“Staying fit yet supple in a safe and correct way helps you grow strong, helps your balance and flexibility, and helps boost your defenses to illness.”
Now, it’s more important than ever to maintain your fitness and stay supple while confined at home.
That’s why TMS has moved its 1-health Tai Chi course online!
I will continue to provide this expert training online, in real-time and with evening and morning sessions available, for as long as needed.
This course is for people who are genuinely interested in Tai Chi, Qigong and other oriental cultivation methods for the betterment of their health and wellbeing.
You can register on our website for the next session.
When you register for one or both of the 10-week course, I will email you a link so you can easily access the live training online when the course starts.
Registration for any of our courses opens two weeks before the course starts, and will close on the commencement date.
Once the course starts, there will be no further registrations, which means no one can join the class after it starts, and, because you will have committed to your spot in the course, no refunds can be given from this time.
Once registration closes, you can register your interest for the next available course.
Each Tai Chi session will run for 60 minutes. After each session, I will encourage you to continue your session for at least another 30 minutes so you gain maximum benefit and consolidate the movements you have learnt.
I also encourage you to dedicate 40–60 minutes to practicing each day because this can change your life.
Join us now for the next class and stay safe, stay strong, stay supple!
The Gentle Master
If you have concerns about your current level of fitness, talk to me before you register and I can guide you on the best approach to achieving your desired fitness while staying safe and improving your flexibility and balance.
Mr Dapeng Wang migrated to Canberra from China in early 2000. He holds a degree in Sports from Shanghai Sports University and a postgraduate qualification in teaching English as a second language. Throughout his entire life in China, he engaged in the intensive study of both Chinese classic literature and Wushu (Tai Chi/Kungfu), Over the past 20 years he has dedicated himself to research in the fields of classical Chinese language acquisition and traditional Chinese health cultivation methods.
Tai Chi philosophy and practice has existed and been admired for thousands of years without fading. Why? What you are performing is Tai Chi Quan, what you are cultivating is the mind.
This course has been designed for families in the Canberra. Primarily, it provides learning opportunities for children though, parents are required to join the program as part of the course requirements.
China and Australia have reaffirmed their commitment to free trade, open markets and agreed to deepen cooperation in such areas as education, tourism, agriculture and innovation.
Our China-specific training programs are designed for those who either plan to work in China or whose work in Australia involves frequent communication with Chinese nationals and counterparts.
These lessons are ideal for students who want to make very rapid progress in their Tai Chi and/or Mandarin studies, and with those who prefer a non-group learning environment.