BURLINGTON, MA–For the first time, the Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo will host a workshop and training program on the Chinese martial art Tai Chi for preventing age-related degeneration in the body. The workshop and training program will be led by notable martial arts instructor Calvin Chin.
The 5th Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo, which is free to all attendees, will be held on March 5th at Burlington Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. To register for free and for more information, please visit www.HealthFitnessWellnessExpo.com.
“Notable martial arts instructor Calvin Chin will be leading the expo’s first ever martial arts workshop,” said Upendra Mishra, producer of the Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo 2017. “The title of his workshop is: An Introduction to Tai Chi Paradigm. It will introduce participants and attendees to Calvin Chin’s signature Tai Chi program that teaches how to prevent age-related degeneration in the body.”
A modern approach to an antiquated way, Tai Chi Paradigm’s training is designed to prevent age related degeneration and focuses on the goal of maintaining a quality of life through proper integrative movement conditioning, much of which is based on traditional martial arts theories.
The workshop will include a talk, group participation and question-and-answer sessions. Chin will cover a number of relevant and important topics in health at any age, including mindfulness of movement, how to adapt exercise routines for any age, and how to unify the body through integrative movement.
The 5th Annual Health, Fitness & Wellness Expo is on March 5th, 2017 from 10: 00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Marriott Hotel in Burlington, MA. It free to all attendees but they must pre-register. For more information and to register for FREE, please visit Health Expo website at http://healthfitnesswellnessexpo.com/
The expo is organized by IndUS Business Journal and INDIA New England News and is sponsored by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Lahey Health and INE MultiMedia, Inc.
Instructor for Tai Chi Paradigm: Calvin Chin:
Chin has been a student of martial arts since 1960. He received his black belt in Uechi-Ryu karate from late founder, Kanei Uechi in 1967. In 1970, he became a private student of Fu Hok Tai He Morn under late founder, Kwong Tit Fu. He was chief instructor, top disciple and appointed successor of the system.
In 1996, he opened Calvin Chin’s Martial Arts Academy, Inc. (CCMAA) in Newton, MA, where he continues to teach and oversee classes.
Among his many accomplishments, Chin has been appointed as Ambassador and Regional Officer for the Eastern Part of the United States for the World Hung Kuen Association (WHKA), awarded as Outstanding Master by the United States of America Wushu-Kungfu Federation and inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2002, and inducted into the United States Kuo Shu Federation’s Hall of Fame in 2009. In the first and second WHKA Tournemants, CCMAA Team USA brought home the most medals of any school under his reign as coach.
About Calvin Chin’s Martial Arts Academy
The mission of CCMAA is to preserve and promote the virtues of traditional Chinese martial arts through its unique Fu Hok Tai He Morn system of training. The discipline of learning a traditional martial art can benefit many students – from those in need of a recreational fitness program to those in search of deeper understanding of a lifelong passion. To learn more about the academy, please visit www.calvinchin.com.