Schedule

WINTER SESSION

Classes begin January 14, 2019

Register online before January 6th, 2019 and get 10$ discount!

Heures Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
9h45–10h45 Tai Chi
Ongoing (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Ongoing (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Ongoing (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Beginners (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Beginners (15+)

Brossard / G. Vignal

9h45–10h45 Tai Chi
Part 2 (55+)

Brossard / CCV

Tai Chi
Part 2 (15+)

Brossard / G. Vignal

9h45–10h45 Tai Chi
Part 3 (55+)

Brossard / CCV

Tai Chi
Part 3 (15+)

Brossard / G. Vignal

9h45–10h45 Tai Chi
Ongoing (15+)

Brossard / G. Vignal

11h00–12h00 Tai Chi
Ongoing (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Ongoing (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Ongoing (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Qi Gong
All (55+)

Brossard / Radisson

Tai Chi
Advanced

Brossard / G. Vignal

11h00–12h00 Qi Gong
All (55+)

Brossard / CCV

12h15–13h15
18h30–19h30 Tai Chi
Part 2 (15+)

Brossard / CCV

Tai Chi
Beginners (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

Tai Chi
Beginners (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

18h30–19h30 Tai Chi
Part 3 (15+)

Brossard / CCV

Tai Chi
Part 2 (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

Tai Chi
Part 2 (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

18h30–19h30 Tai Chi
Part 3 (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

Tai Chi
Part 3 (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

18h30–19h30 Tai Chi
Ongoing (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

Tai Chi
Ongoing (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

19h45–20h45 Tai Chi
Beginners (15+)

Brossard / CCV

Tai Chi
Advanced (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

Tai Chi
Advanced (15+)

Mtl / Chinatown

19h45–20h45 Tai Chi
Part 2 (55+)

Brossard / CCV

Class descriptions

Beginners

In beginners class, students learn the basic principles and the first part of the Yang form, from movement (1) “Preparation” to movement (14) “Cross hands”, which correspond to the first part of three (3) parts of the Tai chi form.

Part 2

Part 2 is the second part of the three (3) parts of Tai Chi Yang form. At this stage students have assimilated some basic principles and how to move. They learn movement (15) “Embrace the tiger and return to mountain” to movement (45) “Cross hands”.

Part 3

In part 3 students are familiar with more than 75% of the movements and learn from (46) “Embrace the tiger and return to mountain” to movement (81) “Cross hands” to complete the Yang form.

Ongoing

In the Ongoing classes students has completed the Yang form. During the classes the group perform the whole Tai Chi set, receive advises from the instructor and review the basic principles.

Advanced

Students begin to learn advanced forms of Tai Chi such as Hao style, Fast Tai Chi, Fa Jin, sword, sabre, double stick and pushing hands.

Qi Gong

Qi Gong is an exercise that promotes health. It is practiced slowly, either static or moving. It is easy to learn by anyone who is interested. Sequences are generally short and repeated several times.

Private and group classes

Private and group classes can be organized on demand and upon availability of certified teachers. We can teach in community centers, schools, senior citizen houses, hospitals.

Private classes (1 to 5 persons):
70$ per hour. 10 $ per additional person.
The location for teaching is provided by the students.

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