Taoist Tai Chi Society Celebrates 50 Years with Free Session

In this increasingly stressful times, a physical routine like Tai Chi may help improve your stress management. But if you’re unsure if this is the right form of wellness program for your lifestyle, you can give one class a try for FREE this Saturday at the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Australia at 566 Lutwyche Road.

Happening on the 1st of February 2020, the event is part of the Lutwyche centre‚Äôs open house to mark its 50th anniversary. The free class will start at 10:30 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., followed by a tea session with the students and instructor. 

In 1970, Master Moy Lin Shin, founded the Taoist Tai Chi Society in Canada with a goal of teaching the ancient defence training as a healthy physical routine. The art of Tai Chi combines martial arts techniques with meditation, balancing the body and mind’s energies.

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The popularity of Tai Chi escalated around the world as it became a powerful tool for stress management among athletes and businessmen. Tai Chi classes are also being conducted at hospitals and schools for its health programs.

Today, over 40,000 members across the globe benefit from the techniques imparted by its accredited volunteer instructors. In Brisbane, the group has been growing for over 20 years. 

Now, if you enjoyed the free session on Saturday, you may begin attending the regular classes held every week. 

For more details, phone +61 7 3357 5600.