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Break the Cycle of Stress

Have you noticed how your energy levels change throughout the day? Usually, after a good night’s sleep, our mind and body function efficiently. We feel full of energy. Work during the morning is usually productive. By mid-afternoon, we usually begin to feel a little drowsy. This is the time we have another shot of caffeine …

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Celebrating the Year of the Rabbit with Tai Chi and Martial Arts Demonstrations

The Year of the Rabbit is considered lucky in Chinese astrology. The Rabbit can grant your wishes, so let us ask for a healthy and prosperous year! The Academy was invited to display its skills at the Multicultural Festival, in conjunction with the celebration of Chinese New Year in Civic. We had not participated in …

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Transforming the Body from Weakness to Strength

In Tai Chi or Wu Dao Gong, our training is designed to transform the body from tension to relaxation, weakness to strength, lethargic to energetic and uncoordinated to coordinated. We achieve this through a process of static, semi-static and dynamic exercises that loosen, stretch, strengthen, integrate and align the entire body. The initial exercises are …

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Sitting Qigong to Connect with Your Energetic Heart & Unlock Inner Peace – Zoom 2-week course: 5, 7, 12, 14 Dec, 7.15pm to 8.45pm

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