Taoist Tai Chi™
For Health and Well-Being

Since ancient times, Taoists have been renowned for the cultivation of health and harmony in both body and spirit. To make the benefits of this tradition available to people everywhere, Master Moy Lin-shin, a Taoist monk, founded the International Taoist Tai Chi Society in 1970. Since then, participants in 27 countries have found Taoist Tai Chi™ arts to be profoundly effective for people of all ages and abilities. We invite you to experience one of our classes for yourself and discover a genuine path to health and well-being.

The Western Region website includes information for Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories. If you are interested in other regions there are links on our International website. As well, you will find more background about the health benefits of Taoist Tai Chi™ arts and about our founder, Master Moy Lin-shin.

Questions? Contact Us

or call Toll-free: 1 888 TAI CHI1 (1-888-824-2441)

Taoist Tai Chi™ Classes
Across Western Canada

Select location to view class schedule and contact information.


Airdrie, Calgary, Camrose, Canmore, Edmonton, Fairview, Fort Saskatchewan, Grande Prairie, High River, Leduc, Lloydminster, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, St. Albert, Sherwood Park, Wetaskiwin, Whitecourt


Maple Creek, Moose Jaw, Regina, Saskatoon

Northwest Territories




Storytelling has been a powerful way to transmit both a sense of our history as well as a deeper understanding of the Taoist Tai Chi™ arts in our organization. In keeping with this tradition, we published a booklet primarily composed of stories; the International Centre as viewed through the eyes of people who have had a hand, big or small, in bringing Master Moy Lin Shin's vision for a Centre for Cultivation to fruition. Some stories reflect a long-time connection to the organization, while others demonstrate the excitement and freshness of a newer connection. As we have always worked together to accomplish our goals, these stories work together to reflect back the spirit of this remarkable place as it turns 30.


Regional & Selected National Events

National   Regional

Red Deer, Regional Tai Chi Intensive & Lok Hup Practice

Nov 22


Regional Intensive: Open to all current participants. Saturday, Nov 22nd, 1 ‐ 4 pm. Lok Hup Practice: Saturday 4 ‐ 5 pm “for participants who have completed a Lok Hup program previously.” Dinner: optional after Lok Hup practice. Poster
Location: #100, 4419 50 Ave. Red Deer
From: Saturday, 22 Nov 2014 at 1:00 pm
Further details: reddeer(at)taoist.org

Saskatoon, Saskatoon Regional Seminar

Nov 23


Regional Intensive open to all participants followed by a Lok Hup practice for those who have taken Lok Hup. Registration begins at 9:30 am.
Location: 1705 McKercher Drive (Auditorium at CNIB)
From: Sunday, 23 Nov 2014 at 10:00 am
To: Sunday, 23 Nov 2014 Ending: 4:00 pm