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TAI CHI SOCIETY

Tai Chi Sydney

Tai Chi & Qigong beginners in Sydney
Location
Address
Day
Time
Annandale
the corner of Johnston & Collins sts
Hunter Baillie Church Hall
the entrance is on Collins st
Wed
6.30 pm
Bondi Junction
Waverley Primary School
155 Bronte Rd
Tues
7.30 pm
Camperdown
26 Australia st
Sat
4.00 pm
Castle Hill
247 Old Northern rd
near Castle Hill shops
near the Corner of Cecil Ave
Wed
6.30 pm
Chatswood
9 Victor St
Mon
6.30 pm
Chatswood
7 Victor St
Wed
9.30 am
Dee Why
150 Fisher Rd North
Cromer Community Centre
near the corner of Tennyson rd
Tues
6.30 pm
Hornsby

25 Edgeworth David Ave
near the corner of Sherbrook Rd

Thurs
6.30 pm
Narraweena
the corner of Oceana & Alfred sts
Thurs
11.00 am
Northmead /
Parramatta
Northmead Primary School
the corner of Moxhams & Kleins rd
Wed
7.30 pm
North Sydney
165 Blues Point Rd
next to the cafe
4 minutes walk from North Sydney train station
Tues
5.45 pm
Rooty Hill
34A Rooty Hill rd South
Fri
10.00 am
Sydney

15 Argyle St
Near the corner of Kent St

Mon
6.00 pm
Sydney
the corner of Lower Fort & Argyle Sts

Sat
11.00 am
Willoughby
Willoughby Art Centre
Cnr McClelland st & Warrane rd
Thurs
10.30 am

Tai Chi Sydney offers Tai Chi and Qigong classes, for novices and beginners, that start regularly at all our Sydney Tai Chi branches. There is no special equipment to bring -- just wear comfortable clothing and flat-heeled shoes, or socks-only or bare-feet are fine. After completing the beginner level students can continue learning Tai Chi with us all the way to the most advanced level. Tai Chi Sydney also offers Tai Chi and Qigong instructor training, with certification issued to successful students. All of the classes are run by Tai Chi Society.

A term of 8 consecutive weeks
Full fee $110
Concession $100
Child 16 and under $90

You are not obliged to join the Tai Chi course when you attend the first of eight lessons ( the first lesson is obligation-free ), but if you want to continue with the course then the first lesson is part of the eight-week course.

You can make up the missed class by going to our other branches on a different night within 7 days.

Corporate and private Tai Chi and Qigong classes available.

Learning aid DVD: Tai Chi DVD & Qigong DVD are available.

For bookings or information:

Phone: (02) 9954 7266, (02) 9954 0806

Email: sydney@taichisociety.net

This page is regularly updated for any changes.


Tai Chi Society's students' testimonials:

Sydney 23rd November 2006

My name is Sam Dyson. After attaining a degree in Engineering from Oxford University in England I have developed an interest in Tai Chi and martial arts. I learnt Tai Chi in London, Sapporo in Japan, and later on in Australia. I furthered the study of Tai Chi at Tai Chi society in Sydney in 2000, and completed an advanced learning and an instructor course in 2004 taught by Great Grand Master Kellen Chia; it was an eye-opening experience – Great Grand Master Chia taught me how to perform Tai Chi at the highest level, explaining the body mechanics and the many intricacies involved. In my experience, his expertise is unmatched and his instruction is of the highest quality. Tai Chi, when practiced correctly, is truly remarkable; I am calmed, energized and full of vitality as a result. I am grateful to have been taught by Great Grand Master Kellen Chia.

Sincerely Your’s

Sam Dyson



Brain tumours and Immortal Ten Qigong

On 8th September, 2015, I suffered a seizure and was admitted to hospital.

Initially the medication caused some interesting side-effects. I had some loss of inhibition, felt energetic in the morning, and exhausted and irritable in the afternoon and evening.

When I had been taking the medication for two days I had an episode of hyperactivity which lasted about 3 hours. I felt like my mind was racing, I couldn't stop giggling, and I was extremely fidgety which made me want to dance. It was a pleasant experience at first, but after 3 hours I was getting very concerned. I decided to practice some Qigong in an attempt to centre my emotional state, and to my surprise, in less than two minutes of practicing Immortal Ten Qigong, my mood swang from high to low. I laid down on my hospital bed and cried for a couple of minutes.

Regards
Simon Watt
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I have been attending Tai Chi classes for about 16 months and I can really recommend it to anybody looking for some relaxation and inner peace...
After a stressfull day at work or a busy day at home with my gorgous children, I love the energising feeling of Qigong followed by continuous practice in Tai Chi movements which Great Grand Master Kellen Chia is teaching in a very meticulous, passionate but relaxing way. It’s truly beneficial for body and soul!

Christiane Mayer M D, F.R.A.N.Z.C.O.G


I have been attending Tai Chi Sydney classes for a little under a year now. I decided to try Tai Chi simply as a form of exercise which I would be able to do with increasingly painful osteoarthritis in several sets of joints (knees, hips, shoulders). When I learned of the possibilities for Tai Chi to improve arthritis symptoms I was hopeful I might also achieve some pain relief. It has helped me a lot with pain, and also had an unexpected effect on a lifelong sleeping problem.
I did notice improvements in the arthritis symptoms after a fairly short amount of time. The pain in all of these joint sets was significantly decreased after about 3 months of practising Tai Chi. After almost a year, my hips have been, for many months now, completely pain free.

X Masters
To read more please click on our Tai Chi Testimonials page - its button is at the above left.


Tai Chi and Qigong Courses in Sydney

We have courses for all levels of ability in Tai Chi and Qigong. The courses start regularly for novices and beginners in many suburbs in Sydney. Tai Chi Society teaches both Tai Chi and Qigong together in the one class. Also, Tai Chi Society offers a meditation course based on Qigong.
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Tai Chi Sydney Instructor Course

We offer a certified combined Tai Chi and Qigong instructor course, and separate Tai Chi and Qigong instructor courses. All courses are held at our Tai Chi Sydney branches.

You don’t have to be a Tai Chi Society member or student to enrol in the Tai Chi and Qigong instructor course.
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Tai Chi Sydney Workshops

This workshop in Tai Chi is a ‘must do’ for serious students. If you have been learning Tai Chi at Tai Chi Society for about four months or longer then you are eligible to enrol in one of the Tai Chi workshops which are conducted at various suburbs in Sydney.
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Tai Chi Sydney Refinement Classes

The refinement class in Tai Chi is highly recommended for students who have been learning Tai Chi with us for at least four weeks. Tai Chi refinement classes are likely held in your area of Sydney, and are offered every twelve weeks.
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Tai Chi Sydney Events

Tai Chi Society conducts free Tai Chi lessons and demonstrations regularly for the public at shopping centres and other public venues. These free Tai Chi Sydney events for the public are paid for by the corporations.
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Tai Chi Sydney City / CBD

This Tai Chi page for Tai Chi Society's classes in City of Sydney provides more information.
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Tai Chi Sydney Parks

Tai Chi lessons and demonstrations are conducted regularly on the weekends by Tai Chi Society in the parks in various suburbs of Sydney. Some of these Tai Chi events are a Tai Chi introduction lesson for novices, and other Tai Chi events in the parks are for all levels.
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Tai Chi Sydney Summary

The summary about Tai Chi classes is contained on this page
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Tai Chi Society, Sydney


Tai Chi -- Inner West, Eastern suburbs, Western Suburbs, Hills District area, Northern Beaches, North Shore, and city CBD. Tai Chi beginners classes are on during the day, evenings, or weekends.