classes in Centennial Park
Larry has been practising and studying tai chi for the past
forty three years in South Africa, Japan, Taiwan, New Zealand
and Australia and has been immersed in Master Huang
Sheng-Shyan's system of tai-chi
(as passed on to Patrick Kelly) and in studying the esoteric teachings of tai chi relating to the martial and therapeutic arts.
TERM 4 -Tai Chi Beginners Class
Saturday 5th October to November 30th 2019 - 9 weeks
Bookings essential - 9 consecutive classes
VENUE: Labyrinth Dickens Drive Centennial Park
Saturday mornings at 8.30am
(join anytime during this period).
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group tai-chi classes
Taiji (tai chi) training is offered in
short-term series or by continuing individual or group
Individual single or group classes can be arranged to suit individuals’ times and locations.
Tai-chi and qigong classes are also held from time to time at Queens Park, Coogee and Maroubra,
and Sydney CBD for pre-arranged corporate or group classes.
Tai chi classes are arranged at your home or a park nearby Centennial Park (right next to the new Labyrinth is a popular location). These classes can be arranged once or twice a week to suit your schedule and preferred location. Ideally, having at least one friend training with you.
The syllabus includes: Cheng Man Ching short form, Master Huang Sheng-Shyan's yang style tai chi long form, five loosening exercises and the 18 sets of push hands.
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.
breathing and meditation
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.