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Term 2: Mon 15 April – Sun 30 June (11 weeks)

No Class 3rd June due to Public Holiday.

The Tai Chi for Arthritis program was created in 1997 by Dr Paul Lam and a team of Tai Chi and medical experts.

Tai Chi is
designed to improve:

  • Muscular strength to support and protect the joints
  • Flexibility and mobility to reduce pain and stiffness

The focus on weight transference improves balance, which reduces falls, and the movements increase fitness, which promotes the proper functioning of the heart and lungs.

Venue: Harmony Hall, Mundaring Wellness Centre, 16 Craig St, Mundaring
Class Times: You may only attend the day and time allocated for this class (once per week)

*Please wear loose, comfortable clothing and flat-soled shoes and bring a water bottle.
Chairs are available for support, and the program can be performed seated if preferred.

Four Levels

Beginner 1:

In a relaxed, social setting, this beginner level course introduces participants to tai chi movements to improve flexibility, mobility, posture and balance, and combines these movements with breathing exercises. The program also helps to relieve pain, reduce stress, and increase relaxation.

Beginner 2:

This beginner level course builds on and refines the movements learnt previously, to start putting movements and sequences together. With a focus on mindfulness, participants will improve and grow their skills, learning to slowly move muscles in a continuous manner. Participants will ideally have had some exposure to tai chi in the past, but this is not a prerequisite.


This intermediate course is ideal for participants who had had some exposure to tai chi in the past. Participants will refine and increase the complexity of movements and sequences.


This advanced course is ideal for participants who are regularly involved in tai chi and are comfortable with complex movements and sequences.

Meet the Trainer

Teresa Stokes is a senior trainer and certified instructor with Dr Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Health Institute. 

Teresa Stokes has been practising Tai Chi for 16 years and has shared her practice with Arthritis and Osteoporosis WA for the past 10 years. She enjoys learning, practising, and sharing Tai Chi with her children, grandchildren, and participants who want to improve their health physically, mentally, and socially.

She believes that Tai Chi has had a positive impact on both her daily life and her overall health and capabilities. Teresa is an experienced instructor skilled at modifying movements to suit individuals.

Teresa looks forward to meeting new participants and watching them grow and feel their best.

Pick a Class

Tai Chi for All Levels
Mon 1:45 pm – 2:45 pm

Tai Chi for All Levels
Wed 8:30 am – 9:30 am

Tai Chi for Beginners 1
Wed 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm


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