Originally in China it was taught as a martial art and it’s been more recently introduced in North America as a system of exercises for improved health, mobility, flexibility, balance and relaxation.
“Great place to learn Tai Chi, very friendly teacher, calm, patient. We learn more than movements, we learn to soothe our spirit, humility, patience, respect and much more.”Claudette CantinGoogle Review
“Lovely staff, accommodating times. Classes are well taught and fun. Very calm and relaxing atmosphere.”Brian TurkingtonGoogle Review
“Very Friendly Staff, love the instruction...no pressure! LOVE IT!!!”Catherine HudsonGoogle Review
“Great place to learn Tai Chi”Antoine TohmeGoogle Review
Why learn with us?
Teacher with 40 years of experience and 30 time gold medalist internationally. Disciple of Grand Master Yang Jun, lineage holder of the Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan style.
Activates over 720 moving and stabilizing muscles important for balance and mobility helping prevent falls among seniors. Improved concentration and coordination.
Provides an immediate relaxation effect and gradually becomes a “meditation in motion.” Great source of stress reduction, calmness, clarity and peace of mind.
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Tai Chi Scientific Studies
Research done at Harvard University and Mayo Clinic (top scientific centers in the US) has shown that Tai Chi can reduce stress and anxiety while improving balance and flexibility. It can also improve motor control in Parkinson’s Disease and help people with arthritis, cancer, heart disease, hypertension and stroke. Lastly many of our students have shown great improvement in the following areas:
Increased mobility and balance in spite of arthritis and age
Reduction or elimination of back pain and problems
Up to 70% reduction in pain for students with Fibromyalgia
Improved sleep and reduced problems related to insomnia
The Tai Chi Chuan style that we teach is known as the traditional Yang family-style. Along with it’s many variations it’s currently the most popular and widely practised style in the world today. It’s also the second oldest style among the main five family styles.
The classes we provide are without any changes or additions to the forms and style. We teach in the pure and pristine fashion as it was taught in China by the Yang Family for generations because the teaching method is important to prevent injuries and to draw the maximum therapeutic benefits.
Sergio Arione is the head instructor at Tai Chi Montreal and has been practicing Tai Chi for more than 40 years, winning gold 30 times in international events.
He is a disciple of Grand Master Yang Jun, lineage holder of the Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan and 6th generation direct descendant from the legendary founder of the Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan, Grand Master Yang Lu Chan. He has been teaching in Montreal and abroad for more than a third of a century and his passion for the art and to help people inspired him to teach more than 38,000 hours of Tai Chi classes.
Who can practice Tai Chi?
Everybody can learn Tai Chi regardless of his or her age and physical abilities. Every student learns to practice within his or her natural range of motion and ability. Our online classes are made for beginners and we make sure everyone can follow along. Classes are only for Quebec residents.
How do online tai chi classes work?
Classes will be given online through the videoconference application called Zoom. All course material and communications will be done at a distance. Students can use either a laptop, mobile phone or tablet to attend the virtual class. You can learn more about Zoom here.
The pricing for online tai chi classes is as follows:
$190 for a period of 3 months (classes are twice per week)
$140 for seniors 65+
$30 one time administration fee
When do classes take place?
Beginner online tai chi classes are available on Wednesdays from 9:00AM to 10:00AM or Wednesdays from 8:30PM to 9:30PM, Mondays from 11:00AM to 12:00PM or Thursdays from 7:00PM to 8:00PM. We have many other classes every week, so if these do not work for your schedule contact us to discuss availability.