We are very sorry to advise that the tai chi and qigong “Stress Less and Live Best Retreat” that was due to happen in May 2020 at Vanuatu has been cancelled. Read More
Cancellation: Park Life event in Cornwall Park on Sunday 29 March is cancelled. (This includes the cancellation of the four free tai chi sessions.) Read More
If the year already feels likes it is passing in a blur, then tai chi could be for you. At Kia Ora Tai Chi, we can teach you techniques that will help slow things down, relieve and release stress, while increasing your fitness and well-being. Ideal for beginners.
To find out if tai chi is for you, please come along to one or both of the free tai chi sessions on Mon 17th and Wed 19th February, 6.30-7.15pm, in the Clayton Park School hall, Wattle Downs, Manurewa. Adults of any age and ability all welcome. Read More
Come along to Cornwall Park for free, fun and family-friendly summer tai chi every Sunday morning (9am) and Tuesday evening (6pm) in January and February. (Weather permitting).
All ages welcome, especially beginners. No need to RSVP. Just come along to enjoy tai chi under the trees. Read More
Tai chi is one of the best, but probably also the most underrated exercise for stress relief and improvement in your overall health.
It works for stress relief and for many other health-related issues because it combines low-impact movements with meditation for a body-mind workout. Read More
Join Kia Ora Tai Chi in May 2020 for seven days/six nights in the tropical paradise of Vanuatu to learn the secrets of reducing stress with tai chi and qigong. If you are tired of feeling stressed and overwhelmed, or sick of feeling tired, or if you want to sample the health benefits of tai chi and qigong, then this retreat is for you. Read More
It’s a night club, but there’s no dancing or happiness. The ‘No Sleep Club’ is no fun at all. It feels like you are stuck at the Hotel California – “You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave”.
Extensive research and clinical trials by a New Zealand doctor has identified five ways to escape from insomnia.
If you want to get fitter without puffing, feel healthier and live stronger for longer, then tai chi can help you.
If this sounds like something you want then the team at Kia Ora Tai Chi would love to hear from you. We are looking for adults of any age and ability, who are keen to make a regular commitment to learning tai chi.
Free “tai chi taster sessions” will be held on Monday 29th and Wednesday 31st July, 6.30-7.15pm. Read More
There is no magic, instant cure for the common cold. Depending on your immune system, plus how much time and rest you can give yourself, most people will overcome a cold virus in a week or so.
But, if you are aware of the risk factors of catching a cold then tai chi could help to reduce these risks and maybe the severity of a cold. Read More
Your brain while meditating – calm, clear and confident. Your brain doing tai chi – calm, clear, and confident.
This is no coincidence.
Even my newer students notice how the more experienced students ‘get in the zone’ when doing tai chi. They want that, too. Don’t we all? Discover the key to this: Read More