Tai Chi is increasingly becoming more popular on our islands. Hundreds of students – individuals from all age groups – attend classes regularly.
Instructress Alana Axisa ‘s Tai Chi performance in China during mid-August was a huge success. Ms Axisa was chosen by the China Cultural Centre to perform in front of thousands of spectators in Beijing. This was a great achievement both on a personal and national level, considering that Tai Chi is a national sport in China.
Another milestone for Tai Chi was an event organised by Ms Axisa and her father, Tai Chi Master Adrian Axisa. This was a Sunset Tai Chi activity which included a Water Tai Chi session – the first of its kind ever held in Malta. This event was attended by an encouraging number of Tai Chi students. Water buoyancy can also be very beneficial for people with mobility problems.
Internationally-renowned expert in Tai Chi Master Liming Yue will be visiting Malta from Wednesday 2nd until Saturday 4th October and leading several Master Classes for the general public.
Anyone wishing to attend any of these classes is kindly requested to call or sms Adrian Axisa on mobile 99256363.
More information about Tai Chi Malta may be obtained from their Facebook page.