Home


HEALTHY

IN MIND, BODY AND SOUL




Winter Term Postponed to February 7, 2022
Complimentary Practice Classes for 4 Weeks

* Forms: Qi Gong, Wu Style, Yang Style, Chen Style
* Tuesday (Jan 11 - Feb 1) 7:30 - 9:30 pm - Click Here
* Saturday (Jan 15 - Feb 5) 2:00 - 4:00 pm - Click Here

Winter Term
February 7 to April 24, 2022

* Registration for virtual and in-person classes are available.
* Register your classes online here.
* Virtual classes are unlimited.
* In-person class size is based on social gathering guidelines.
* Face masks and social distancing must be followed.
* Proof of vaccination is required for 1st day of in-person class.

Registration Ongoing
previous arrowprevious arrow
next arrownext arrow
Slider

Meet the Master


Master Bao Sen Liang is appreciated as a highly qualified instructor who is approachable, attentive to details, and seriously committed to cultivating both student interest and potential…


WINTER TERM
February 7 - April 24, 2022
Slider

Monday

  • Yang Level 3

    -

  • Yang Level 1

    -

  • Yang Advance

    -

Tuesday

  • Qi Gong Health

    -

  • Hao Level 1

    -

  • Hao Advance

    -

Wednesday

  • Wu Advance

    -

  • Yang Advance

    -

  • Chen 1st/2nd Routine Adv

    -

  • Competition Sword

    -

  • Conditioning

    -

Thursday

  • Yang Level 2

    -

  • Chen Advance

    -

Friday

  • Yang Level 2

    -

  • Qi Gong Health

    -

  • Yang Level 1

    -

Saturday

  • Chen Level 2

    -

  • Wu Advance

    -

  • Yang Advance

    -

  • Chen Advance

    -

Sunday

  • Wu Level 1

    -

Recent Blog Entries


Tai Chi for Mental Health
One Tai Chi Student’s Perspective
One Tai Chi Student’s Perspective
The modern approach to Mental Health considers three domains of the human being. These three domain views of mental health is called The Biopsychosocial Model.  It refers to the three domains of a person when we want to consider how to optimize the health of the whole person. The three domains are: BIO is for Biological; Psycho is for Psychological and Social refers to the interaction with others and the sociocultural environment.

Testimonials

​I absolutely love the school. I am always looking forward to my next class and I am ready to come here as often as possible.  I am grateful to all my teachers and everyone who helps me learn and understand, when that is what I need, for being patient and nonjudgmental, and not to mention, very knowledgeable. I love the friendly atmosphere here and feel at home.

Irina Kopylev

I’ve been practicing Tai Chi for many years under Sifu Bao Sen Liang’s wise guidance. I’ve learnt (and keep learning) that beyond the mechanical form, his teachings help me relate better with my body, with my mind and with my surroundings. I find this powerful and extremely helpful for my physical health my psychological wellbeing and my effectiveness at work.

Victor Feder Psychiatrist

I used to see a chiropractor every week for my back pain. I was told that 17 of my vertebrae were misaligned. But after practicing tai chi for 2 years, I did not need to see my chiropractor anymore. 10 years practicing tai chi now and still no need to see a chiropractor.

Bill Fok