Holiday Practice
Holiday QI GONG Practice

Wednesday 6:30 PM - Virtual Only

Jan 5, Jan 12, Jan 19, Jan 26

New term
Winter Term - Postponed

February 6 to April 30, 2022.
Beginners are welcomed to join anytime. Complimentary trial classes - Tai Chi Basics and Qi Gong Health.

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Meet the Owners

We love to teach and share our passion for tai chi, qi gong and push hands.

Gain tremendous health benefits while learning an ancient Chinese practice to achieve balance of body, mind & spirit.

Winter Term

February 6 - April 30, 2022

QI GONG HEALTH practicing Ma Wang Dui and learning Six Healing Sounds

Recent Blog Entries

Tai Chi - the Martial Art
Push Hands – Yang Style – Part 2
Push Hands - Yang Style - Part 2
The same basic principles that you apply to the single hand push pattern should also be applied to the double hands push pattern. The significance of these principles is more pronounced as the external interferences have now doubled. With all four limbs committed to the movement, it is much easier to make mistakes like losing your balance, breaking your arm bows or forgetting to relax and sink.


​I enjoyed all of my classes at Ji Hong with the masterful instructors. I felt welcomed and included In their community of resilient learners, young and not-so-young. The exercises are fun and challenging. I know my general fitness and concentration improved as a result of my time at Ji Hong.

Patti Walker

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