News and Updates from Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Chi® Canada

Update from the International Center Florida 0

Update from the International Center Florida

The Plan The new International Center is a five acre property made up of four structures. The main building, at the Fenway, called  Building “A” will have a grand lobby, meeting … Read more…

Kentucky, USA Location Celebrates 25th Anniversary 0

Kentucky, USA Location Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The Kentucky Location celebrated their 25th anniversary on Saturday, May 16th with 68 members attending from Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan. We enjoyed a day long intensive with Sean Dennison and … Read more…

Seniors’ Week at the International Centre, May 11-15, 2015 0

Seniors’ Week at the International Centre, May 11-15, 2015

For five days, under the leadership of Verity Rolfe, we discovered our centres, learned to look far, and pressed and balanced our way through don-yus, tor-yus, snakes and several moves. … Read more…

No Hurry at Brisbane International Workshop 0

No Hurry at Brisbane International Workshop

The five-day International workshop held recently in Brisbane Queensland had the highest number of attendees so far at an Australian workshop. There were 191 participants doing Taoist Tai Chi® arts, creating an … Read more…

Edmonton Celebrates 35 Years 0

Edmonton Celebrates 35 Years

  May 1st – 3rd 2015; the 35th anniversary of Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Chi™ in Edmonton. We were honoured to have John Huang from Sarnia, Ontario lead us … Read more…

Mother’s Day Banquet on April 25, 2015 in Toronto 0

Mother’s Day Banquet on April 25, 2015 in Toronto

The Mother’s Day Banquet on April 25 in Toronto was a great success in bringing together 360 of our friends and family from all over Ontario and parts beyond. This … Read more…

Note on Anatomy and Physiology: Suppleness of Focus 0

Note on Anatomy and Physiology: Suppleness of Focus

We’ve concentrated a lot lately on the upper limbs. We’ve emphasized that, because the hands form one end of a number of continuities running through the body, their proper use … Read more…

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: Slings at the Front, Slings at the Back 0

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: Slings at the Front, Slings at the Back

For awhile now, we’ve been delineating hand to foot continuities that run throughout the body, providing strength, flexibility and a more developed sense of one’s body in space as they unfold. … Read more…

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: The Hand and The Tiger’s Mouth 0

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: The Hand and The Tiger’s Mouth

Last time, we looked at how the bones of the elbow-forearm complex are designed so that the elbow bends and the hand turns. To better understand the influence of the … Read more…

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: One Big Tendon 0

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: One Big Tendon

In an earlier article, it was mentioned that we are often asked in class to open Tiger’s Mouth, bring fingertips up, drop elbow, turn wrist or send out the hands. … Read more…

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: The Elbow-Forearm Complex 0

Notes on Anatomy and Physiology: The Elbow-Forearm Complex

In practicing our art, one of the things we discover is the steady rhythm of the body as it turns up and then down. Surprisingly, we also learn that attending … Read more…

Testimonial: Research Proves Experience with Fibromyalgia 0

Testimonial: Research Proves Experience with Fibromyalgia

As reported in the New York Times and US News & World Report, a small but significant new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine shows positive results … Read more…