Tai Chi & Qigong

1 hr classes each week

Tai Chi & Qigong movement meditation to harmonise the body and calm the mind.

Suited to :

  • All levels of practice, with or without Tai Chi, Qigong or meditation experience.
  • And meditators preferring to use movement to support their practice.

Class Times :

Mondays – 6:15pm (1 hr) – [with Hooman]

Saturdays – 8am (1 hr) – [with Thomas]

This class runs both in-person at our hub & online.
In-person : simply turn up and join the class.
Online : please book via the Live Session Calendar.

Dates when Tai Chi & Qigong classes are NOT running :

It is a condition of attending any session that you accept our Terms & Conditions.

Class Details

Location :First Floor, 443 Vincent St West, West Leederville
Class Fee :We operate on a Pay From Your Heart basis.
We recommend a minimum $10 per person per class.
Paying more than this helps cover those that cannot afford the suggested amount.
How To Book :In-person : No booking is required to attend in-person at our hub, simply turn up and join the class.
Online : Book via the Live Session Calendar to attend online.
Contact us if you have questions or if you prefer to let us know that you will be attending.
What to bring :Yourself, friends, family, partners, work colleagues – all are welcome!
Comfortable & loose clothing is recommended to assist with free and relaxed movement.
Mats, cushions & blankets are provided. You are also welcome to bring your own meditation props should you prefer.
Chairs & stools are available for those unable to sit on the floor
Terms & Conditions :It is a condition of attending any session that you accept our Terms & Conditions.

Tai Chi Qigong
with Hooman Khamesi

What is Covered

Hooman’s aim of this Tai Chi Qigong class is relaxation and enjoyment, and to be as simple as possible rather than a technical thinking about the practice.

His classes typically include :

  • Warm-up – to prepare the body for practice.
  • Tai Chi Qigong Practice – 1 or 2 standing movements repeated about 10 times. Helping to feel chi inside the body.
  • Demo – of the 8 movement of tai chi form.
  • Tai Chi Form Practice – practice of 1 tai chi form (if time permits).
  • Short Meditation – to calm the system, especially for sleep that night.

Potential Outcomes

Tai Chi is an internal martial art that improves your mind, body mobility, and relaxation.

Qigong is the practice of understanding, feeling, and guiding your body’s energy and is commonly used in exercise, meditation, massage, and healing.

Combined it is known as Tai Chi Qigong, where Qigong helps improve, and merges into, Tai Chi form.

It is a dynamic meditation which helps to harmonise the body and calm the mind.

Session Facilitator


Hooman Khamesi has been practising Tai chi and in traditional Yang style and Qigong for over 15 years. With 2.5 years practice in modern Yang style.

He learnt from Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and is a current member of the Young Martial Arts Association (YMAA) school.

Hooman has participated in many Qigong and Tai chi camps and seminars and holds international coaching certificates.

Tai Chi & Qigong
with Thomas To

What is Covered

Thomas’s session aims at helping students experience and realise the various benefits of Taichi and Qigong.

His classes generally include breathing exercises, basic Tai Chi movements, techniques from Tai Chi forms, stances (zhan zhuang), application to daily life, and so forth.

Q&A is always welcomed and in fact encouraged. This is where traditional methodology meets modern science!

Potential Outcomes

The various benefits of Taichi and Qigong may include :

    • Joint mobility
    • Healthy posture
    • Improved balance
    • Breathing techniques
    • Better circulation
    • Healthier cardiovascular, respiratory and immune systems
    • Enhanced mind-body connection
    • Heightened body awareness
    • Mindfulness and focus

Session Facilitator


Thomas To began learning Taichi in Hong Kong over 15 years ago, in the Chen style.

Later he trained in Grandmaster Pek Hua’s school under Shifu Antonio Young, with lineage in the Yang and Wu styles, also in Hong Kong.

Despite the different styles, Thomas’s training and studies have taken him back to the original form of Taichi, as per the classics along with the Qigong methodology.

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