February – September 2019
Term 1 (26 February – 2 April) | Term 2 (7 May – 18 June) | Term 3 (30 July – 10 September)
Throughout 2019, Blacktown Arts will present 3 terms of movement workshops for young people (aged 12-17) and seniors, facilitated by performance artist and martial arts instructor Binh Duy Ta.
These workshops combine traditional methods and philosophies of movement with contemporary performance practices to emphasise creativity, sensitivity, energy and movement.
Mindful Movements for Young People (12 – 17)
Tuesdays | 4 pm – 5 pm
With a background in theatre and martial arts coaching, Binh will guide young participants through new performative techniques that originate from traditional kung-fu and self defence routines. These classes will provide space for creativity and collaboration as traditional techniques merge with contemporary performance.
Mindful Movements for Seniors
Tuesdays | 2pm – 3pm
In these tailored sessions for seniors, Binh will guide participants through movements that combine ancient Chinese meditation methods of Qigong (Chi-gong) and mindful breathing. These tailored classes for seniors will help participants practice self-care and awareness. The techniques used will focus on joint movement and muscle relaxation, while helping individuals to manage stress and clear the mind.
BOOK FOR THE TERM AND SAVE
Participants can receive discounts by booking for a full term of workshops.
Term 1 | 26 February – 2 April 2019, 6 sessions
$25 (save $5)
Term 2 | 7 May – 18 June 2019, 7 sessions
$25 (save $10)
Term 3 | 30 July – 10 September, 7 sessions
$25 (save $10)
All 3 terms
$70 (save up to $30)
To book for an entire term, call The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre on
9839 6558, or visit us in person.
78 Flushcombe Road Blacktown NSW.
All full-term bookings are non-refundable.
ABOUT BINH DUY TA
Binh Duy Ta has years of experience as a theatre maker, director, writer, performer and teacher with Kung Fu and martial arts . Binh was trained in Qigong under master Chen Yong Fa and sifu (skilled person or teacher in Cantonese) John K Saw, and has been practicing since 2000. He has taught Qigong and Meditation and Movement and Kung Fu at The University of Wollongong, Western Sydney University and Campbelltown Arts Centre.