Tai Chi, QiGong, Sword & Push Hands
Class Locations
                Monday & Friday Class Location:
             Burlington East Presbytarian Church

                       Saturday Class Location:
                 Brant Hills Presbytarian Church
Regular Tai Chi & QiGong Programs:

    Traditional Yang Tai Chi 85 Form 傳統楊式太極八十五式
    5 Elements Health QiGong 五行健康氣功
    67 Traditional Yang Tai Chi Sword Set - 67式楊式太極劍
    Tai Chi Push Hands  太極推手

Other Tai Chi programs (specially arranged schedules):

    28 Yang Tai chi Demonstration Form - 28 楊式大極套路
    19 Traditional Yang Tai chi Demo Form - 19 楊式大極套路
    13 Yang Style Tai chi Short Form - 13 楊式大極套路
    24 Simplified Yang Tai Chi Form - 24 楊簡化式大極
    16 Yang Tai chi Demonstration Form - 16 楊式短套大極
    13 Poetic Postures Broad Sword Set - 13 楊式太極刀
    36 Yang Tai Chi Sword Demo set - 36 楊式短套路太極劍

QiGong Health Exercises:

    Wu Xing QiGong 5 Elements  五行氣功
    Baduanjin Qigong  八段錦氣功
    Yi Jin Jing QiGong  易筋經
    Wu Qin Xi QiGong  五禽戏氣功
    Liuzijue Qigong (Six Healing Sounds) 六字訣氣功
    Meditation & Relaxation QiGong  靜功

For details of Tai Chi forms, please go to TAI CHI FORMS
For details of QiGONG forms, please go to QiGONG
Tai Chi & QiGong 太極及氣功

Traditional Yang Tai Chi

Yang Tai Chi or Yang Tai Chi Chuan is the most widely practiced Tai Chi style worldwide today. Many Tai Chi masters, Sifus and practitioners have contributed to promote this life-time treasure.

Yang Tai Chi is highly regarded for its graceful, slow, even, and circular movements, which have great benefits for health, both externally and internally.

Our Yang Tai Chi Style form followed the lineage of Yang Tai Chi founder Master Yang Luchan to Master Yang Chengfu and onto Master Fu's family.

Our Tai Chi classes practice the Authentic Traditional Tai Chi Long Form which is composed of 85 movements. in addition to Yang Tai Chi, our classes also teach QiGong and Tai Chi warm-up exercises including standing post, relaxation, balancing, ascending, descending, opening, closing and breathing moves.

QiGong or Chi Kung or  Chi Gung 氣功

The origin of this ancient Chinese exercise "QiGong" could be traced as far back as 4000 year ago. Wikepedia defines QiGong "a practice of aligning body, breath, and mind for health, meditation, and martial arts training. With roots in Chinese medicine, philosophy, and martial arts, qigong is traditionally viewed as a practice to cultivate and balance qi (chi) or what has been translated as "life energy".

Practicing and mastering QiGong enable a practitioner to reach a higher realms of awareness, discover the inner true nature of human potential.

QiGong can be grouped into Quiet QiGong 静功 and Movement QiGong 動功. Quiet QiGong involves mediation, relexation, breathing, concentration and power of mind to direct internal Energy "Qi" througout merdiian paths inside a person's body. Movement QiGong in various forms and disciplines also involves all the above with additional co-ordination of slow flowing movements, deep rhythmic breathing and colaboration of mind.

Qigong is now practiced throughout China and worldwide for recreation, exercise and relaxation, preventive medicine and self-healing, complementary and alternative medicine, meditation and self-cultivation, and training for martial arts

For more information about Tai Chi & QiGong, please visit our HISTORY page.
Health Benefits for Tai Chi & QiGong

Both Tai Chi & QiGong are suitable for all ages, from minors to seniors, who enjoy slow pace physical movement, even regular breathing and mind relaxation.

Tai chi is also a form of art expression in its beautiful slow movements. Some view Tai Chi as a beautiful and graceful Oriental dance, while some see it as a defense martial art form, while still others see Tai Chi as health therapy. Tai Chi has also been recognized as one of the best exercises for body balance. Tai Chi also offers an excellent venue for social activities.

QiGong is generally categorized into several practice forms - "Health exercise QiGong, Meditative QiGong and Healing QiGong". Our QiGong classes practice health exercise QiGong in traditional form sets which are dated back 4000 years ago. A true BODY, MIND, SPIRIT experience offering great benefits to body health through consistent, dedicated and persevere practice over lifetime.

