Supreme Ultimate Tai Chi
Call - 0411 887 696
Friendly class environment. Award winning instructors.
2020 Term starting dates;
Croydon - Jan 29 Chirnside Park - Jan 30 Mooroolbark - Feb 1 Blackburn - Feb 3
Supreme Ultimate Tai Chi classes include exercises for mindfulness, balance, memory, focus, flexibility, stamina, strength and deep relaxation. The exercises are gentle and easy to follow.
Suitable for all ages and fitness levels.
Supreme Ultimate Tai Chi (formerly Harmony Tai Chi Centre) has been running Tai Chi classes in Melbourne's outer east since 1998.
Supreme Ultimate Tai Chi provides classes for the public, private individuals and groups including specialized programs for retirement villages, high and low care facilities and special needs groups.
We offer formal and casual classes in all the most popular styles of Tai Chi Chuan and Tai Chi Qigong, including beginners, advanced, competition training, instructor training and judging up to the national level.
Our instructors are fully trained and highly accomplished in the art of Tai Chi and the art of teaching.
Some of the many benefits of Tai Chi are; Increased muscle tone, bone density, memory, focus, balance, circulation, flexibility, vitality, stamina, endurance and can assist in treating arthritis, diabetes, blood pressure, heart disease, back, shoulder, neck, sleep and weight problems.
What is Tai Chi? Tai chi - Wikipedia
Taiji (tai chi), short for Tai ji quan, or T'ai chi ch'üan (pinyin: tàijíquán; 太极拳), is an internal Chinese martial art practiced for both its defense training, its health ...
What is Qi Gong? Qigong - Wikipedia
Qigong qi gong, chi kung, or chi gung is a holistic system of coordinated body-posture and movement, breathing, and meditation used for the purposes of health, ...
SUPREME ULTIMATE, Facts on Tai Chi Chuan
THE SUPREME ULTIMATE?
An Article in 1657 words By Erle Montaigue
September 27, 1989
Should any martial art be so bold as to call itself 'the supreme ultimate'? We all know that this phrase is the translation of the words 'T'ai chi ch'uan' but many martial artists, having studied T'ai chi as an adjunct to their own martial art question this name.