QIGONG/TAIJIQUAN INSTRUCTOR - Shifu Peter Eves

Peter obtained a Bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering before becoming a pioneer in the health and wellbeing movement in the 80’s, working as a registered remedial massage therapist. His knowledge of remedial therapies and dry needling has helped sporting people recuperate from punishing exercise programs, assist with injuries, pain management, stress and rehabilitation, in particular working with state level swimmers and runners. He also has a Diploma of Nutrition, 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.

His journey into Chinese martial arts was a natural progression and extension of his Qigong studies, commencing Baquazhang training nearly 10 years ago with Master Shao Zhao Ming, and more recently studying Taijiquan and Qigong with Professor Sun Han Xiang and Shifu 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.

Peter’s lifelong dedication to health and healing focusing on the 5 pillars of traditional medicine ensures you will get the most exceptional and comprehensive learning experience available and we consider ourselves extremely fortunate to have Peter as part of the JinLi team.

Email Shifu Peter Eves - petereves@jinli.com.au

 

 

Workshop - How to Apply Yin Yang Principles in Your Tai Chi Training

Learn how to apply one of the fundamental principles of Taijiquan to both form and push hands practice.
Sunday 16th October 2022 - 10.00am to 4.00pm - Inner Melbourne
Places Limited so BOOK NOW!
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Learning Should Be For Everyone and About Everything - Adult Learners Week 2022

Adult Learners Week is back on for 2022 and JinLi Wushu-Tai Chi is proud to be a part of encouraging all Adults to Connect with Learning. Don't miss out - 1 to 8 September 2022
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Respect in Tai Chi: The Art, Myself and Others

Program Concluded

LIVE Seminar Series
April/May 2022
Suitable for anyone wanting to know how to respect others in the 21st Century
Learn what it means to truly understand yourself and those around you.
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JinLi Summer Break 2022 Practice Classes

Program Concluded

Northcote - Monday 10 January - 12.30pm
Melbourne - Sunday 16 January - 10.00am
Elwood - Wednesday 19 January - 9.30am
Prahran - Sunday 23 January - 9.30am
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Tai Chi and Qigong: A Look Beyond The Practical Series 2

Program Concluded

ALL NEW! LIVE Seminar Series
Fortnightly from August 2021
Suitable for anyone interested in learning more about the theory behind Taiji and Qigong
Last year's Series incredibly popular.
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Tai Chi at Docklands

EVERY Thursday morning 7.45 to 8.45am at The Hub @ Docklands, 80 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
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JinLi Summer Break 2021 Practice Classes

Thornbury - Sunday 10 January - 11.00am
Elwood - Wednesday 13 January - 9.30am
Prahran - Sunday 17 January - 9.30am
Northcote - Monday 18 January - 12.30pm
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