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Mike and Barb Patriquin practice what they teach

Mike and Barb Patriquin practice what they teach

In 2001, Barbara Patriquin, had reached a point in her life where, like many others, she found her job stressful. As a healthcare worker she took part in a committee … Read more…

Taoist Tai Chi helps with “very grim” Parkinson’s challenge 0

Taoist Tai Chi helps with “very grim” Parkinson’s challenge

Simple activities like putting on a coat were becoming a challenge for Assunta Scaini as she struggled with the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease such as constant tremors, stiffness, fatigue, poor balance … Read more…

September: Month of Fall Prevention 0

September: Month of Fall Prevention

Group Health Research Institute recommends preventive steps including exercise as people age – not just any exercise, but those that can improve strength, balance and coordination. Tai chi is at … Read more…

Heads up! National Program & Autumn Moon Celebration in Calgary, sept 25-27. 0

Heads up! National Program & Autumn Moon Celebration in Calgary, sept 25-27.

   We send our warmest Invitation to all of our Tai Chi friends and family to join us as we deepen our training and gather in community as participants of Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai … Read more…

Dunedin meets Toronto 0

Dunedin meets Toronto

Earlier this summer, Dunedin Mayor Ward Bujalski and other Dunedin ambassadors met with Taoist Tai Chi Society Executive Director Andrew Hung, board President Marsha Eberhardt and various staff members at … Read more…

Dunedin leaders visit us in Toronto 0

Dunedin leaders visit us in Toronto

A group of leaders from Dunedin, the site of our new International Centre in Florida, has visited us in Toronto. Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism president Marsha Eberhardt and … Read more…

A journey of a thousand miles starts with just one weed 0

A journey of a thousand miles starts with just one weed

Thanks to everyone who came to the International Centre’s Rhythm and Vines day early june to help weed our vineyards. About 30 people turned up over the day and there … Read more…