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 arranging appropriate events and activities that keeps us all safe.

Advice is changing regularly from the Victorian State Government Department of Health and Human Services. We will monitor their advice and follow their recommendations. This page and our planned events and activities will be updated regularly to announce changes.

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Our indoor classes

IMPORTANT UPDATE - 1 September 2021
Due to the Victorian State Government's latest lock down restrictions, all indoor classes are suspended starting from Thursday 5 August until further notice.
Indoor classes will resume once indoor recreation classes are allowed.




We will run our classes according to the advice from the Victorian State Goverment Department of Human and Health Services and request all of our participants to follow our COVID-19 Safety Plan.

We request new and existing students to fill out our new registration/enrolment form to confirm you understand your obligations to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 at our classes and to ensure that we have your latest contact details. This form can be filled out at home and emailed or passed to the instructor in class.

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Practising your Tai Chi and Qigong under restrictions

We are happy to share our enthusiasm for exercise that helps in boosting energy levels and positive mood at these challenging times.

When we are unable to run our indoor classes and other planned events, we encourage you to use our FREE online videos that you can follow in the safety of your home.

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Please, keep in contact with your Tai Chi Centre Instructors. They may arrange online classes or local park sessions for you when the restrictions allow over 10 people in the group for outdoor exercising.


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Updated: 1 September 2021