Tai Chi for Health
Logan Tai for Health aims to provide classes the whole community can access. Under our Tai Chi in the park program we want people to utilise the open spaces Logan Council provides to residents. This is a way we can reach the people that need quick access.
We do cater for those who prefer indoors but limited to Springwood or Jimboomba. And also, for the elderly who are bound to their immediate environment (care facilities). Most people we encounter seem to enjoy performing their Tai Chi outdoors in natural surroundings.
Tai Chi Classes in Logan
Situated south of the Brisbane metropolitan area in South East Queensland, Logan is a fast-growing local government area. It lies between the City of Brisbane to the north and the City of Gold Coast to the south, and borders the Scenic Rim between the Ipswich, and the Redland Bay region.
Logan Tai Chi for Health conduct Tai Chi classes for adults in Council Parks, Community Centers, Retirement Villages and Care Facilities throughout the Logan Shire Region south of Brisbane. Our classes are inclusive of participants from all sectors including disability services.
We are proudly sponsored by Logan City Council under the Live Well Logan Community Support Program to conduct Tai Chi in the Park at Greenbank, Regents Park, Spring Mountain Reserve and Logan Village. And from January 2020 we are back in the Community Centre at Jimboomba Library.
Classes are also available in Springwood at a private facility. Bookings for all locations is essential.
Logan Tai Chi for Health Reaches the Outer Suburbs
The Community Room at Jimboomba Library has indoor Tai Chi classes weekly. Spring Mountain, Greenbank and Logan Village are central locations for many outer suburban areas. Wheelchair access is provided by Logan Council in most of our locations. In wet weather we have some alternatives for cover to practice under.
Other programs, classes and workshops are provided by Logan Council’s Live Well Logan Program on a weekly basis and in school holiday times. You can call or visit this webpage for more information.
Follow this link for the program booklet covering the Live Well Logan Community Support Program. Your family will find this program has many other activities to enjoy. For changes to the program or to download the booklet head on over to the Live Well Logan web page.
If there are no Tai Chi classes near you perhaps we can start one. Please visit our Contact Us page and send us your request.
Our Professional Training
Our training staff have a solid background in delivering quality education to the community. Highly developed communication skills are essential when delivering programs to people from diverse backgrounds. We pride ourselves on being inclusive.
A gentle exercise program requires that we introduce participants at a pace relevant to their fitness level.
Tai Chi and Qigong have been interwoven to produce a fitness program that anyone can learn. Our participants are aged 18 – 80 plus. Anybody can join this program at any time without fear of being a beginner.
Our reputation for delivering quality education is growing. Participants are rewarded in many ways as they progress.