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NEW EVENT - LISTEN OUT MUSIC FESTIVAL TAI CHI WITH FLUME OCTOBER 5 CENTENNIAL PARK SYDNEY 7.30PM

MONDAY TUESDAY Wednesday THURSDAY

morning

individual training

 

 

 

 

 

afternoon

individual training

morning

individual training

 

 

 

 

 

afternoon

individual training

7am to 8.30pm

TAi chi

Invitation only

8.50am to 10.00am

Small individual group class

Invitation only

Centennial Park Labyrinth

afternoon

individual training

individual training

friday saturday sunday public holidays

morning

individual training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

afternoon


individual training

7.00am

quick fist
qigong
weapons
stick form
short stick
long stick (Taijipo)

by invitation!

venue:
Centennial PArk

8.30am

beginners
intermediate tai-chi
looseNing up exercises
short, long form
push hands

venue:
Centennial PArk Sydney

8.50am to 10.00am

individual class

Invitation only

Barwon park MAtraville

enquire for individual classes

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Taiji Sydney provides lessons in the Eastern Suburbs and Centennial Park.

Public Tai-chi classes are held every Saturday morning at 8.30am in Centennial Park Sydney.
FREE Public Tai-chi classes are held every Monday and Tuesday morning at the Bowen Library Maroubra.

Brief description of curriculum:-
First year – beginners
Introduction to the principles and physical movements of Tai Chi
• Five relaxing exercises; 37-move taiji Short Form, seven pushes of 'Pushing Hands'
• minimum of one class per week
• provision to attend a second class per week after the first year
Second year - intermediate
• Revision of Short Form;
• Tai Chi Long Form
• Weapons optional (if keen) – Tai-Chi Broadsword, Straight Sword, Fan and Stick forms
Qigong
• The Eight Pieces of Brocade
• 18 Buddha Hands
• loosening and stretching exercises; Pa-Kua exercises
• Advanced Pushing Hands with in depth revision and additional exercises
• continued revision of weapons forms


Basic Principles of Sydney Taiji/tai-chi classes and training
Tai Chi is the ideal exercise for all ages and health status, requiring only an attitude of being open to the teaching and practice; of genuine inquiry, patience and perseverance; and a willingness to examine one’s self and inner conscience.

Health Benefits
As we grow older, our muscles and joints tend to stiffen and our inner energy to decrease.

Tai Chi exercises were designed and refined over hundreds of years to counter the effects of age and create a surplus of energy in the body.

Physical and psychological health improves, and spiritual well-being is supported. In the relaxation that tai chi practice brings, harmony and contentment in life is found.

Tai-chi relaxes and regulates the central nervous system, promotes physical and mental well-being and releases emotional and physical stress accumated through work or other anxieties.

People of all ages can cultivate relaxation, balance, central equilibrium and physical co-ordination through these gentle and non-jarring exercises.

Tai-chi is also often referred to as 'a moving meditation' or 'moving in stillness' or promoting self awareness and self discipline which in turn generates a feeling of well-being, where inner tensions dissolve and the 'mind' starts to quiten.

A focus on awareness, breathing and visualisation techniques help to promote a deeper sense of relaxation and focus.

 

nine clouds taiji with Patrick kelly and students playing push hands demo.

Quickfist (Sanfeng Quaichuan) after Master Huang Xingxian "Tai Chi Caledonia 2013"

Master Huang Xingxian Tai Chi

 

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