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IN MIND, BODY AND SOUL

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FALL Term

September 25 - December 17, 2022

(Thanksgiving Holiday October 10 - school closed)

Both In-person and Virtual classes are available.
Complimentary trial classes for newcomers - 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.


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Fall Term
September 25 - December 17, 2022
Qi Gong Health practicing Five Animals and learning Da Wu

Recent Blog Entries


Tai Chi - the Martial Art
Push Hands – Chen Style – Part 1
Push Hands - Chen Style - Part 1
Among the three styles of push hands patterns that we practice, Chen style is the most intricate, and physically challenging. Not only are you in contact with your partner with your arms, you are also connecting with your legs. This means that your partner may potentially push you off-balance via the legs if your stance is not strong enough.

Testimonials

​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