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Tai Chi Fitness Australia

Tai Chi Fitness Australia

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Looking for a professional Tai Chi Class or Course to attend in the greater Hills District? Then we here at Tai Chi Fitness Australia are the ones to call. Perfect for people of all ages.

Tai Chi Fitness Australia - Tai Chi Classes & Courses

Servicing area

Bankstow, Lidcom, Baulkham Hills, Winson, Castle Hill, Merrylands & Ashfield

Focus areas

Stress management Stomach problem Relaxation Purpose Joy Circulation

What is Tai Chi?

Tai Chi is a Chinese traditional martial art and was originally practiced purely for self defence. In use, the mind focuses to lead Chi (Qi), sending the energy power through your body抯 meridian pathways to the attacker. Nowadays, Tai Chi has been proven to be a nature and body science and is mostly practised for health purpose.

Tai Chi came from the Chinese words Tai Chi Quan. In the old language, Tai means Supreme, Chi (ji) means Ultimate and Quan (Chuan) means Boxing. The circular movements of Tai Chi are ultimately complying with the philosophy of Yin and Yang balance in harmony for endless positive circle.

Everything contains Yin and Yang. For example, the sun is Yang and the moon is Yin. Sunshine side is Yang, and the shadow side is Yin. The sky is Yang and the earth is Yin. Yin has Yang inside and Yang has Yin. The Tai Chi symbol shows this. See how the white right-hand half (Yang) has a small black (Yin) circle within it; while the black left-hand half has a small white circle within.

Tai Chi movements are designed to use the power of nature to maintain our body in good condition. In recent times, Tai Chi has become popular internationally not just as a sport; it is also being practised as a means of keeping fit as well as preventing and curing some diseases. Tai Chi has proved its efficacy in treating chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, neurasthenia, arthritis, diabetes, stomach problems and back pains. It is one of the best alternative medicines.

Why Choose Tai Chi?

Moving like a flowing stream in a continuous, uninterrupted motion, you will learn to perform a set of both slow and forceful body flexing gestures whilst you perform refined, deep breathing in harmony with your movements. You will experience greatly improved physical functioning, improved mental focus, a wonderful sense of harmony, balance and well-being, and a calmer sense of mind, a sense of place and of a growing awareness of true energy within.

Many of our students have chronic medical problems and unlike some exercise regimes, the Tai Chi program can be tailored to help those in need of life-enhancing benefits. These benefits include relief from arthritis and joint pain or assistance with Asthma management and many other chronic medical conditions.

International research has demonstrated that Tai Chi:
  • Creates a physical sense of balance and completeness, so you will feel better

  • Improves your metabolism, your heart and lungs will function better, your digestion and circulation will improve and your bones, muscles and joints will strengthen.

  • Is a fantastic form of gentle exercise that works your entire body and increases your flexibility and strength whilst losing weight.

  • Activates the central nervous system achieving mental relaxation and stress reduction resulting in a calming sense of well-being a proven factor in reducing depression, digestive problems and immunity disorders.

  • Helps you focus your outlook and be more positive.

Other benefits include:
  • Sleep Better: When performing Tai Chi, it will bring your mind and body alignment with nature as one in balance.

  • Combat Age Related Health Problems: When practising Tai Chi, you are required to calm your mind, relax your body to achieve absolutely yin and yang balanced condition. Once you have achieved metabolism control with Tai Chi; it can slow down the process of aging and prevent age related health problems.

  • Fight Disease and Medical Problems: Both history and modern technology has approved that Tai Chi is not only relaxing, it helps healing diabetes, high blood pressure, migraine, liver problems, stomach problems, depression to arthritis Tai Chi is a gentle way of fighting many common ailments.

  • Better Concentration and Memory: When performing Tai Chi, you are required to focus your mind in a calm condition to direct your body coordination. You have to use both left and right part of your brain to complete the procedure of circling. Fantastic for Aged or those in recovery process it is a proven technique for the elderly to keep fit and improve their health and well-being. For those recovering from an accident or surgery it is a stunning aid to recovery.

How Can Tai Chi Help?

Because Tai Chi is a gentle, relaxing exercise, with a meditative component, it will produce a feeling of well-being and of being relaxed within its practitioners. This relaxed state is sometimes described as 'inner peace'. It has been acknowledged that Tai Chi is not only a physical exercise, but also a training for the nervous-system.

It was only in the 1980s that the first paper on an experimental study on Tai Chi and written in English was published. Since then, the benefits of Tai Chi have been and remain to be, thoroughly researched in many countries across the world including Australia, Britain, the USA and of course, China.

The following list is of diseases or conditions most of which are associated with becoming older.
  • Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Coronary heart disease
  • Depression
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Osteoporosis
  • Stroke
  • Back pain

Tai Chi Program includes:
China national standard of Tai Chi
  • Tai Chi for relaxation
  • 6 forms of Tai Chi
  • 12 forms of Tai Chi
  • 24 forms of Tai Chi
  • 48 forms of Tai Chi
  • 42 forms of Tai Chi
  • Chen style Lao jia yilu (traditional Chen style) Master Feng Zhiqiang
  • Yang style of Tai Chi 37
  • Yang style of Tai Chi 85 (Yang Chenfu Yang style of Tai Chi by Master Zhao Youbin

For more information about the best services for your needs or to organise an appointment - just give us a call!

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