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How can we help you to practice Tai Chi and Qigong?

We care about the safety and wellbeing of our teaching staff and students. Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 health concerns in the community, we have decided to suspend our Term 2 classes. More details You can still practise Tai Chi at home by yourself or come to a FREE park session that suits you and…
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Coronavirus update

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 postponing most of our planned events and activities to keep you all safe. Advice is changing regularly from the Australian Government Department of Health. We will monitor their advice and…
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Community Tai Chi classes

The Celestial Tai Chi College has been running classes for 30 years and has such a good reputation regarding the quality of the Instructors and their skills that they are often asked to run classes and sessions for differing groups within the community. The Masters see this as giving the wider community the physical, mental…
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Park lessons – from inspiration to commitment

When Rita and I first started Tai Chi in 2008, we were impressed by the various groups practicing their levels of the form at our local centre, Werribee. But it was after taking up the suggestion of attending a park lesson that we really were inspired to commit and become Tai Chi practitioners. Watching a…
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30th Anniversary

The year 2020 marks the 30th Anniversary of Celestial Tai Chi College and its teaching of Tai Chi and Qigong in Melbourne. In 1990, our accomplished practitioners, Grand Master Eng Chor Khor and Senior Master Chin Min Lian, founded the College. They believed in spreading the word of good health and lifestyle balance by teaching…
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2019 Annual Banquet

Grand Master Eng Chor Khor and Senior Master Chin Min Lian delighted the diners at the annual Celestial Tai Chi College Banquet held at the Shark Fin Inn in Chinatown on Sunday 24 November, 2019. There were 130 at the banquet representing all 16 Celestial centres and that was a fitting end to the year.…
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Lunar New Year – Tai Chi performance

We welcome the Year of the Rat at the start of the Lunar New Year on 25 January 2020. The Year of the Rat signifies a year of new beginnings and renewals. That is the year for everyone to show commitment and determination in their goals and aspirations. City of Whitehorse - Lunar New Year…
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Do you need to sit still to be mindful?

"Do you need to sit still to be mindful?" The Age had an interesting discussion on what activities are good for meditation. It's been suggested that it is not necessary to sit for long hours cross legged, but a moving meditation like Tai Chi and Qigong can be just as good. The Age: Do you…
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