Tai Chi for Better Health

Gentle exercise, group fitness, tai chi, healthy living
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Tai Chi is practised around the world today as a safe and effective exercise for health.

Tai Chi's flowing movements and deep breathing will help to relax your body and calm your mind! Regular practice of tai chi has been shown to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, improve joint stability and increase the sense of well-being. 

Dr Paul Lam, a physician and renowned Tai Chi teacher, has developed the Tai Chi for Health programs in consultation with tai chi experts and health professionals. The programs are endorsed by Arthritis Foundations in Australia and overseas, the CDC in the US, and the Australian Physiotherapy Association. 

Classess: Mondays 6.30pm,  Thursdays at 9.30am and 11am


  • Date and time: Monday 19 November 2018, 6.30 pm
  • Repeats weekly on Monday
  • Activity occurs during the school term


  • Membership fees
  • An enrolment form is required to be completed and payment is required before commencement of the term.

Suitable for

  • Both male and female
  • Beginner, intermediate
  • Young adults (18 - 30), adults (30+), seniors

Level of commitment required

  • Term/season commitment

Equipment required

  • Please wear loose comfortable clothes (track suits, for example are ideal), and closed flat shoes suitable for exercise. Please bring your own water bottle.

Uniform required

  • No uniform is required

Other information

  • Note that classes are offered on Monday evenings at 6.30pm, and on Thursday mornings at 9.30am and 11am,.
    Contact the Sussex office on 9354 2210 for further information.
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