Taiji

Tai Chi is one of the best form of exercise for the young and old. It is rich in cultural heritage, containing the essence of Chinese culture, infusing Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism, and incorporating Chinese medical theories and martial arts applications in its foundation. Through the practice of taiji, one develops flexibility, strength, coordination, focus, balance, breathing, and achieves the stimulation of the brain. The effects of taiji includes fitness, health, self-cultivation, body sculpting, self-defence, while bringing pleasure to the practitioner and has entertainment value for observers.

A large number of eastern and western scientific reports also confirmed that tai chi improves balance, strengthens limbs and flexibility, helps in avoiding falls, and slows the effects of dementia etc.

Chen Style Hunyuan Taiji

Chen Style Xinyi Hunyuan Taiji (referred as Hunyuan Taijiquan) is an excellent martial art system created by Master Feng Zhiqiang, the disciple of Chen Fake and Hu Yaozhen. The Hunyuan taijiquan is the combination of both Chen-style Taijiquan and Xinyiquan. Hunyuan Taijiquan emphasizes on Dan Tian rotation and sinking movements (body to sink and relax, hence allowing our QI to properly sink to the Dan Tian) before carrying out every move.

It has structured training forms start with bare-hand forms (24 & 48 steps. 32 & 46 steps cannon), weapon forms (sword & broadsword), single repetitive techniques and push hands.


The curriculum taught at this school includes basic and advanced Fist forms, Hunyuan Gong, Push Hands, and Weapons techniques:

  • 24 Steps Chen Style Hunyuan Taijiquan
  • 48 Steps Chen Style Hunyuan Taijiquan
  • Hun Yuan Gong - Qigong routines
  • Hun Yuan Gong - Taiji Baton
  • Push Hands
  • Chen Style Hunyuan Taijiquan Sword
  • Chen Style Hunyuan Taijiquan Sabre
  • Chen Style Taijiquan Old Form Yilu 83
  • Chen Style Taijiquan Old Form Erlu 71
Course Day Time Start date
24 Steps for Beginner Tue / Thu 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Jul - Dec 2017
46 Steps Pao Chui (炮捶) Sun 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm Jul - Dec 2017

Taijiquan for Beginner

The course content includes toning the body, stretching, balance, strength training, coordination, relaxation and Taiji movements practiced slowly in either standing, sitting or lying down, as well as taiji routine training.

The course improvements in physical condition are dramatic, and the exercises are easily incorporated into a daily routine.


Who should learn?


Who are currently suffering from neck stiffness, pain, backaches, knees pain and physically weak.

Various scientific reports had support that practise taijiquan helps in avoiding falls, and slows the effects of dementia etc.


Day Time Start Date Remarks
Sat 11:30 am – 12:30 pm 04 Mar 2017 6 months / 24 sessions

Taiji Stretching for the Seniors

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Ageing is an inevitable process and it usually comes along with frustrating aliments such as stiff joints and muscles weakness. However, with perseverance, a positive mindset and guiding from an experience instructor, these effects can be slow down or improve.


This class was design for the silver age (60 and above) and who are currently suffering from neck stiffness, pain, backaches, legs and knees pain. The course content includes toning the body, stretching, balance, strength training, coordination, relaxation and Taiji movements practised slowly in either standing, sitting or lying down, as well as taiji routine training.


Improvements in physical condition are dramatic, and the exercises are easily incorporated into a daily routine.


Day Time Remark
Tue 11:00 am – 12:00 pm 55 years old and above