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Tai Chi is an traditional and time-tested method for the Chinese to keep fit and healthy over thousands of years. The ethos of this martial arts encourages the practitioner to achieve a relaxed and meditative state of mind. The breathing exercises help with the circulation of energy while the gentle movements maintain balance in the body. There are no aggressive and physically demanding forms that place unnecessary strain on the body, making Tai Chi suitable for people of all ages. While Tai Chi originated in China, millions of people around the world including Australia enjoy the health benefits of Tai Chi today.
The China Cultural Centre in Sydney is working with Master Simon Sun to host a FREE beginner session of Wu style Tai Chi on 29 November from 10.30am to 12pm. If you've always been intrigued by this Chinese martial arts, this is an excellent opportunity to sample and learn more from the expert.
Master Sun is 4th Generation of the Wu style Tai Chi and his extensive knowledge includes all applications of Wu Style, from the relaxing healing to the powerful fighting system. The session is conducted in English and the instructor is conversant in Mandarin. If you're interested in further sessions, you can join the Centre's beginner course which comprises of 10 x 90 minutes sessions. The course begins from 6 December for 10 consecutive weeks.
To reserve your space for 29 November, simply phone 02 8228 3050 and make sure you wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing and flat-soled shoes on the day.