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Qigong Workshop Series 2014
10-Jun-2014

Conducted by Professors Ma Yongzhi and Li Rensong from the Chinese Health Qigong Association, all students are encouraged to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

More details here.

Chinese New Year 2014
03-Feb-2014

Chinese New Year Celebration the “Year of the Horse”

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Australia Day 2014
28-Jan-2014

TCA enjoys ten years success at Australia Day Celebrations

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Tai Chi – Low Impact Exercise With High Impact Results
27-Dec-2013

An interview with Master Han Jin Song, by the The Retiree Magazine, about the history of Tai Chi and how it is the ideal exercise.

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Master Han Jin Song awarded 8th Duan Wei
20-Feb-2012

Learn about Master Han's achievement and the Duan Wei system here.

Master Han Jin Song a disciple of Master Chen Xiao Wang
28-Mar-2009

Master Han Jin Song officially recognised by Grand Master Chen Xiao Wang for his technical prowess and dedication to the practice of Chen style tai chi…

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Main Stories

Tai Chi for Everyone

Tai Chi, or Taijiquan in Chinese, is an outstanding gem of traditional Chinese culture that is valuable in promoting health, developing combat and self-defence skills, and improving concentration and overall well-being.

Health benefits are derived from the Tai Chi's slow, gentle and tranquil movements which enable harmony in mind and body, improved mobility, suppleness and mental alertness. The benefits are well recognized by practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) who are frequently Tai Chi instructors themselves and recommend the art as the physiotherapy of TCM.

Anyone regardless of age or level of fitness can practice and benefit from Tai Chi. Loose, comfortable clothing and flat shoes should be worn to classes.

A Series of Qigong Workshops 2014

Conducted by Professors Ma Yongzhi and Li Rensong from the Chinese Health Qigong Association.

Anyone who is interested in Traditional Chinese health systems; Qigong and Tai Chi practitioners at all levels; and students of the martial arts are encouraged to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

More details can be found here.

28th TCA China Tour 2014

Seize the opportunity to explore mysterious China.
In October, we will travel from Beijing to Xian, Chongqing and Nanjing to Wuxi, Suzhou, Hangzhou and finally Shanghai.

Optional Tour: An unique opportunity to study with a Tai Chi master in Japan with the option of joining the main tour.

Class Locations Map

Class Locations Brunswick Ringwood Boronia South Yarra Laverton Malvern Glen Waverley Clayton Brighton Noble Park Cheltenham Mornington Mt Martha Williamstown

In the Media

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Queensland study shows Tai Chi helps reduce depression, diabetes and obesity

A three month pilot study funded by Diabetes Australia Research Trust… shows that depression, diabetes and obesity can all be improved through the regular practice of tai chi.

Green Tea for Cancer Prevention: A Mixed Bag

Can something as simple as drinking green tea prevent cancer?

Qigong Improves Quality of Life in Cancer Patients

The ancient Chinese practice of qigong can help improve quality of life in cancer patients, according to a new study.

Tai Chi and Postural Stability in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

According to the New England Journal of Medicine (9.2.2012), tai chi training appears to reduce balance impairments in patients with mild-to moderate Parkinson’s disease, with additional benefits of improved functional capacity and reduced falls.

Tai Chi Australia participates in Pilot Study of how Tai Chi delays cell ageing

Recently Tai Chi Australia participated in a pilot study organised by researchers at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute to establish how Tai Chi delays cell ageing.