Welcome to Celestial Tai Chi
What is Tai Chi?
Tai Chi and Qigong are world-famous physical and meditative forms of exercise aimed at promoting strong health and fitness, relaxation and concentration, improving memory and general wellbeing for people of all ages and abilities.
We are proud leaders in Tai Chi practice, with decades of experience in teaching Tai Chi and Qigong. Our Grand Master Eng Chor and Senior Master Chin Min along with a host of highly skilled and friendly instructors run classes in many suburbs around Melbourne.
Starting Tai Chi
Come and try Tai Chi with us at any of our classes across Melbourne. Your first lesson is free, no obligation to enrol!
Classes On Now
Please join us at any of our classes across Melbourne. You are most welcome to give Tai Chi and Qigong a try. Your first lesson is for free.
Park Lessons with the Masters
Enjoy the morning fresh air doing Tai Chi and Qigong with us at our popular Park Lessons.
Join our Masters to learn a Qigong routine endorsed by the Chinese Health Qigong Association.
We run many diverse classes in Tai Chi, Qigong and weapons.
Also, we offer community lessons, specialised workshops, philosophy sessions with Q&A opportunities and popular, cultural overseas tours.
Check out our events and programs for 2019!
Trekking in Nepal
Our instructor Anna Yeow credits her Tai Chi for giving her the strength and endurance to tackle a long trek in Nepal.
2018 Annual Banquet
We celebrated the end of 2018 with our annual banquet. We enjoyed a delicious meal with the company of our Tai Chi friends and family.
A Tribute to Margie Brett
We are very sad that our Senior Instructor Margie Brett passed away after a short battle with cancer. A wonderful person and leader at Moonee Ponds Centre. Our thoughts are with her family and her Tai Chi friends at this sad time.
Discover more about our events and Tai Chi health benefits from many remarkable articles and personal stories shared by our students and instructors. Keep up to date by subscribing to our newsletter – we send less than 10 emails per year.