Contact: Gai Wanless
Gai is a qualified Tai Chi & Qi Gong Instructor with over 34 years' experience. Classes are available at Tamborine Mt. Corporate & private classes by arrangement.
Gai is also a qualified Kinesiologist with over 20 years clinical experience.
How Can Kinesiology Help Me?
Being a holistic system, kinesiology treats the whole person and the stresses that cause disease. Corrections may be made to clear structural, nutritional and emotional imbalances. Kinesiology can address the symptoms of a very wide range of problems including:
A person may be suffering from a number of symptoms and, by way of a muscle response, the highest priority corrections can be chosen. The procedure is quick, effective, non-invasive and painless. A personalised approach is used at all times.
Each person’s symptoms may require completely different corrections. Muscle testing pinpoints the origins of an ailment and how best to treat it.
About Gai Wanless
Gai Wanless has received extensive training in kinesiology since 1992. She also offers therapeutic massage, reiki, flower & shell essences. Gai also works extensively with Neural Organisation Technique, a powerful therapy which reorganises the nervous system and, therefore, the body it controls.
Gai has been studying Tai Chi Chuan since 1984 & has studied various forms with many teachers from Australia & overseas. Gai has been teaching Tai Chi since 1989. She is a past medal winner & now Judge at Australian competitions. She is also an accredited Coach through the Australian Sports Commission's National Coaching Accreditation Scheme.
Gai is currently trained by and affiliated with Master Peter Wu Shi-zeng of the Chen Style Taijiquan Academy, Melbourne. Master Wu studied Taijiquan under some of the greatest modern masters, including Grandmaster Hong Jun-sheng (student of Grandmaster Chen Fa-ke). Gai sponsors Master Wu to conduct workshops in Qld twice per year. These workshops are suitable for beginners to advanced students.
Gai has traveled to China many times since 2004. She has organised & conducted group Tai Chi Tours over a number of years.
Gai teaches a selection of Qi Gong (Chi Kung) breathing exercises, Beijing 24 Form, Yang 40 Form, Combined 42 Form, Hong Chen Series I & Series II (Cannon Fist), 32 Form Sword, 42 Form Sword, Fan, 54 Chen Straight Sword, Whipping Rod, Chen Double Sword, Chen Dual Sword and Chen Style Push Hands & Jin training.
Austn Kinesiology Association Level 5 Specialised Kinesiologist
Accredited Tai Chi Coach Austn Sports Commision
Member Australian Traditional Medicine Society no. 7721
Member Tai Chi Association of Australia