Welcome! Sing Ong Tai Chi is an international organization dedicated to thorough study and quality tuition of Yang style Tai Chi Chuan.
Tai Chi Chuan is practiced for health and self-defence, following the rich tradition passed down through Cheng Man Ching (Zheng Manqing) and Huang Sheng Shyan (Huang Xingxian) to Professor Yek Sing Ong, the founder and grandmaster of Sing Ong Tai Chi.
Classes are offered in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Malaysia. New students are always welcome. We hope you enjoy exploring our website and finding out more about us. For further inquiries feel free to contact our instructor nearest to you.
tai chi for health
Sing Ong Tai Chi is a great way to relax and do your daily exercise. It maintains good health and youthfulness. It's easy on the joints and can be adapted to suit any level of fitness and ability.
tai chi for self-defence
Tai chi originally became famous as a martial art. With proper training, Sing Ong Tai Chi is excellent for self defence. It uses skill and accuracy to overcome aggression. There is no risk of injury from training.
our tai chi lineage
While following the same underlying principles, each interpretation of tai chi is defined by the people who have studied and taught it. Here you can find out more about Professor Yek and the tai chi heritage that is the foundation of Sing Ong Tai Chi.
resources & articles
Read about parts of our tai chi syllabus, essays by our students and a bit about Chinese language. Occasionally we'll add new articles.
news and recent events
We regularly update this page with news of upcoming events involving Sing Ong Tai Chi. There is also a section with reports and photos of recent events.
We have tai chi classes in New Zealand and other locations around the world. All new students start by learning a series of tai chi exercises that teach tai chi fundamentals.
Sing Ong Tai Chi in New Zealand
Sing Ong Tai Chi in Australia
Sing Ong Tai Chi in Canada
Sing Ong Tai Chi in Malaysia
Sing Ong Tai Chi in Europe
contact us via email
Use this page to contact us via email. Alternatively you can use the section above to find the telephone number of an instructor near you.
If you'd like to keep exploring the Internet for information about tai chi, you may enjoy our selection of links to other websites about tai chi.