Fung Loy Kok – Taoist Tai Chi® Arts
|Record #: ARR0055||Last Modified: 31 Jul 2020||Last Full Update: 31 Jul 2020|
|Located In||Annapolis Royal|
|Where To Find Us||
St.Luke's Anglican Hall
340 St.George St
Annapolis Royal, NS
|Areas Served||Annapolis County|
|Description & Services|
|Information||Fung Loy Kok – Taoist Tai Chi® Arts
Fung Loy Kok – Taoist Tai Chi® arts is a registered non-profit charitable organization. We instruct the Taoist Tai Chi® arts as a means to cultivate various aspects of health. To do this, we practice at two levels — beginners and continuing.
Beginner classes start September and February at most locations in the Valley although you are welcome to join a class at any time. On completion, a participant will have received a good introduction to the 108-move set. In some locales such as Kentville, participants can attend one or two classes a week (Tuesday evening and early afternoon Thursday).
Completing the Beginners’ program, participants join the Continuing level where they continue to learn and practice the wisdom of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts.
Taoist Tai Chi® arts originate from the teachings and practices of Taoist monks dating back 1000 years. Master Moy Lin Shin, a Taoist monk, brought Taoist Tai Chi to North America, namely Canada, in 1970. Since then this style has spread around the world to 500 locations in 27 different countries.
We have 22 locations in the Maritimes and in the Valley we offer classes in Yarmouth, Cornwallis Park, Annapolis Royal, Middleton and Kentville/New Minas.
All our instructors, administrators and Board members are volunteers.
For further information check our web site at www.taoist.org.
|Hours||Beginner Classes normally start in the fall and spring, although you are welcome to join a class at any time. Please contact us for more details.
Tuesday 10 am – 12 noon
Wednesday 7 - 9 pm.
|Tags||All abilities welcome ; Annapolis Valley Connect ; Recreation Categories ; Tai Chi|
|Categories - General||T'ai Chi Ch'uan|