Qi Gong and Tai Chi
Qi Gong and Tai Chi for Beginners
Sat 9:30 – 10:30 AM, 8 weeks
Address: 34a Franklin Street, Annerley, Qld 4103
Term 2: 8, 15, 22, 29 May, 5, 12, 19 and 26 June 2021 (8 weeks)
Term 3: 17, 24, 31 July, 7, 14, 21, 28 August and 4, 11 September (9weeks)
What do we learn in the class?
In this class, student will learn both Qi Gong and Tai Chi. Each session begin with warm up from neck to ankles, follow by Qi Gong Shibashi (means eighteen forms of medical Qi Gong movements with healing music), then we learn and practice Tai Chi Yang Level One.
Yang level One, 8 Forms. It is an introductory routine, easy to learn because of its simplicity, symmetry, and compact in a small space. It is good for beginners, each posture provides you the skill necessary to the next move. It is also know as Tai Chi 10 Form if you count the opening ans closing forms. Created by Chinese Sport Committee as the Level – 1 Tai Chi, Yi-duan Taiji.
Reasons to come
- Learn and practice Qi Gong Shibashi in the correct way.
- Learn how to do simplify Yang Tai Chi 8 movements to improve your own health in a safely and effectively way;
- Gain more depth of understanding of Yang 8 forms and how it help people with their health;
- Be able to perform the whole set alone with and without music.
Who should come?
Anyone who is interested in learning, practicing or (and) teaching Qi Gong /Tai Chi.
What is included?
During the term, you will receive a recorded video of the session each week to assist you to learn and practice after the class. Certificate at the completion of the course.
What You Can Learn – Qi Gong?
Qi Gong Shibashi Set One (This group has been learning and practicing this set. )
Qi Gong Shibashi Set Two
Qi Gong Shibashi Set Three
Baduanjin Qi Gong
Lotus Qi Gong
What You Can Learn – Tai Chi?
Level – 1 Tai Chi, Yi-duan Taiji, 8 forms (this is what we are learning in this group)
Level – 2 Tai Chi, Er-duan Taiji, 16 forms
Level – 3 Tai Chi, San-duan Taiji, 24 forms
Tai Chi for Health Program:
Tai Chi for Arthritis Part I
Tai Chi for Arthritis Part II
Tai Chi for Diabetes
Traditional Sun 73 Forms
- Wear comfortable cloth and socks.
- Maximum 5 attendees to ensure individualized attention to YOU!
- Parking on the street please. To be aware that this is a One-way street.
Feedback from students:
***** I recently enrolled to learn Qi Gong for the very first time and have been attending Chunmei Yang’s weekly class in Annerley for the past eight weeks. Qi Gong practice has become a very important part of my early morning routine. Chunmei’s teaching style has been so very serene and beautiful that being at her classes and listening to all the little quotes/affirmations she conveys to students along the way, makes one feel really happy inside – just like a happy child! It has been an honor to be part of such a beautifully taught gentle form of the ancient art of Qi Gong. Thank you so very much Chunmei for your expertise, beautiful teaching style and patience during the course of my learning “Qi Gong Shibashi One” – most grateful – Danute Kinderis, 24 March 2021