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Cultivating Wisdom | Zoom | JULY 22 – 24, 2022

This year’s 2022 Conference for teachers, Cultivating Wisdom, is condensed into two full days and a short evening, beginning July 22, Friday (6:00-8:30 pm Eastern) and continuing Saturday and Sunday, July 23-24, 10:00 am -7:00 pm Eastern.

The shorter schedule reflects simplicity, with time for teachers to share insights together. Some features of a three-day schedule simply do not fit into our two-day schedule. So that teachers may have enough time together to share insights, students will not be invited to join us this year. We teach T’ai Chi Chih in hopes that through practice, our students may develop their insight or “wisdom.”  Let’s plan to Cultivate Wisdom and Joy at this year’s conference!

 

REGISTRATION IS OPEN. It is our intention for this virtual teacher conference to be accessible to all teachers. The suggested donation is $100.

Register HERE, and click Submit Registration to be directed to the Foundation PayPal page. Use a credit card to donate $100.

If you wish to donate more or less than $100, submit your registration, and go to the Foundation home page to make the donation. (The Registrars and Foundation Treasurer will match your registration with your donation.)

World Ambassadors (teachers with an international address and living outside of the USA) are invited to register for free. On the registration form, select the box indicating you are teacher living outside the USA and click ‘Submit Registration’. No payment is required.

Look who’s coming to the conference.

ORDER CONFERENCE SHIRTS AND TOTE BAG WITH LOGO by June 5th so they can be shipped to you in advance of the conference dates in July. Information on styles, colors, and materials and how to order and make payment are in the PDF. Order here, order early!

 


The Conference Planning Team looks forward to seeing you at the virtual conference!

Conference Co-Coordinators – Anita Vestal (email) and Eliza Fulton (email)

Conference RegistrarsJim and Lorel Maple

Communications Judy Kistler-Robinson

Programming Judy Chancey and Sky Young-Wick

Volunteer Coordinator – Linda Jones