No pain, big gains! Welcome to gentle exercise you can do for the rest of your life!

Chunmei Yang at Southbank Parklands Feel Good Program

Chunmei’s passion is to change the lives of people, improving their body and mind wellbeing by teaching them Tai Chi and Qi Gong gentle exercise, as well as through remedial massage.

After many years of studying Taekwondo (black belt), and practicing and teaching Tai Chi, Chunmei decided to start her own business where she could help people enjoy their lives into old age. So, in 2013 Tai Chi & Qi Gong for Health (previously called Tai Chi for Health Brisbane) was born.

The health benefits of Tai Chi & Qi Gong include:
• Increased flexibility and muscle strength
• Greater fitness
• Better body posture
• Integration of body, mind and spirit
• Improved flow of Qi (life energy)

Tai Chi is gentle exercise suitable for all ages and abilities.

SBS Radio Interview: Viva: How Meditation Calms the Mind


By Amy Chien-Yu Wang, Presented by Audrey Bourget , 9 May 2018

Here is the link to the interview we did last week: https://www.sbs.com.au/radio/article/2018/05/09/viva-how-meditation-calms-mind

Human beings spend 47 per cent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they are doing right now. This wandering mind is considered to be the cause of unhappiness. Meditation and mindfulness are often used in religious and spiritual practices to calm the mind and reduce stress. Could this be the secret to keep the doctors away?

The centuries-old Chinese slow-flowing exercise of Tai Chi is often described as “meditation in motion”, but is sometimes called “medication in motion.” ….

The Tai Chi philosophy of “Jing”, or quietness, can be the answer to calming busy minds.

“Tai Chi is really focused on being in the moment right now, right here, and that is one of the main aspect of meditation, and this kind of relaxed concentration is released through concentration on the breathing. So, in Tai Chi, breathing is organised in synchrony with movement, and, so, you have to attend to the breathing as well as the movement, so it brings the body and mind into a very relaxed alignment.”