Address: Shanghai University of Sport (No.399 Changhai Rd, YangPu, Shanghai)
【Junior Tai Chi Course】
Junior Tai Chi Course A：24 style Taijiquan
Junior Tai Chi Course B：32 style Tai Chi Sword
Junior Tai Chi Course C：Healthy Qi Gong
【Medium Tai Chi Course】
Medium Tai Chi Course A：42 style Taijiquan
Medium Tai Chi Course B：42 style Tai Chi Sword
【Senior Tai Chi Course】
Senior Tai Chi Course A：88 Yang Style Taijiquan
Senior Tai Chi Course B：Chen Style Taijiquan
Senior Tai Chi Course C：Ba Gua Taijiquan, Wu Style Taijiquan
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Chinese TAI CHI KUNG FU Martial Arts Centre Chinese Tai Chi Martial Arts is for anyone interested in
relaxing their body, gaining a stronger mind/body connection, more healthy (especially low back) and
achieving high levels of fitness and weight loss. Chinese Tai Chi benefits the body, mind & spirit,
better than Yoga.
Master Wang，the famous Chinese Tai Chi Coach,is a postgraduate student of Shanghai
University of Sport. He is also the Champion of HeBei Province of China. Master Wang is now Chief
Coach of Sydney Tai Chi Centre and Shanghai TAICHI Centre.He has open many classes for foreigners.
He has a lot of experience to teach foreigners from all over the world. He also has many students
from Australia, USA, UK, German, Italia, Turkey and so on.
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Chinese Tai Chi and Qigong are two mind-body practices that originated in ancient China.
Practiced widely in China for thousands of years, both have become popular in the West. People
of almost any age or condition can participate in them. Many people who practice tai chi and
Qigong report heightened feelings of well-being along with a variety of other health benefits.
What Is Tai Chi?
Tai chi is a type of low-impact, weight-bearing, and aerobic -- yet relaxing -- exercise that began
as a martial art. As it developed, it took on the purpose of enhancing physical and mental health.
Practiced in a variety of styles, tai chi involves slow, gentle movements, deep breathing, and
meditation. The meditation is sometimes called "moving meditation."
Some people believe that tai chi improves the flow of energy through the body, leading to greater
awareness, calmness, and an overall sense of wellness.
What Are the Health Benefits of Tai Chi?
Here’s a look at some of tai chi’s potential perks:
Improved strength and better balance. Oregon Research Institute found that, after 6 months, tai chi
participants were twice as likely to have no trouble performing moderate to rigorous activities as
nonparticipants. The benefit was greatest among those who started with the poorest health or worst
function. Other research has shown a reduction in falls among people who do tai chi. Two studies
sponsored by the National Institute on Aging found that tai chi exercises cut the fear of falling and
risk of falls among older people. Two small sports medicine studies suggest that tai chi may improve
sensitivity to nerve signals in ankles and knees, which might prevent falls.
Reduced pain and stiffness. People with osteoarthritis assigned to a tai chi group during a 3-month
study reported less joint pain and stiffness than when they started. They also had less pain and
stiffness than patients in a control group.
Enhanced sleep. Exploring tai chi’s impact on sleep, the Oregon researchers found that tai chi
participants had improved sleep quality and length. A UCLA study of tai chi chih, a Westernized
version of tai chi, also supports claims of sleep benefits. Two-thirds of the people practicing
tai chi chih had major improvements in sleep quality.
The benefits are similar to those gained through drugs or cognitive behavioral therapy.
Increased immunity to shingles. Characterized by a painful, blistering skin rash, shingles is caused
by the same virus that causes chickenpox. In a shingles study, researchers found that tai chi
prompted an immune response to the varicella zoster virus similar to that prompted by the varicella
vaccine. When combined with the vaccine, tai chi helped create even greater levels of immunity --
double those of the control group.
What Is Qigong?
Qigong -- pronounced chee gong -- is a practice that involves a series of postures and exercises
including slow, circular movements, regulated breathing, focused meditation, and self-massage.
There are a variety of styles, and they are classified as martial, medical, or spiritual. Some qigong
styles are gentler like tai chi and can easily be adapted. Others are more vigorous like kung fu.
One unique feature of qigong is its ability to train the mind to direct the body’s energy, or chi, to
any part of the body. Some believe that, when moved correctly, chi can bring your body to a natural
state of balance.
What Are the Health Benefits of Qigong?
Qigong is believed to relax the mind, muscles, tendons, joints, and inner organs -- helping to improve
circulation, relieve stress and pain, and restore health. It’s practiced widely in China’s clinics and
Some believe that as a complement to Western medicine, qigong can help the body heal itself,
slowing or even reversing the effects of certain conditions. For example, in a study lasting 20 years,
people with hypertension were given drugs to control blood pressure. At first, all participants had
a drop in blood pressure, but blood pressure among those who were practicing qigong stabilized
over time. The qigong group members were also able to lower their use of blood pressure drugs.
The control group, however, had an increase in blood pressure, requiring greater use of drugs.
In addition to lower blood pressure, qigong may have other benefits, including:
Increased s***ina and vitality
Enhanced immune system
Improved cardiovascular, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, and digestive functions
Decreased risk of falling
Reduced symptoms and improved function in people with fibromyalgia
Are There Any Special Precautions for Tai Chi or Qigong?
Both tai chi and qigong are gentle exercises with few risks. However, if you are older, have a health
condition, or have not exercised in a long time, talk to your doctor before you try either of these
practices. Think of both as complements to Western medicine, and not replacements for it.
In general, use caution if you are pregnant or if you have a joint problem or severe osteoporosis.
It’s best not to do tai chi or qigong right after eating, if you are very tired, or if you have an active