A Tooth from the Tiger’s Mouth
Physical therapy is a crucial part of well being. It can often be the deciding factor that determines if a patient is able to completely recover from a disease or if the disease can remain lingering. Martial Arts is a fantastic physical therapy, especially if the system being taught is authentic and the practitioner is passionate about teaching. Real Martial Arts is considered a treasure thus it is a Tooth from the Tiger’s Mouth (a rare item worth the risk of obtaining).
The Chinese Health Institute offers both Tai Chi/Qi Gong and Martial Arts training with more extensive details found at our branch site http://www.xlq.com.au.
Please contact us for further information.
Tai Chi & Qi Gong
Tai Chi and Qi Gong are a very important part of internal health. A union of movement and breathing strengthens the body and enhances the mind.
Research has shown that performing Chinese Exercise Therapy has beneficial outcomes on psychoemotional health (stress, anxiety, depression), cardiovascular health, pain reduction and improved balance with more new research emerging daily.
It is a form of exercise recommended for all ages and all genders to cultivate and enhance longevity and well being.
Often called “moving meditation”, you are NEVER too old to try this form of Martial Arts as it is both relaxing and effective due to the low impact nature of the movements.
We also offer training in the form of workshops held on certain Sundays and private tuition as well; please contact us for more information.
Xing Lin Quan
Translated as ‘Apricot Forest Fist’, this unique style was created by Dr. Jimmy Le (TCM) to incorporate the effective techniques he has learned from many different styles over the years.
It is a hard-soft striking style, akin to Kung fu or Karate that is recommended for anyone who wants to learn how to defend themselves on the street while growing inner confidence.
This style has less emphasis on tradition and more focus on mindset while helping the student create their own unique style catered to their body size and ability.
Martial Arts is like a second language – you may never need to use it but incredibly handy if you do. Contact us to begin your journey towards better health and legitimate self esteem.