Tai Chi Academy

September 2022

Tai Chi Academy

Progress towards Recovery with the Help of Qigong

– interviewed by Instructor Lis About fifteen years ago Beth watched a Tai Chi demonstration outside the supermarket in Queanbeyan’s Riverside Plaza. The Academy was promoting new term classes to the Thursday night shoppers, dodging trolleys of groceries and straggling families while doing the form. The demonstration inspired Beth to join a class. She already

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Great Rewards

Perseverance with Tai Chi brings Great Rewards– interviewed by Instructor Lis Eight or nine years ago, a group of Mary’s friends decided a weekly dinner out would be a good idea. Someone suggested they do a Tai Chi class first and then go on to a restaurant. So, the foursome signed up at Dickson. For

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Notices

Experience Powerful Uncommon Qigong for Deep Nourishment – see details
Physical classes: Mon & Wed 6:15pm to 7:45pm – 22, 24, 29 & 31 Jan 2024
St. Vincent’s Primary School Hall, Bindel Street, Aranda
Zoom 2-week course: Tues & Thurs 7:15pm to 8:45pm – 23, 25, 30 Jan & 1 Feb

Tai Chi Classes at Aranda, Weston and Curtin begin the week 5 Feb.

Gain Greater Flexibility & Vitality with the 18 Silk Reeling Chan Si Gong Exercises – Zoom Course, 8 weeks, 14 Feb to 3 Apr.

Suggested Reading:

“No Fight, No Blame: a Journalist’s life in Martial Arts”, by Michael Dorgan
Grandmaster Feng Zhi Zhang, founder of our Hun Yuan Tai Chi system, is featured in the book.

“Proof of Heaven: a neurosurgeon’s journey into the afterlife”, by Dr. Eben Alexander

“Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us”, by Michael Moss

“The Web that has No Weaver : understanding Chinese medicine”, by Ted J. Kaptchuk