2018 – 2019: Free tai chi sessions in Cornwall Park will be held on most Tuesday evenings and Sunday mornings in December 2018 and January 2019. Ideal for all ages and beginners.
If you’ve ever wanted to give tai chi a go, here’s your chance to learn from a qualified instructor with over 20 years martial arts experience.
People often ask whether tai chi can help with fitness. When I say “YES” they ask how is this possible when you don’t ‘huff and puff’ while doing tai chi?
Find out the truth on how something so slow and graceful as tai chi can give you the benefits of a more vigorous workout. Read More
October 2018: Free tai chi for beginners on 15 & 17 October 2018 in Manurewa.
Tai chi is enjoyable, easy on your joints, flowing and will help you increase your fitness, reduce stress, improve your balance and stay stronger for longer. It is ideal for complete beginners. Seated tai chi is also available. Read More
2018: Announcing a special tai chi event to celebrate International Day for the Older Person on Monday 1 October 2018, 10am – 12 noon.
I will give a short talk on tai chi’s fascinating history and why tai chi is so good for health, strength, fitness, balance and flexibility, particularly for anyone over the age of 60. After a short break for morning tea, you’ll get the opportunity to try tai chi for yourself. Read More
July 2018: A new beginners’ class will start on Monday 30 July and Wednesday 1 August 2018, 6.30 – 7.15pm at the Clayton Park School hall, Wattle Downs, Manurewa.
Tai chi is a really great exercise that is gentle on your joints. Regular practice of tai chi can help you to get fitter, healthier and to stay stronger for longer.
Your first class is free. Read More
2018: Our small but determined Kia Ora Tai Chi group were one of the first in the world to kick-off World Tai Chi & Qi Gong Day this year. The rain bucketed down but our Sun-style tai chi saved the day. Read More
2018: Celebrate World Tai Chi & Qi Gong Day on Saturday 28 April 2018, 9.45 – 11am, in Manurewa. FREE, fun and family-friendly. If you’ve ever wanted to give tai chi a go, this is for you. All welcome. Read More
Great opportunity for a fun and relaxing tai chi workshop on Sunday 10 June to increase your winter wellness and boost your immunity.
You will learn specially designed tai chi steps and movements that will help you to ward off winter’s bugs and improve your overall health. Read More
Breathing – we all do it automatically: approximately 18 times per minute, 1,080 times per hour and nearly 26,000 times in a 24-hour day.
But, what if I told you that most of us could do this breathing thing a lot better? And, by better I mean having more more energy, less anxiety, better sleep, less stress, better posture (with less back ache), and that it was a way you could quickly calm your mind when it is revved up. Read More
February 2018: The last two sessions for free summer tai chi in Cornwall Park will be this Sunday (25th), 9-10am and Tuesday 27 February 2018, 6-7pm. Location: Under the oak trees or on the Rangitoto Steps (stone steps) between the new café and Pohutukawa Drive (look out for the signs). Read More