How to Get Started?

How to Get Started?

Welcome to Ji Hong Tai Chi & Qi Gong

We offer two complimentary classes for all new clients. Get started by booking one each of the following classes to try: Tai Chi Basics and Qi Gong.


Create an account by clicking HERE.

When prompted to sign the waiver, left click and hold your mouse in the signature box to sign.
If you need help creating an account, just send us an email ( with your FIRSTNAME, LASTNAME, EMAIL and PHONE NUMBER.


Look at the schedule below, find the date and class you want to book, click on the class then click on the Book Now! button.


If you would like to enroll for more classes after the trial, proceed to book the classes and pay online by selecting the desired package, OR, pay on-site; we accept Visa, MasterCard, Debit, Cash or Cheque.

Virtual Classes

If you need instructions on how to join a virtual class, you can download the instructions here: How to book and join a virtual class.
Feel free to contact us by phone or email if you need help.

What to Wear?

Come to class dressed in comfortable clothing, you want to be able to move freely without restrictions. There are some moves that will require squatting down slightly with your feet at least shoulder width apart.

Please bring a pair of indoor shoes to change into when you arrive at the studio. We try to keep our facilities clean and outdoor shoes are not permitted inside the studio. You should wear shoes with no heels and shoes with thin flexible soles are recommended. Alternatively, you can simply wear socks or go barefeet. If you are not sure what kind of shoes are best, ask your instructor and you can also purchase appropriate tai chi shoes at the studio.

What to Expect in Class?

Beginner classes are taught by our certified instructors. Your instructor will continuously assess your ability to perform the various movements and adjust accordingly. If you have any limitations, injuries or medical conditions that you would like the instructor to know, please do share this information with the instructor either in class or ask to speak to the instructor in private.