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2022 Qigong Master Class

It was a cold, rainy autumn afternoon on the 2nd of April 2022 when a group of enthusiastic students gathered at the Ashburton Primary School Hall for a Qigong workshop with Senior Master Chin Min Lian. There was definite excitement in the hall amongst the students to once again be able to have a Masterclass…
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Boroondara Volunteer of the Year Award

Senior Instructor Margaret Rogers is the recipient of the 2022 Boroondara Volunteer of the Year Award for her work with the Camberwell Community Centre, the Victorian Flute Guild, the Scout Association of Australia (Victorian Branch) and the Celestial Tai Chi College. The award ceremony was held in the Mayor’s Room at the Hawthorn Arts Precinct…
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Reflections on 2021

30+1 Anniversary Park Lesson Celestial Tai Chi College turned 30 in 2020 and we meant to celebrate our 30th anniversary with several great events. Unfortunately, these were cancelled due to the pandemic. However, I am so glad that we did have our 30+1 Anniversary Park Lesson on April 24 this year at the Anderson Park…
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30th (+1) Anniversary Park Lesson

On Saturday morning, 24th April 2021, Celestial Tai Chi College held an outdoor event at Anderson Park, Hawthorn, as part of the celebration of the College’s 30+1 years since its foundation. This was a belated 30th anniversary as the event had been postponed last year due to the COVID-19 lockdown. A group of approximately 100…
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Park Lesson @ Riverside Park

We had the most wonderful Park Lesson with Senior Master Chin Min, by the Maribyrnong River in Moonee Ponds. This was a landmark occasion – the first time in 30 years the Week 6 Park Lesson was not held at East Malvern. We were lucky to be the first to have this in our local…
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Tai Chi is recognised as an Intangible Cultural Heritage

Tai Chi (Tai Chi Chuan/Taijiquan) has now been listed by the UNESCO as a significant cultural heritage of China. The following is the official listing on their website UNESCO. Updated: 28 February 2021 Want to know more? Our Coronavirus update How to start Tai Chi with us? Where and when do we run our classes?
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Farewell 2020 and Welcome 2021

The year 2020 has certainly been a tough year for all and COVID-19 has brought much devastation to our world and our lifestyle. Our hearts go out to all who have suffered the loss of loved ones and have seen their livelihood decimated. Yet, in spite of this, we were all determined to soldier on…
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COVID-19 Safety Plan

The Celestial Tai Chi College is committed in complying with the most updated Coronavirus COVID-19 advice from the Victoria State Government Department of Human and Health Services. This page will be updated whenever the advice changes from the Department of Human Health Services. Please check this website for the latest details before attending our activities.…
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