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  1. Dij Vriens says:

    I would like to know about your tai chi classes, when, where and how much they cost. Thank you

  2. Aj Walker says:

    I’m interested in beginning classes with your group. I begun studying Acupuncture and Chinese medicine this year and it was recommended that we start up a practice such as this. I’m wondering as to what the process is to join and the details of when and where you run the sessions.

    Thanking you.

  3. Peter Covolo says:

    I live in Geelong and I would like to know about your tai chi classes, when, where and how much they cost.
    Thank you

  4. Caitlin Ogdon says:

    We live in Pt Lonsdale and were wondering if you run any classes in or near Ocean Grove? There was a Tai Chi teacher down here but no longer teaching. Also are there any Saturday classes? I’m also interested in fees etc. I’m looking for myself and my 10 year old daughter.
    many thanks

    • gtaichi says:

      Come if you like on World Tai Chi day 9:30am 26 April. Steampacket Gardens, if no rain to celebrate a free lesson. We shall perform Beijing 24, followed by 32 sword and Yang 108.

  5. cathy says:

    I am interested in Qi Gong and developing a regular practise can you tell me if you run Qi Gong classes and if so the style of Qi Gong/ when and where?
    Thank you, Cathy

    • gtaichi says:

      We are often asked about Qi Gong. Our style of Tai Chi incorporates Qi Gong. I am sure you have spent a bit of time researching on the web already. There are many books in English about Qi Gong. Maybe what you are looking for is Nei Gong but before you can do that you will need to find a good teacher. It is not a trivial discipline it needs time preserverance and dedication. We believe there are some Shaolin Wu Shu practitioners in Melbourne and there may be even a closet master in the Bellarine. We have been doing Tai Chi since 1981 and our resident Grandmaster Khor Eng Chor lives in Melbourne and together with his brother Grandmaster Gary Khor have been teaching Tai Chi and Qi Gong for more than 30 years.

      • Frank Tindal says:

        In 1985 Brad Thompson, Laural Scott and myself under the auspices of the Australian Academy of Tai Chi brought Tai Chi to Geelong @ the Barwon Rowing Club, Barwon Terrace. Previous to that in 1981 Jim Fitzdale from the USA had a small class at Queenscliff over a weekend, to get an interest in Tai Chi. I then went on to establish two schools in Geelong (Barwon Tai Chi Chuan School). Travelled and trained in Hong Kong. To my recollection, these were the first events of Tai Chi in Geelong.

        • gtaichi says:

          The Australian Academy of Tai Chi was started by Grandmaster Gary Khor and left Geelong and surrounds soon after. Unbeknown to trainees, Grandmaster Ron Khor brother to Gary took over training in Victoria and Tasmania while Gary trained all the other states. The Celestial College of Tai Chi is administrated by Ron Khor and Geelong Tai Chi is one of it’s schools. So if you are interested or a past student of Gary, there are a few in our classes, and want to continue this Yang style come along. The brothers Khor learnt the Yang style in Malaya which predates the current Yang style in the PRC. In 1956, the sports and health ministry of the PRC standardized all styles into a few forms like 24, 81, 32 sword and others which are also taught at Geelong Tai Chi.

          Geelong Tai Chi is a registered business name.There are also running in Geelong other schools and individuals that teach various forms and styles of Tai Chi.

  6. Vesna says:

    I live in Clifton Springs. Would like to join Tai Chi classes in Geelong (or Bellarine peninsula) if possible. Kind Regards,

    • gtaichi says:

      We practice the Yang style of Tai Chi, 6:30 pm Wednesday nights at St Paul’s Church Hall, 175 Latrobe Tce.
      Corporate and private programs can be discussed and arranged to your requirements.

      Beginners are always welcome, please arrive earlier so you can be registered.
      Please wear loose clothing and flat bottom, slip free shoes to the class.
      While there is no apparent exertion it is wise to bring water for individual needs.

