tai chi &
The gateway to balance and harmony
Health and fitness exercises, such as Tai Chi, have been practiced in China for thousands of years. Tai Chi itself was originally developed as a martial art, Tai Chi combines mental concentration with soft flowing body movements. Today, Tai Chi is appreciated by millions for its therapeutic effects, balancing the body as well as the mind. As a relaxation exercise or as a method of self-defense, Tai Chi is suitable for all ages, body types and fitness levels.
The Life Vitality Tai Chi Program, based on scientific theory and research and on innovative, systematic training, has shown itself to be especially effective in developing Tai Chi skills and knowledge so individuals can achieve their personal health and rehabilitation purpose.
meet the instructors
Head Instructor, Jim Liang began his teaching journey for Tai Chi in 1991 in Toronto. With more than 30 years of practice and teaching Tai Chi, Master Jim Liang is well recognized nationally and internationally.
May Hao studied Tai Chi since 1993 and has been a Tai Chi instructor since 2013.
2 gold medals for Tai Chi Weapons and Chen Style Form (1992: US National Martial Arts Tournament; Orlando, Florida)
2 gold medals for Chen Style Tai Chi Sword and Yang Style Tai Chi Form (2004: 5th Invitational Wushu Tournament; Beijing, China)
Gold medal for Chen Style Tai Chi (2005: 3rd International Taijiquan Exchange Competition; Jiaozuo, China)
Head Judge for Tai Chi Push Hands Competition (2006: 6th Pan American Wushu Championships)
Head Judge for Tai Chi Push Hands competition (2007: Canadian Tai Chi Championships)
Awarded Class A Shanshou Judge Certificate by the International Wushu Federation (2010: Beijing, China)
Special guest speaker at the Zoomer Show and CARP Conference (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)
Featured on Global TV, Rogers TV, WOW TV
Well experienced in Chen form, Yang form, Tai Chi Gong, Qi Gong and meditation
Gold medalist in Traditional Yang Form (2015: International Tai Chi Competition)
Gold medalist in Group Chen Form (2015: International Tai Chi Competition)
Gold medalist in Traditional Chen Form (2015: National Tai Chi Competition)
Gold medalist in IWUF Chen Form (2016: National Tai Chi Competition)
Gold medalist in IWUF Chen Sword Form (2016: National Tai Chi Competition)
Gold medalist in IWUF Yang Form (2016: National Tai Chi Competition)
Competed in the 2nd World Tai Chi Championship for Team Canada (2016: Warsaw, Poland)
BENEFITS OF TAI CHI & QI GONG
Calms the mind
Mitigates anxiety & depression
Enhances Qi --- vital energy
Form of self-defense
Supports deep, restful sleep
Lowers blood pressure
Improves overall well-being
Enhances muscle strength
Suitable for everyone