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Our Instructors, Tai Chi Mississauga – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

My passion for teaching developed only after Master Liang Bao Sen gave me the opportunity to teach in 2004 at the Richmond Hill school. Teaching tai chi brought a different level of understanding and knowledge that I otherwise would not have gained. I learn as much from my students as they learn from me. My greatest joy is watching a student finally understand a concept both in mind and body.

Relieve Back Pain with Hot Yoga – Hot Yoga TNT

Back pain has become an epidemic in Western society. Four out of five Canadian adults will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Myalgia—muscle pain—in the back is sometimes caused by injury. More frequently it is a consequence of the modern, post-war urban lifestyle. The human body wasn’t meant to sit stationary for lengthy durations. Yet, the modern Western lifestyle requires us to remain seated in classrooms and offices for extended periods.

Make Room in Your Garage to Embrace Our Growing Bicycling Culture — Nuvo Garage

Recreational and utilitarian bicycling is experiencing a resurgence in cities across North America, including Toronto. The growing interest in cycling has prompted events like Bike Month—a month-long celebration of cycling in Greater Toronto and Hamilton that kicked off on May 30th. Cities worldwide are being forced to re-examine their infrastructure and prompting Toronto to develop a 10-year plan to expand its cycling network.

Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga – Pricing – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

For those who are enthusiastic about learning the martial arts form of Tai Chi, we provide comprehensive martial arts training both in form and biomechanics, such as the unique push/pull or yin/yang flow of energy movement used in Tai Chi as a form of martial arts. These techniques could prove invaluable when applied to our everyday personal well-being – from preventing lower back and other injuries, to knowing how to use our bodies for improved strength, endurance and flexibility.

The 5 Family Styles of Tai Chi – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

There are five main family styles of tai chi chuan: Chen, Yang, Wu, Sun and Hao. All five styles have the same origin and share many similarities. However, each style has its own unique characteristics and emphasizes a particular aspect of movement. Whether you are brand new to tai chi or a current practitioner of one of the five styles, it is useful to learn a little about what makes each style distinctive. To that end, let’s explore the five family styles of tai chi.