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Canadian Tai Chi Academy


The Canadian Tai Chi Academy teaches 108-move Tai Chi,
a style developed by Master Moy Lin-Shin (1931-1998).
He modified the traditional Yang Style 108-move Tai Chi set
to maximize the health benefits for faster health improvement,
as he realized that in a modern society,
an exercise that was good for health
was more important than a martial art for fighting.

The Canadian Tai Chi Academy runs classes across Canada.
Check our Classes section for detailed information.








In Honour of Leung Tze Pang 40th Anniversary


Leung Tze Pang brought the internal art of lok hup ba fa, the six combinations, eight methods spirit and mind boxing to so many students.

Moy Lin-Shin studied with Mr. Leung for several years, until Mr. Leung's death in 1974. The power and knowledge built into this set of movements offers keys to understanding internal movement and the resultant health benefits that accrue from its study.
In honour and respect for the memory of Mr. Leung and Mr. Moy, the Canadian Tai Chi Academy is conducting a number of events in 2014 to enhance the learning of Lok Hup Ba Fa, - the "Cadillac" of internal arts.







News and Events


New Locations

Lansdowne, Ontario
Newmarket, Ontario
Canmore, Alberta
Saanich Peninsula, BC
Sunshine Coast, BC





New Beginner Classes

Bragg Creek
Starts January 6, 2015
Bragg Creek, Alberta
More




Workshops

Sunshine Coast
Tai Chi Workshop
November 1, 2014
Sechelt, BC
Poster

Newmarket
National East Workshop
November 15-16, 2014
Newmarket, Ontario
Poster

Kanata
Tai Chi Workshop
November 29, 2014
Kanata (Ottawa), Ontario
Poster

Kelowna
Lok Hup Workshop (first half)
November 29, 2014
Kelowna, BC
Poster   -   Form   -   Form (pdf)

Kelowna
Lok Hup Workshop (second half intro)
December 6, 2014
Kelowna, BC
Poster   -   Form   -   Form (pdf)






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