Developed for self-defense, the training is also an excellent form of exercise as it improves the individual both physically and mentally by strengthening one’s willpower, personal character and emotional discipline. The class will start with Yang-style taijiquan and qigong as the springboard to progress to other forms of martial arts, including unarmed combat, self-defense and the use of Chinese Martial Arts weapons.
|Chinese Martial Arts Lesson Details|
|Time ||2.15pm - 3.45pm
|Venue ||Aerobics Studio
|Charges (w/GST)||Member: $96.30 per month
Guest: $112.35 per month
| Format ||Half-an-hour of Qigong followed by an hour of Chinese Martial Arts
|Lesson Outline||Yang Style Taiji and Qigong
Unarmed Combat and Self-Defense
Chinese Martial Arts Instruments and Weapons
|Min. to Start||5 participants
Master Ngiam has over 40 years of experience teaching martial arts, taijiquan and qigong. He holds a World Traditional Martial Arts Union Ninth Dan and is also an international wushu judge (International Wushu Federation).
Things to note:
Members who wish to discontinue their lessons must inform the Sports & Recreation Department in writing; giving one month’s advanced notice