It is generally believed that practicing both Tai Chi and Qigong together at the same time is most benefitial for health and martial arts training.
Sample Event Highlights

Visit GALLERY for Photo Albums of various events

Tai Chi & QiGong Classes Events
Graduation Group & Celebratory Lunch Sample Pictures

   LEUNG's TaiChi members graduating at various class sessions

   Tai Chi & QiGong Members and families enjoying and celebrating
      lunch at completion of various Tai Chi/QiGong sessions

   LEUNG's Tai Chi members and public attending SUMMER
      Tai Chi & QiGong practice at the park during summer season

   LEUNG's Tai Chi members attended 2014 Canadian Kung Fu

   LEUNG's Tai Chi members attended and performing Tai Chi & QiGong
      demo in various events including HRCCA CNY Gala, Summer Picnics &
      joint danceSCAPE & Burlington City Hall Fit-in-the-Core events

   Other social activities including PLANT EXCHANGE PROGRAM among
      LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi members during Spring Session and others...

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Members Activities 會員活動

    PLANTS EXCHANGE Program in Spring Sessions:
       LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi & QiGong members exchange
       plants brought from own gardens with others.
    LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi supports FOOD & CLOTHING
       DRIVE. Members donate clothes to help local
       community and needy families.
    LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi members organize potluck events
       Great hospitality, fun and social gathering time.
    LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi is a HRCCA community partner.
       Our Tai Chi & QiGong members participate various
       charitable fund-raising events and family activities
       hosted by HRCCA in support of cultural promotions.
    LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi organizes celebratory lunch
       gathering at the end of every Tai Chi & QiGong
       sessions. Members bring families & friends to join this
       family gatherings.

News Flash 快訊

    Starting February 2019, Tuesday evening classes
       are cancelled. Beginners classes are now available on
       Monday & Saturday mornings only

    Pay one fee for all 3 Mon, Fri & Sat Tai Chi and QiGong
       classes of each session. Sword & Push Hands classes
       are additional. (visit CLASS & FEES)

    Tai Chi shirts with LEUNG's Tai Chi logo are available
       for order by members

Common Misconception about Tai Chi

Q: Is Tai Chi for aged adults only?
A: Tai Chi is suitable for all ages. Tai Chi is an internal
     martial art form therefore like all other exercise forms,
     it is beneficial to start early in age. However, unlike
     many other martial arts or exercise forms, Tai Chi allows
      people to learn & practice over life time from young to
     old age. It is also generally recognized for its health
     benefits, and by many a life-time treasure.

Outdoor Activities

Summer Practice at the Park

LEUNG's Yang Tai Chi members & public joining our Summer Practice at both Nelson & Central parks from mid-June to end of August.
Find out our TAI CHI & QIGONG Summer Practice at the Park, please
- Click HERE


Tai Chi & QiGong
Lessons & Classes (Beginners, Level 1)
 太極及氣功 - (初級 , 進修班)

2021 Spring Session all indoor classes have been cancelled due to COVID-19

2021 Outdoor Free Park Practice
starting Jun 15th

2021 Fall Session starting Sep pending confirmation


---------Indoor Morning classes---------
Mon, Sat Beginners & Fri Level 1
---早上班---(星期一,六 初级 及 星期五 進修 )

  Attend Beginners or Level 1 classes or both
  Learn authentic Traditional Yang Style Tai Chi form
  Learn & practice QiGong health exercises
  Each class includes both Tai Chi & QiGong
  Attend either Tai Chi or QiGong or both for one fee

We invite you to attend ONE FREE TRIAL CLASS
before signing up


2021 SPRING SESSION (Feb -Jun 2021)
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starts on Feb 1, 2021
ends on Jun 5 2021

2021 FREE Practice at the park
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(starts Jun 15th, ends last week of Aug
may go beyond if indoor class closure continues)

2021-22 FALL SESSION (Sep -Jan 2022)
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starts on Sep 6, 2021
ends on Jan 8, 2022
(pending confirmation)


Tai Chi & QiGong classes on Mon, Fri & Sat mornings
& Tai Chi Sword Classes on Mon morning
& Tai Chi Push Hands on Fri & Sat mornings

Regular Classes Sign-up & Register
You may sign up on the first day of your class.
Please arrive 15 minutes before class for registration & payment.

Alternatively, you may register early by emailing your First & Last Name, email address & phone number to secure spot for your class. You will need to complete the R&W Form and payment when you attend your first class. Please click HERE for our email address.

For registration & payment details, please go to CONDITIONS on CLASSES & FEES page

For any question &/or further assistance, please email or call us. Click HERE for contact information.

Download Registration & Waiver Form
To save time at registration, please bring a completed copy of Registration & Waiver Form (R&W Form) to your first class.
To download the
R&W Form, please click HERE

FREE DROP-IN Tai Chi & QiGong Lesson
Please drop in for ONE FREE LESSON at any one of our regular classes (Beginners & Level 1 Tai Chi & QiGong Classes)

All Tai Chi, QiGong, Sword & Push Hands classes are subject to weather conditions & may be cancelled due to winter storm & hazardous road conditions

For class times & details, please go to CLASSES & FEES
For class location & direction, please go to CONTACT US

Class Schedules & Fees are subject to change
Welcome Tai Chi & QiGong students and practitioners from
Burlington, Oakville, Waterdown, Milton, Hamilton, Ancaster, Dundas,
Stoney Creek, Mississauga, Halton Region, GTA & surrounding areas