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Course Overview

Discover a path to wellness and tranquility with our Qi Gong course! 

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), 'Qi' is considered the fundamental substance that makes up the human body and supports its life functions. It is often described as the vital life energy and force that plays a central role in the body.

'Gong' in Chinese means 'work' or 'exercise.' So, 'Qi Gong' essentially translates to 'energy work' or 'energy exercise.' The practice of Qi Gong aims to enhance the quality of life by regulating the body's autonomic functions to an optimal state, leading to improved mental and physical well-being.

Qi Gong is best practiced slowly and gently, emphasising deep breathing and a tranquil state of mind. This holistic approach to energy exercise can significantly contribute to vitality and overall health.

Term 2 Dates

Term 2 for Qi Gong runs from Monday 29 April to Monday 3 June.

Course Outcomes

Learn Qi Gong tips to put the Energy work in daily life from Qi core and Qi points to enhance their Mental and Physical Health.


"My toes are coming back to life again – I have never felt so in tune with my little toes before. After suffering a back injury several years ago I was quite inflexible on one side. This is slowly resolving. I am also motivated to get up early on Monday mornings for class. Also I’m impressed with the mind body connection – one becomes more aware of all body movements on a daily basis."




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Angela Tian Zhu

About the tutor

Angela Tian Zhu

Angela Zhu, a third-generation Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner, hails from Beijing. With over four decades of experience, she has practiced TCM in various countries, including China, Bosnia, Croatia, Sweden, and Australia since 1992.Angela's practice is currently based at Traditional Qi Cremorne, where she offers services such as Acupuncture, Tai Chi, and Qi Gong classes dedicated to improving mental health and overall well-being.Throughout her career, Angela has also been an educator, having taught at esteemed institutions like Sydney TCM College, the University of NSW, NIDA, Confucius College, Campbelltown Hospital Mental Health Unit, and various community centers. Her teaching repertoire includes Medical Qi Gong and Tai Chi (Taiji), with a focus on conducting workshops tailored to Mental Health and Senior Health Programs.

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(02) 9922 2299
Monday to Friday - 10:00am to 6:00pm
220 Miller St, North Sydney - Back of Ted Mack Civic Park