Tai Chi on Sydney Harbour Bridge

Posted by Master Aaron Khor on 2 Feb 2019

The World First Tai Chi Class finds inner peace atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sunrise Tai Chi on Top of Sydney Harbour Bridge This morning, The Australian Academy of Tai Chi made history by performing Tai Chi & Qigong on the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. At the break of dawn on the 2nd of May 2017, Grandmaster Gary and Master Aaron Khor led 14 climbers up the steps of the famous Sydney harbour. With the sun rising up the horizon, and a soft breeze sweeping the clouds across the sky, 15 Tai Chi silhouettes high above Sydney, moved in unison to the silent rhythm of the cosmic universe. This is Tai Chi heaven, a moving meditation flowing with the heavenly chi energy of the Great Australian Outdoor. Sunrise Tai Chi Over Sydney Harbour the With beautiful golden clouds above and a bright red orange sun rising above deep blue water, 16 Tai Chi silhouettes moved in unison to the silent rhythm of the cosmic breath. It is Tai Chi heaven, a meditation in motion flowing with the wave energy of the Great Australian Outdoor.

To view the video clip on You Tube, click on the link: Australian Academy of Tai Chi Harbour Bridge Climb

The news also spread to China's papers and media, click on the links here to have a look: 


China Daily Newspaper Article

China CCTV Media Article

Trav Media Article


Global Travel Media News Articles

You can learn the fan sequence performed on the summit of the harbour bridge. It will be taught at the Gosford and Wollongong Workshops (information below). The sequence is part of the newly created Yang Sheng Qigong Fan Set. Yang Sheng means Life Nourishment. Physical decline associated with aging is avoidable. Musculoskeletal ailments such as stiffness, bad back, chronic pain, fatigue, and even high blood pressure need never occur if you maintain conscious control of your nerves and muscles. Yang Sheng qigong can help you overcome the aches & pain and restore your previous healthy body.

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