Tai chi is a slow moving exercise system developed from Chinese martial arts. It is often referred to as ‘moving meditation’ with many benefits including improvement in general health, coordination, balance, strength, flexibility, self-awareness and concentration.
Qigong focuses on the cultivation of Qi [energy] to remedy illness, promote longevity and increase internal strength.
Tai chi and qigong are suitable for all age groups.
Suitable for people who have experienced Tai Chi previously.
A concession rate is available for this class.
Please note that you may be required to show your concession card.
What you will learn
- intermediate tai chi movements
- build on to qigong
- standing meditation practice
What you need to bring
About the tutor
Suzanne Giacometti Kingston has been studying and practising tai chi for 30 years. After studying in Australia, she headed to China to study tai chi at the Beijing University for Sport. In 1995 she was part of the first Australian team to represent Australia at the World WuShu Games in Baltimore, USA, finishing in the top 10. After raising a family in 2008 she competed at international level again in China at the Third World WuShu Traditional Championship and won 1 gold and 1 silver for Australia! Suzanne currently studies and teaches at Tai Chi/Kung fu Institute Australia.
What students said about the class
“Suzanne is a very experienced Tai Chi teacher and there is a good energy in the class.”
Book this course
To enrol in this course, fill out the form below. Remember to add the details of any other students who are part of your booking.
Please note: This class requires a minimum number of students to go ahead. For this reason, we encourage students to book at least 5 days prior to the course/workshop. In the unlikely event that we don't get enough enrolments, we may need to postpone to a later date or cancel the course/workshop. You will be advised via email or text prior to the class commencing.