Chinese Culture Courses

Enjoy the slow, controlled movements of Tai Chi to reduce your stress, improve your fitness, and enhance your overall wellbeing. Our Tai Chi courses are designed for people of all ages and background. The slow controlled movements will invigorate your body and soul.


Hear what our students say

I have done a Marathon, completed an Ironman 70.3 event last year, love to kayak and go bushwalking. I look to Tai Chi for its benefits of harmonisation for the mind and body. The instructor was exceptional, she knew the form really well and taught with clarity and a lot of patience. What I liked most about the Confucius Institute course was its authenticity.

- Scott Bishop, Tai Chi 2 student

I first joined the Tai Chi 1 course while waiting for a sporting injury to heal. Since then I have found an improvement in balance and seen how other students progress from awkward movements towards grace and strength over time. I find the challenge of learning new movements and sequences addictive. I also quite enjoy the teacher who is very friendly, skilled and patient.

- Merrin Avery, Tai Chi 3 student


Tai Chi is a form of 'moving meditation' that is both a health-promoting exercise and an incredible stress reliever. Tai Chi is for both body and mind. It will reduce your stress, improve your fitness, and enhance your overall well-being.

In the Tai Chi 1 course, you will learn the 24-Form Tai Chi. It's a beginners' class, and everyone is welcome.

Term 3 2015
Start Dates

Thursday 6pm-7pm, starts 16 July 2015 @ Callaghan

Monday 6pm-7pm, starts 13 July 2015 @ Ourimbah

Duration 1hr per week x 10 weeks
Fee $160 (incl GST) 
Location Confucius Institute, Callaghan Campus
Drama Studio, Ourimbah Campus
Instructor Xiaoyu Ran (Summer)
Shuoyu Liu (April)

Pay and Enrol Here >

Tai Chi is a form of 'moving meditation' that is both a health-promoting exercise and an incredible stress reliever. Tai Chi is for both body and mind. It will reduce your stress, improve your fitness, and enhance your overall well-being.

The Tai Chi 2 course is for people who have learnt the 24-Form Tai Chi. You will learn the 32-Form Tai Chi in this intermediate class.

Term 3 2015
Start Dates

Wednesday 6pm-7pm, starts 15 July 2015 @ Callaghan

Monday 7pm-8pm, starts 13 July 2015 @ Ourimbah

Duration 1hr per week x 10 weeks
Fee $160 (incl GST) 
Location Confucius Institute, Callaghan Campus
Drama Studio, Ourimbah Campus
Instructor Min Yuan (Julia)
Shuoyu Liu (April)

Pay and Enrol Here >

Tai Chi is a form of 'moving meditation' that is both a health-promoting exercise and an incredible stress reliever. Tai Chi is for both body and mind. It will reduce your stress, improve your fitness, and enhance your overall well-being.

The Tai Chi 3 course is for people who have learnt the 32-Form Tai Chi. You will learn the 42-Form Tai Chi in this advanced class.

Term 3 2015
Start Dates

Thursdays 7pm-8pm, starts 16 July 2015 @ Callaghan

Duration 1hr per week x 10 weeks
Fee $160 (incl GST) 
Location Confucius Institute, Callaghan Campus
Instructor Xiaoyu Ran (Summer)

Pay and Enrol Here >

Tai Chi is a form of 'moving meditation' that is both a health-promoting exercise and an incredible stress reliever. Tai Chi is for both body and mind. It will reduce your stress, improve your fitness, and enhance your overall well-being.

The Tai Chi Club is suitable for all past and current Tai Chi students who want to practise Tai Chi routines and improve their movements in a fun and relaxed environment. It's a great way to make new friends too!

Term 3 2015
Start Dates

Wednesday 7pm-8pm, starts 15 July 2015 @ Callaghan

Duration 1hr per week x 10 weeks
Fee Free
Location Confucius Institute, Callaghan Campus
Instructor Min Yuan (Julia)

Pay and Enrol Here >