Combining the physical and mental well-being of its practitioners, Taichi has become one of the most well-known and symbolic representations of the Chinese culture. With Chinese wording reflecting the highest/ultimate level, Taichi is reputed for its calm and relaxing movements.
Significant benefits to health can be achieved through simplistic Taichi movements. Using techniques dating back to the dynasty eras, Taichi ultimately benefits the nervous, cardiovascular and respiratory system, as well as the bones and muscles.
To give our UQ students the opportunity to immerse themselves in the Chinese culture and acquaint themselves with this very popular activity, we will be hosting ongoing taster sessions in March and April 2017.
Why should you participate?
Learn or improve your skills in this ancient and well-respected art form
Learn of Taichi's key health benefits
Take some time out of your busy schedule to relax and recharge
Take in the views of UQ lake
Free for UQ students
Course Details 2017 (subject to weather):
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 March
6, 13 April
Time: 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: Natural Amphitheatre (Grassed area UQ lakes near Building 41), St Lucia Campus
Cost: Sessions are free to attend, no pre-registration required. Look out for signage at the Natural Amphitheatre.
What to bring:
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