Sifu Peter currently teaches Taijiquan & Qigong as an instructor for JinLi-Wushu Tai Chi School in Victoria Australia. His focus is on health, well-being, and longevity. The aim in our practice of Qigong and Taijiquan is to have ‘Our Health Span equal Our Life Span’

Peter obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering before becoming a pioneer in the health and well-being movement in the ’80s, working as a registered remedial massage therapist. His knowledge of remedial therapies and dry needling has helped sporting people recuperate from punishing exercise programs, and assist with injuries, pain management, stress, and rehabilitation, in particular working with state-level swimmers and runners. He also has a Diploma of Nutrition and Holistic Lifestyle coaching certification, giving him a deep understanding of how the body functions, diet and exercise, the mind-body connection along with disease and injury prevention. Peter started studying Qigong with Grand Master Jack Lim over 30 years ago and has continued to study and train in various forms of Qigong since that time, confirming his belief in the healing benefits of Qigong and Chinese Medicine.

Taijiquan History:

His journey into Chinese martial arts was a natural progression and extension of his Qigong studies, commencing Baquazhang training nearly 15 years ago with Master Shao Zhao Ming, and more recently studying Taijiquan and Qigong with Professor Sun Han Xiang and Master Tara Brayshaw.

Peter has undergone the International Health Qigong Federation Qigong Instructor Training Program; trained at Beijing Sport University with Professors Wang Xiao Jun and Liu Xiao Lei and at Chengdu University with Traditional Chinese Medicine Professor Hu. When not practicing and promoting the enormous benefits of qigong and taijiquan to the community, he is involved in the organization of national qigong and taijiquan competitions here in Australia. He has also completed the White Tiger Qigong course: Qigong for Emotional Healing as well as Dr Roger Jahnke’s Healer Within Medical Qigong Program.

Peter has presented seminars to the public on the Five Elements and the Chinese Meridian System as they relate to Taijiquan and Qigong.

Peter has competed in the team event and won First Prize in the 24 Style Taijiquan Division of the First World Tai Chi Club Online Competition as part of the First Forum on Industry Development for World Taiji Clubs sponsored by Beijing Sports University

His passion is to teach and inform on the many benefits of Qigong and Taijiquan, both in face-to-face classes, seminars, and through the medium of this blog.

Peter is a Fellow of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society, Tai Chi Association of Australia Victorian & Tasmanian representative, and a Qigong and Taijiquan instructor with JinLi-Wushu Tai Chi School based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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