Master Instructor & Head Coach of the Tai Chi & Chi Kung Institute of Australia
Allan Kelson is the Master Instructor & Head Coach of the Tai Chi & Chi Kung Institute of Australia.
Allan has been training at Shaolin in Kung Fu and Qi Gong (Chi Kung) sets since 1989. His teachers are both 31st Generation Shaolin Monks from the Songshan Shaolin Temple, including his teacher Master Feng Geng Hui who is also the director of the Henan Shaolin Wushu Institute.
Trained and accredited at the Beijing Sports University in Yang Style Tai Chi 24 Forms, 48 Forms, Chen Style Tai Chi, Sword (both Yang & Chen Styles), Cudgel (stick) forms and Sun Style Tai Chi. Also he trained privately in-house with Grand Master Yang Zhendou in China in Traditional Yang Tai Chi.
Completed training and accreditation in China’s classical weapons: Fan, Flute and Double Swords and the Advanced Training for Coaches and Diploma of Tai Chi at the Beijing Sports Institute/ University (BSU).
Alan Qi Gong (Chi Kung) training and accreditation comes from Xi Yuan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Beijing), Beidahe Qi Gong Rehabilitation Hospital (China), Beijing & Shanxi Colleges of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Beijing Sports University.
He has completed the International Qi Gong (Chi Kung) Training Course in Beijing, and he is an accredited International Wai Dan Chi Kung Instructor.
He received his International Judge Certificate for Tai Chi & Wu Shi after successfully completing my accreditation course in Beijing in April 2004, and he is the first South Australian to attain this International Judge level.
A Chi Kung demonstration by master instructor & head coach Allan Kelson and his team from the Tai Chi & Chi Kung Institute of Australia. Chi Kung, which literally means “energy work,” is a system of cultivating health, vitality, and longevity. Practiced by the Chinese for thousands of years, Chi Kung works with the energy […]
A Tai Chi demonstration by master instructor & head coach Allan Kelson and his team from the Tai Chi & Chi Kung Institute of Australia. Originally developed for self-defense, tai chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise that’s now used for stress reduction and a variety of other health conditions. Often described as […]