- All Taijiquan (Tai Chi) classes are taught by Eduardo Molon, indoor student of Master Chen Yingjun.
- All skill and fitness levels, and all age groups are welcome.
- See our schedule here.
This is a great way to be introduced to Taijiquan (Tai Chi), and to make friends with fellow students. It is often important to take part in group classes, so you can talk about your progress with your peers, and have a feeling of belonging. Taijiquan (Tai Chi) communities tend to be great, since we are all in the same road, walking towards similar goals.
Monthly Standard Fees
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Drop-in classes are offered primarily for out-of-town residents, or visiting students, as practicing Taijiquan (Tai Chi) only now and then will not yield the best results. We strive to teach you principles, not simply techniques, and we need you to come to class regularly for that. That said, if you’d like to come once to check us out, you are welcome for a drop-in class.
Personal training is a very traditional method of teaching. Taijiquan (Tai Chi) is a family art, and in old times, the Masters used to teach only their children or nephews.
- One student: CA$85 per class
- Two students: CA$120 per class
- Three studetns: CA$150 per class
Each class is 55 minutes long, and you are to arrange with friends if you’d like to have more than one person in the same class. Please arrive 5 minutes early. I kindly request that payment is done before the class.
Our plan is to bring Master Chen Yingjun to Canada on a yearly basis, to nourish our learning and to offer direct access to the very source of Taijiquan (Tai Chi). Master Chen Yingjun teaches in many countries, and i have already organized his seminars in another country for 9 consecutive years.