Tai Ji for Health (Beginners Class)

Course Description

Tai Ji (also called Tai Chi) is a Chinese martial arts which has become one of the world’s most popular forms of exercise. Underpinned by the ancient Chinese principles of yin and yang, Tai Ji uses soft, slow and continuous movements in order to train the body and focus the mind. Studies have shown that practising Tai Ji can improve one’s health, reduce stress and provide relief for ailments such as high blood pressure, arthritis and osteoporosis.

The course involves step-by-step instruction that teaches the basic Tai Ji movements in a friendly and relaxed environment. The classes are small (15 maximum) in order to provide students with the opportunity for one-to-one coaching.

Pre-Requisites: No prior knowledge or experience of Tai Ji is needed.

Further Support: We encourage students to continue their Tai Ji practice at home and offer additional support in a variety of ways. Other support includes:

  • Weekly class outlines
  • Tai Ji DVD $25 each

Instructor Information

Pauline Z. Huang has dedicated herself for years to Tai Ji, an exercise which gives action to thought and, as a philosophy, gives thought to action. She has travelled to China and Japan regularly undergoing rigorous training regimes with her Chinese masters. She is particularly proficient in the Wu Style, which emphasises harmonious self-development in the psychological and philosophical aspects of Tai Ji through subtle body movements.

Course Details

Tai Ji For Health Lunchtime Workshop (8 weeks)
Start date: Wed 28 February 2018
Time: 12:30-1:30pm
Venue: The University of Sydney Camperdown Campus
Tuition fees:
- $120
- $108 University staff and students
Registration:

Further Information

  • Dress: Please wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing and flat-soled shoes
  • The class will be conducted in English. The instructor also speaks Mandarin.
  • Parking is available on the campus for a flat fee of $6 after 6pm.
  • We aim to have a maximum number of 15 students in all our classes. If we exceed 15 students, we will try to split classes (depending on availability of teachers and facilities).
  • All classes need a minimum number of students to go ahead. If your chosen course does not have sufficient enrolment, it may be postponed to next term or cancelled. Should this happen, we will inform you as soon as possible.
  • For legal reasons, we reserve the right to vary courses due to unforeseen circumstances.

If you have any queries about this outline or any aspect of the Tai Ji for Beginners Workshop, please do not hesitate to contact us on 02 9114 0760 or email