Park Lessons with the Masters

One of the most enjoyable activities run by the college. Park lessons are run at the end of every term. This gives students the opportunity to practice Tai Chi in open air. It also brings up the opportunity to meet other students, Instructors and the Masters. Park lessons are run for two hours and and many people have attended them over the years. Anyone can come to the park lesson and enjoy a good introduction to Tai Chi and a demonstration from the Masters and Instructors.

Cost: Free

IMPORTANT NOTICE We care about the health and wellbeing of our students and teaching staff. Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 health concerns in the community, we are arranging appropriate events and activities that keeps us all safe. To keep up to date, check this page and our coronavirus update page.
Venues, dates and times may change, so check this website for the latest details before attending.
Park Lesson Dates 2021

We may record attendance details at our park lessons.

30th Anniversary Celebration and World Tai Chi and Qigong Day
Saturday: 10 am - 12 pm
24 April 2021
Anderson Park , Hawthorn
cnr Constance and Widford Streets
Plenty of free parking around the park. Please be aware of parking restrictions.
Sunday Park Lessons

Our Sunday Park Lessons are held at Fairfield Park, Fairfield.

10 am - 12 noon
21 March 2021
4 July 2021
29 August 2021
24 October 2021
12 December 2021
Fairfield Park,
Cnr Heidelberg Rd & Fairfield Drive
enter via Fairfield Park Drive,
Fairfield
Saturday Park Lessons

Our Saturday Park Lessons are held at different parks across Melbourne for each term.

10 am - 12 noon
13 March 2021
Malvern - Central Park, corner of Burke and Wattletree Roads
26 June 2021
Essendon - Riverside Park, corner of The Boulevard and Fawkner Street, along the Maribyrnong River.
Limited parking at the site, but parking available near Poyntons.
21 August 2021
Brighton
16 October 2021
Bundoora
4 December 2021
Box Hill

Venues, dates and times may change, so check this website for the latest details before attending.

Updated: 28 April 2021