Tai Chi Qigong

The Tai Chi and Qigong classes of Zhiyuan Culture have been running for ten years and are quite famous in Auckland. Courses are offered in the Central District, North Shore and East District. We are honored to invite the graduate student of Qigong and Tai Chi from Beijing Sports University, and the teacher Orlando Garcia Morales of the seventh dan of Chinese Wushu will teach in both Chinese and English.

Why practice Tai Chi Qigong?

Comprehensive exercise: There are several extremely important characteristics of Taijiquan movements, such as softness, slowness, coherence, arcing (that is, circular movements) and “no movement without movement”, which are absolutely not to be ignored in exercise.

Take into account both inside and outside: When Taijiquan and Qigong are exercising, they also need to pay attention when doing movements, and have no distractions.

The benefits of practicing Tai Chi Qigong:

It is good for the absorption of minerals in the human body. After the elderly exercise for 5 to 30 minutes, the content of cholesterol in the blood will decrease, and the content of protein in the blood will increase, so that the symptoms of arteriosclerosis will be greatly reduced.

Good for joints and bones It can strengthen the circulation of blood and lymph and reduce congestion in the body. The spiral arc movement of Tai Chi enables all muscle groups and muscle fibers in the whole body to participate in the activities, one by one, making the muscles well-proportioned and plump, flexible and elastic, and increasing the contraction ability.

Accelerate Recovery and Improve Immunity When practicing boxing, pay attention to the movement of qi, move qi with the heart, dredge the meridians, balance yin and yang, qi and blood, so as to improve the self-harmonizing ability of yin and yang, which is what Western medicine calls disease resistance, recovery ability and immunity.

课程详情

Tuition:

Multiple card: $60/10 lessons; $145/29 lessons (1 hour each)

The Sunday class course is valid from August 13, 2023 to March 31, 2024

Single class: $7/class

Class location: St Heliers Church & Community Centre, 100 St Heliers Bay Road, St Heliers, Auckland

Class dates: March 5, 2023 to March 31, 2024

Tai Chi Advanced Class

Class time: every Sunday 9:30-10:30

Course content: New comprehensive 28-position Tai Chi Sword, review of traditional Yang-style 26-position Tai Chi.

Qigong class

Class time: every Sunday 10:30-11:30

Course content: Health Qigong Dance, review of Daoyin Health Kung Fu, the first and second set of health kung fu.

Tai Chi Beginner Class

Class time: every Sunday 11:30-12:30

Course content: Tai Chi Thirty-two Postures, Review of Tai Chi Thirty-two Postures and Sword, Review of Tai Chi Twenty-Four Postures

Tuition:

Multiple card: $60/10 lessons; $100/20 lessons (1 hour each)

Validity period: July 24, 2023 to December 11, 2023

Single class: $7/class

 

Monday Tai Chi Class

Tai Chi beginner class: every Monday 13:30-14:30, 18/12/2023-25/3/2024

Teaching content: Sixteen Tai Chi postures; Fifty-six Tai Chi Kung Fu Fan postures at sunset; Review of Tai Chi twenty-four postures and Tai Chi thirty-two postures

 

Thursday Tai Chi Class

Tai Chi beginner class: every Thursday 11:00-12:00, 16/11/2023-28/3/2024

Teaching content: New Yang Style Twenty-Nine Boxing; Shu Xinping Blood Kung Fu (first set)

Tai Chi Advanced Class: Every Thursday 12:00-13:00, 16/11/2023-28/3/2024

Teaching content: Comprehensive Tai Chi Twenty-eight Posture Sword; Review Comprehensive Tai Chi Twenty-Eight Posture Boxing; Qigong Yi Jin Jing

Class location: 346 Pakuranga Road, Pakuranga Community Hall, Pakuranga.

Tuition:

Multiple card: $60/10 lessons; $105/21 lessons (1 hour each)

The Friday class course is valid from October 6, 2023 to March 22, 2024

Single class: $7/class

Class location: 2 Akoranga Drive, Takapuna Amateur Athletic and Harrier Club (diagonally opposite Northcote McDonald’s)

Tai Chi Beginner Class:

Every Tuesday 11:00-12:00, April 4, 2023 to March 26, 2024

Course content: Daoying Health Kung Fu – Shu Xin Ping Blood Kung Fu, the first set, the traditional Yang style 26-position Tai Chi

Tai Chi Advanced Class:

Every Tuesday 12:00-13:00, April 4, 2023 to March 26, 2024

Course content: Forty-two Tai Chi postures, Forty-two Tai Chi sword postures

Qigong Class:

Every Friday 12:30-13:30, 6/10/2023-22/3/2024

Course content: Health Qigong – Eye-Mightening Kung Fu, the first set of “Shu Xin Ping Xue Kung”

Tai Chi Basics Class

Every Friday 13:30-14:30, 6/10/2023-22/3/2024

Course content: This course will focus on the teaching, practice and correction of the basic thirteen postures of Tai Chi;

Explain the practical and offensive and defensive implications of martial arts, and correct difficult movements in elementary and intermediate routines.

A: Tai Chi Eight Methods and Five Steps

B: Review: 8 forms of Tai Chi, 10 forms of Tai Chi

Tuition:

Multiple card: $60/10 lessons; $100/20 lessons (1 hour each)

The Sunday class course is valid from October 26, 2023 to March 28, 2024

Single class: $7/class

Class location: New Lynn Community Centre, Main hall 45 Totara Avenue, New Lynn, Auckland

Qigong Class: 

Every Thursday 14:00-15:00, October 26, 2023 to March 28, 2024

Course content: Health Qigong – Baduanjin; Health Qigong – Wu Qin Xi

Tai Chi Beginner Class:

Every Thursday 15:00-16:00, October 26, 2023 to March 28, 2024

Course content: Basic Tai Chi skills; 10 Tai Chi postures; 24 Tai Chi postures

Contact details

If you are interested in the program, please feel free to reach out by phone, WeChat, email, or visit our website to browse and inquire.
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Tel: 09-6241341

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