      The session lasts for 1 hour, comprising warm up, form tutorial, cool down. The beginning student will be taught the traditional Beijing 24 as expressed by PRC Ministry of Sports. Continuing and advanced students engage in the further study and practice of Tai Chi Chuan. The student will be introduced and taught Beijing 24, Yang 108, Qi Gong, Shibashi 1-7, Lotus Qi Gong, Ba Dua Jin, Beijing 42, sword, fan, sabre, flute, Chen and Sun forms. Incorporating meridian and lymphatic system activation, Relaxation, Meditation, health and wellbeing exercises. Tai Chi is indeed a subtle martial art which you will also learn by inference and example.

      Please note if you have some physical or physiological issues, it is best to seek a doctor’s advice before starting. Tai chi is a self regulating activity for those with issues you must regulate your activity in class depending on the level of your mobility. Only move as far as you can or stretch to the limit of comfort regardless of the instruction you receive in class. It is a slow entry into fitness and will take at least 12 to 15 sessions before you realise some benefits.

      Terms are 7 weeks long and the sessional fee is $7?9, concessional cards $69, casual, walk in and casual practitioners pay $15 per session.

      Please see for information on tai chi and particularly for a list of the different schools in Victoria

  7. eduardo ferreira says:

    i am interested in taichi classes.
    i had a massive heart attack in november last year and i feel to heal my body i would like to do tai chi to move my body’s energy and attain chi and balance.
    could you please forward me details as where are the classes held. thank you.

  8. Vanessa Rowland says:

    I live in Drysdale and am interested in starting Tai Chi lessons, please can you let me know, where the closest class would be? I believe that there is a class in the Springdale Hall in Drysdale on Monday mornings, do you hold them at any other time?
    Thank you

  9. Rosie says:

    I am interested in starting tai chi (beginner). Could you please inform as to the next terms starting dates. Also do you have any daytime classes available.

  10. Fiona Myers says:

    I am interested in beginning tai chi and would like information on the classes. Thankyou


  11. lynne hayes says:

    can you please advise if there are any Tai Chi classes near Ocean Grove ?

  12. Fran says:

    Could you please forward information about class timetables in Geelong. Thanks.

  13. Tom Boyle says:

    Hi, I am interested in taking Tai Chi classes. Could someone please advise cost, when and where they take place and when the next class runs.

    I’d like to begin as soon as possible.



  14. Chris McDonnell says:

    Could you please advise if there are any classes during the day in Geelong or Ocean Grove?

    • gtaichi says:

      Thursday Queenscliffe Neighborhood house 3 Tobin Drive, Queenscliff VIC 3225
      (03) 5258 3367 9 am beginners 10 am Beijing 24 intermediate
      Geelong Belmonst seniors centre 52 Thomson rd 9 am mondays SKTC 18 started

  15. shelley gibb says:

    Hello interested inTai Chi class in Geelong. I have recently participated in beginner class and loved it, but the class has discontinued as the instructor could not continue.
    Any information appreciated.
    Thank you, shelley

  16. Suse Dixon says:

    Hi can I please have your current timetable for classes Thanks

  17. shelley gibb says:

    I am interested in joining tai chi class in geelong. Please advise of time, place, cost and process of joining.
    thank you, shelley

  18. Susan says:

    Can you send details of where you hold classes, days, times, cost etc. I am a total beginner. I live in Geelong.

  19. carol mulcahy says:

    I am interested in learning tai chi. Please send me some information about beginners classes, i live in thomson- thankyou

  20. Vicki says:

    Please advise classes for beginners outside working hours, preferably on Bellarine. Thankyou

  21. Diane says:

    Hell, We are a retirement village in Drysdale and I would like to know if we can have someone come out once a week for classes.
    Could you please let me know if this is possible, if so, how much would we be looking at.
    Kind regards,

  22. rose says:

    Am inquiring about where and when you run beginers tai chi classes.

  23. Gary says:


    I’m interested in joining in a Tai Chi class, and would like to know the Class schedule and pricing.

    I look forward to your hearing from you.
    Thank you

  24. Ryan says:

    Hello. I request to be informed as to the training times and class fees thankyou.

  25. Jocelyn Castley says:

    Iam interested in attending Tai Chi classes. Can you please send me information on a timetable and pricing and venue/s in the Geelong area.

    Thanks in advance.


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