarco spoke to the importance of centering oneself through arts like T’ai Chi and Qigong in these stressful times. 

World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day – Patchogue at Shorefront Park (April 28, 2012): William Hilton (C), Village of Patchogue Commissioner of Parks & Recreation and Trustee, with Robert Calarco (R), Suffolk County Legislature – 7th District, looking on, presents Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) with a Proclamation from the Honorable Paul V. Pontieri, Jr., Mayor of Patchogue, and the Village Board of Trustees. The proclamation acknowledges the health benefits of the Chinese arts and recognizes April 28th as World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day in Patchogue. Mr. Hilton expressed the village’s thanks for the annual event and for the work put forth by McElroy Laoshi on an annual basis.

World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day – Patchogue at Shorefront Park (April 28, 2012): During the Facilitators' Demonstration (L-R) Elan Abneri (Zhang Style Tai Chi Chuan) plays a cutting from his Zhang-Style Long Form, Bob Klein & Jean Goulet (Long Island School of T’ai-Chi-Ch’uan) play their Yang-Style Short Form, and Sharon Infante (Music Movement and More) plays her Yang-Style Short Form.

World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day – Patchogue at Shorefront Park (April 28, 2012): Another view of the Facilitators' Demonstration (L-R) with Laoshi Laurince McElroy moving through Water Tiger's 24-Posture Yang-Style Form and Judith Budd-Walsh (Harmonious Movement) moving through the third section of her Yang-Style Long Form - a cutting she calls Fair Lady Works at Shuttles.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): A solo shot of the group demonstration captures Bill Donnelly (Green Cloud Kung Fu) flowing with his Yang-Style 108 Form.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Judith Budd-Walsh (L) from Harmonious Movement in Port Jefferson begins with Meridian Therapy and moved through Tibetan Breathing Qigong and the first third of her Yang-Style Long Form.

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World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) leading his workshop on "13 into One - Finding the 13 Root Energies of T'ai Chi in a Single Posture".

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Bob Klein (CR in black jacket) from the Long Island School of T'ai-Chi-Chuan in Sound Beach leads his second workshop of the day, “How to Make Your Form Fluid”.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): (R to L)Robert Calarco, Suffolk County Legislature – 7th District, with William Hilton, Village of Patchogue Commissioner of Parks & Recreation and Trustee, and Laoshi Laurince McElroy looking on, presented a Proclamation from the Suffolk County Legislature at the beginning of the morning. The proclamation acknowledges the 12th year of the event in Patchogue and health benefits of the Chinese arts. During his presentation, Legislature Calarco spoke to the importance of centering oneself through arts like T’ai Chi and Qigong in these stressful times.  World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day – Patchogue at Shorefront Park (April 28, 2012): William Hilton (C), Village of Patchogue Commissioner of Parks & Recreation and Trustee, with Robert Calarco (R), Suffolk County Legislature – 7th District, looking on, presents Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) with a Proclamation from the Honorable Paul V. Pontieri, Jr., Mayor of Patchogue, and the Village Board of Trustees. The proclamation acknowledges the health benefits of the Chinese arts and recognizes April 28th as World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day in Patchogue. Mr. Hilton expressed the village’s thanks for the annual event and for the work put forth by McElroy Laoshi on an annual basis.World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day – Patchogue at Shorefront Park (April 28, 2012): During the Facilitators' Demonstration (L-R) Elan Abneri (Zhang Style Tai Chi Chuan) plays a cutting from his Zhang-Style Long Form, Bob Klein & Jean Goulet (Long Island School of T’ai-Chi-Ch’uan) play their Yang-Style Short Form, and Sharon Infante (Music Movement and More) plays her Yang-Style Short Form.World T’ai Chi and Qigong Day – Patchogue at Shorefront Park (April 28, 2012): Another view of the Facilitators' Demonstration (L-R) with Laoshi Laurince McElroy moving through Water Tiger's 24-Posture Yang-Style Form and Judith Budd-Walsh (Harmonious Movement) moving through the third section of her Yang-Style Long Form - a cutting she calls Fair Lady Works at Shuttles. World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): A solo shot of the group demonstration captures Bill Donnelly (Green Cloud Kung Fu) flowing with his Yang-Style 108 Form.World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Judith Budd-Walsh (L) from Harmonious Movement in Port Jefferson begins with Meridian Therapy and moved through Tibetan Breathing Qigong and the first third of her Yang-Style Long Form.World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Laoshi Laurince McElroy (L) leading his workshop on "13 into One - Finding the 13 Root Energies of T'ai Chi in a Single Posture".World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): From Qigong and aspects of her 24-Posture Form through exercises to help address Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Sharon Infante (C) from Movement Music and More in Mount Sinai takes participants through their paces.World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Bill Donnelly (R) from Green Cloud Kung Fu in Holbrook in the early stages of his workshop, “The Yin / Yang of Technique”.World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Elan Abneri (3rd from L) from Zhang Style Tai Chi Chuan based in Centereach moves through his workshop helping participants with balance, alignment and rooting in static stances and in movement.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Elan Abneri (3rd from L) from Zhang Style Tai Chi Chuan based in Centereach moves through his workshop helping participants with balance, alignment and rooting in static stances and in movement.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Working with Water Tiger Student Patricia Hsieh (C), Spencer Gee (R), Spencer Gee Wellness Corporation of Old Westbury, details balance and movement coordination using a variety of exercise tools and toys he brought with him.

World T’ai Chi & Qigong Day — Patchogue (April 28, 2012): Working with Water Tiger student Patricia Hsieh (C), Spencer Gee (R), Spencer Gee Wellness Corporation of Old Westbury, details balance and movement coordination using a variety of exercise tools and toys he brought with him.