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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.






New Introduction Classes



Kelowna
Commencing July 2024
Kelowna, BC


Smiths Falls
Commencing July 2024
Smiths Falls, Ontario


Burlington
Commencing September 2024
Burlington, Ontario


Cambridge
Commencing September 2024
Cambridge, Ontario


Creemore
Commencing September 2024
Creemore, Ontario


Halifax
Commencing September 2024
Halifax, Nova Scotia


Kamloops
Commencing September 2024
Kamloops, BC


Kentville
Commencing September 2024
Kenville, Nova Scotia


Kingston
Commencing September 2024
Kingston, Ontario


Stayner
Commencing September 2024
Stayner, Ontario


Winnipeg
Commencing September 2024
Winnipeg, Manitoba
New Locations



Otter Valley, Ontario
Oakville, Ontario
Arnprior, Ontario
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Red Deer, Alberta
Burlington, Ontario
Charlottetown, PEI
Saint John, NB
Ottawa, Ontario
Orangeville, Ontario








Year of the Dragon
February 10, 2024

Year Sign


2024
      Dragon
2025
      Snake
2026
      Horse
2027
      Goat
2028
      Monkey
2029
      Rooster
2030
      Dog
2031
      Pig
2032
      Rat
2033
      Ox
2034
      Tiger
2035
      Rabbit
Workshops



Richmond Hill
Tai Chi Workshop
July 27 - August 2, 2024
Richmond Hill, Ontario
    Information


Ilderton
Lok Hup Workshop
August 3, 2024
Ilderton, Ontario
    Information   -   Registration































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