SUMMER Term (July 5 - September 26)
Classes are tentatively scheduled to start July 5, 2021. In-person classes will begin as soon as Ontario enters STEP TWO of the re-opening plan.
Class size limit of 4
During STEP TWO of the re-opening plan, class size is limited to 4 students. We kindly request that everyone please book only one in-person class per week for each course.
Tai Chi Fan
A new Tai Chi Fan class will be offered in the Summer term. If class enrolment exceeds the limit of 4 students, a second class will be offered. Please contact me if you are interested in the Fan class but unable to book a spot.
Fan can be purchased from your instructor at $12. Contact us to reserve your Fan.
The entire form will take 2 semesters to learn.
Achieve Client App
Install the WellnessLiving Achieve Client App on your smartphone or tablet.
You can book and join classes, purchase packages or watch videos from this app.
Advance Booking Required
All in-person and virtual classes must be booked in advance.
See the video tutorial on how to sign-up and book classes.
Email or call us at 905-282-0882 if you need help.
Face Covering Policy
Mandatory Use of Mask or Face Covering within JI HONG TAI CHI.
- Beginning August 11, 2020, all instructors, students and visitors are required to wear a mask or face covering upon entering and remaining within JI HONG TAI CHI & Qi GONG. The mask or face covering must cover the nose, mouth and chin.
- The following persons are exempted from the requirement to wear a mask or face covering and will not be required to provide proof of such exemption:
- Children under two years of age, or children under the age of five years either chronologically or developmentally who refuse to wear a mask or face covering and cannot be persuaded to do so by their caregiver;
- Persons with medical conditions who cannot safely wear a mask or face covering (e.g. due to breathing difficulties, cognitive difficulties, hearing or communication difficulties);
- Persons who cannot wear or remove a mask or face covering without assistance, including people who are accommodated under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) or are protected under the Ontario Human Rights Code, R.S.O. 1990, c.H. 19 as amended;
- Employees who are in an area of the premise that is not designated for public access;
- Temporary removal of the mask or face covering is permitted where necessary for the following purposes:
- Consuming food or drink;
- For any emergency or medical purpose.
- This policy will be implemented and enforced in “good faith” to primarily educate people on masks and face coverings and promote their use in enclosed public spaces.
- Persons with exemptions are not required to show proof of exemption.
- Signs about the requirement to wear masks or face coverings shall be posted at all public entrances.
- Persons entering or remaining without a mask or face covering will be given a verbal reminder of the policy’s masking requirement.
- Employees will be trained on the policy, including where and how to properly wear a mask or face covering, and how to help and respond to customers who do not have a mask or face covering.
- Ensure availability of alcohol-based hand rub at all entrances and exits for the use of all persons entering or exiting the establishment.
This policy has been created in compliance with the directive of the Medical Officer of Health under the authority of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA) Ontario Regulations 263/20 and 364/20.
School Trip to China 2021 - ON HOLD
Trip is on hold until further notice.
Places to visit:
- Zhaoqing and Dinhu Mountain – To discover a breath-taking enclave of China’s natural beauty and to immerse yourself in Chinese religious and cultural history, one can find no better place to visit than Dinghu Mountain Scenic Area. We will also visit our sister school and meet with our tai chi brothers and sisters.
- Guilin – Guilin is reputed as being one of the world’s most beautiful places with its karst landscapes, clean rivers, idyllic countryside, majestic rice terraces, and ethnic minorities.
- Zhangjiajie – There are 243 peaks and more than 3,000 pinnacles and spires in the national park. All of the mountains and peaks parodied in the movie Avatar are concentrated in this national park.
- Guangzhou – Guangzhou is one of China’s most popular cities, best known for its wholesale markets and delicious food. It’s also the birthplace of “dimsum”.
(flights not included)
|Single occupancy upgrade||+CAD380|
|The above pricing is for tour that starts in Guilin and ends in Hong Kong. If you exit the tour in Guangzhou, deduct CAD50 from the above price.|
|Estimate for 2 internal flights: CDN410|
|International flight from Toronto -> Guilin return Hong Kong -> Toronto:
Contact travel agent directly for exact pricing based on your individual preferences.
- This is a private group tour; there are no forced shopping visits. Hotels selected are 4 or 5 stars.
- Price includes 7 hotel breakfasts and 11 meals, plus one bottle of mineral water per day.
- Price includes admission to the main attractions listed in the itinerary. Does not include admissions to other optional attractions.
- Price includes English and Mandarin speaking tour guide.
- Price does not include tips. Tipping standard: USD10/person/day*8 days* number of guests.
- You are responsible for obtaining a Chinese VISA for the trip as finger-printing is required in person.
- DEADLINE for full payment is TBD.
- The quoted price applies only if you submitted your deposit by December 22, 2019.
- For enquiries, please send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.