About the Australian College of Tai Chi and Qi Gong

Purpose of the College

The purpose of the college is primarily to teach and encourage the practice of tai chi and qi gong, for the promotion of health and happiness.

Direction of the college

The Australian College of Tai Chi and Qi Gong will remain long-term as a not-for-profit association, with a non-competitive nature.

The college will continue to provide qualified, high-level instruction for Wu style tai chi and qi gong.

Mutual respect will continue to be essential among members of the college. This applies to the various relationships among students, instructors and the college principals.

Structure of the college

Principal
Head Instructor
photo of Sam Li Sam Li
Honorary Principal
photo of Li Li-Qun (1925-2013) Li Li-Qun (1925-2013)
Grand Master
China Wushu Grading: 8
Principal's Assistant
Senior Instructor
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Sam Li's Disciple
China Wushu Grading: 4
Senior Instructor
photo of Rachel Addison Rachel Addison
Sam Li's Disciple
China Wushu Grading: 5
Senior Instructor
photo of Ken Dickenson Ken Dickenson
Sam Li's Disciple
China Wushu Grading: 4
Instructor
photo of Stephen Procter Stephen Procter
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Instructor
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Instructor
photo of Diane Gosden Diane Gosden
China Wushu Grading: 2
Assistant to Instructors
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Assistant to Instructors
photo of Martin Shipley Martin Shipley
China Wushu grading: 3
Associate of the College
Independent Instructor
photo of Janet Pope Janet Pope
China Wushu grading: 3
Associate of the College
Independent Instructor
photo of Kevin Bartolo Kevin Bartolo
China Wushu grading: 2

Locations

The college runs classes in quite a few suburbs in Sutherland Shire and nearby. For exact locations, please see this list.