Tai Chi Australia

Tai Chi is an Chinese martial arts, but had wings worldwide especially in Australia.

Tai Chi for Arthritis

Tai Chi cures arthritis by a regular functioning of muscles and bones during practice.

Tai Chi for Stress Relief

Tai Chi brings freshness and relieves all stress of mind, soul and body.

Tai Chi Classes

Tai Chi can be learnt by attending regular classes by trained instructor and experienced professionals.

Tai Chi Online

Online video of Tai Chi and the availability of DVDs can also make a learning of Tai Chi.

Sunday, 10 March 2013

NSW Seniors Week 2013

Tai Chi and Health Qigong have been practised for hundreds of years in China as Martial Art. Nowadays, science has suggested that it is one of the best alternative medicine for health purposes. Health Qigong and Tai Chi is especially suitable to senior people. It consists of soft and gentle exercises, as well as, integrating your mind, body, and spirit.

Tai Chi and Health Qigong are part of Chinese Traditional medicine (TCM), which has been inherited for thousands of years. Science research shows that the benefits include reducing stress, and promoting balance and flexibility. Health Qigong is like body rhythms dancin
ough practicing Tai Chi and Qigong, it can help people increase their strength and developing a calm and harmonic lifestyle by improving the flow of internal energy (or qi) throughout the body.

Indeed, people who do Tai Chi regularly say they feel better, look better, think better, and improve their general sense of well-being.

The Senior people, George and Jan, are excellent examples for us all, they said:  “Tai Chi does not only help us step out from the depression, but builds a kind of relaxing, comfortable and healthy lifestyle.  Now we are enjoying everyday living”.

Sue Chang Tai Chi master suggests that seniors persist in practising Tai Chi, keep their body & mind in a good balanced healthy condition before chronic diseases come to you.

So come join us in the celebration of NSW Seniors Week by participating in the following free Tai Chi classes:
  • Lidcombe - Tuesday 19 March 10-12pm
  • Winston Hills - Friday 22 March 9:30-10:30am
  • Merrylands - Saturday 23 March 9-10am
  • Castle Hill - Saturday 23 March 8-10am
Hope to see all the seniors there!

Wednesday, 6 March 2013

Free Tai Chi Workshop 2013

Want to learn more about Tai Chi, but don't want to fork out any cash for it until you're convinced that it works? Here is your solution!

TCFA is currently holding free Tai Chi workshops at Mt Druitt for people to learn and practice the skill of Tai Chi. For more information visit www.tcfa.com.au or simply call us at (02) 9686 2282.

The Wash House
5 Kelly Close, Mt Druitt NSW 2270
Thursday 14 March - Tai Chi for Relaxation
Thursday 21 March - Tai Chi for Arthritis
Thursday 28 March - Tai Chi doe Correct Posture
Thursday 4 April - Tai Chi for Inner Health
Phone: (02) 9677 1962
Email: info@tcfa.com.au

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Yang Style of 85

Classes for Yang Style of 85 is starting today! It is suitable for those students who have experienced the Yang Style of Tai Chi and want to move onto something more challenging. The class will be held by Master Zhang Xiandeng on Mondays from 7 to 8pm at Lidcombe's Dooleys Club.

Master Zhang Xiandeng is the 6th generation of Yang Style from Master Zhao Youbin. He is extremely experienced in teaching the Yang Style. Perfection takes years and Master Zhang can help you get here.

Click here to find out more about the Yang Style of 85.

Do not miss this opportunity!