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The Celestial TaiChi College Logo

At a recent Celestial Tai Chi College (CTCC) instructor training session, when explaining the history behind some tai chi moves, Senior Master Chin Min went on to explain some of the thinking that went into creating the CTCC logo when setting up the College.  Further history of the College which was established in 1990 by…
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2019 Q&A Philosophy Session

Our recent Philosophy Q&A afternoon on the 1st of June saw Grand Master Eng Chor once again delight his audience with insightful pearls of wisdom about Tai Chi and Qigong, their origins and benefits, applications and styles and much more.  As always, these sessions help in giving great knowledge on this ancient exercise as we…
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2019 World Tai Chi and Qigong Day

On Saturday 27 April at Central Park in Malvern, nearly 40 participants came together to celebrate World Tai Chi and Qigong Day. This special day is celebrated across the world to share our enjoyment and appreciation of the health benefits of doing Tai Chi and Qigong. It was wonderful to see our current students and…
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2019 Six Healing Sounds Qigong Workshop

Over 30 enthusiastic students attended a very interesting workshop on Six Healing Sounds (Liù zì jué qìgōng) or Six Word Formula, on Saturday 6 April 2019. I was quite eager to attend as I’d never heard of this form of Qigong, and I’d never experienced a type of Qigong that combined movement AND vocal sounds…
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New College Clothing

We are delighted to announce a new range of Celestial Tai Chi College (CTCC) branded clothing. All garments must be purchased through our online shop. The College will no longer hold any stock in reserve. The shop will be open for a period of three to four weeks. Production will commence a few weeks after…
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2018 Annual Banquet

Shark Fin House in Chinatown provided the ideal venue for the annual College Banquet on 25 November, 2018. The focus of the banquet was on the food and social interaction of all of the 135 participants who were lucky to attend (sorry for those on the waiting list, but better luck for the next one).…
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A Tribute to Margie Brett

In December 2018 we lost our much loved and respected senior instructor, Margie Brett. Margie has been with Celestial Tai Chi College since 1996. She has run the Moonee Ponds centre since 2005 and it seems like she’s been a senior instructor forever. She was such a natural leader; the role of senior instructor just…
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2019 International Martial Arts Games

In November 2018, Grand Master Eng Chor attended the International Martial Arts Games committee meeting in Pyongyang to decide on who will be hosting the next IMAG Competition in 2019. There were close contenders with submissions from Greece, India and Malaysia, but the chosen country was Nepal. The 2019 Competition will be held from 1st…
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