Workshop with Dr Paul Lam!

Workshop with Dr Paul Lam!

“Think of the circular path of each movement. In tai chi every movement is in a curve or circle that has no ending or beginning” ~ Dr Paul Lam



Exciting news! Dr Paul Lam, creator of the ‘Tai Chi for Health’ forms that I have been teaching for the past 8 years, will be giving a talk at the Karuna on the 6th of August! Not only is Paul a master trainer, tai chi expert, and mentor; he is a kind soul who really wants to help others through the power, healing, and magic of Tai Chi. It is a real treat for us to have the opportunity to soak up his wisdom in such an intimate setting. Paul is a busy man, so I am deeply grateful that he will be giving a talk on ‘The Magic of Tai Chi’ next month for my students. Details of the workshop are below!

What // The Magic of Tai Chi Workshop with Dr Paul Lam. For 90mins, Paul will speak of the wonder and more esoteric side of tai chi, as well as talk of the many health benefits of practising this ancient art form. There will be opportunity for question and answer time, followed by Tai Chi practise with Paul! We will then finish the workshop with afternoon tea!

When // Saturday, the 6th of August. Workshop – 3-4:30pm. Tea Time – approx. 4:30-5pm.

Cost // $50

Contact // Myself, Kristie – 0410 704 413 …

*Please note, numbers are limited to 15 people. If you are intending to come, please let me know asap.


Link to Dr Paul Lam’s website –

Link to a fab YouTube video of a demo by Dr Paul Lam


Without the Tai Chi for Arthritis form I would not be a Tai Chi student, or teacher. That’s for sure. I heard about Tai Chi and its benefits for people with arthritis when I was 19 years old having just experienced a major flare up of the arthritis in my knees. Well… I have been practising ever since. Thank you, Paul. Thank you, everyone! Hope to see you at the workshop!

Kristie x


“Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard. This is another paradox: whatever is soft is strong” ~ Lao Tzu