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Taoist Tai Chi ® arts in Red Deer
(includes Innisfail, Lacombe, Rimbey, and Sylvan Lake)

We began offering Tai Chi classes in Red Deer in late 1985. We became a Branch in July 2000 and had our Branch Grand Opening in January 2001.

We host a number of half and full day local and regional workshops in our branch and had the privilege of hosting a National Workshop in May 2017. About 90 people from Western Region attended including 30 first time National Program participants.

We hold a number of social and fund raising events throughout the year and perform demonstrations of our art throughout the communities we serve.

Our participants regularly attend Workshops in Edmonton, Calgary and other branches as well as the Quiet Cultivation Center in Orangeville Ont. in order to maintain a high standard of instruction.

Questions? Contact Us

or call Toll-free: 1 888 TAI CHI1 (1-888-824-2441)
or phone (403) 346-6772.

Tai Chi Classes

We have Beginner Classes that start in September, January, April or May and regular Continuing Classes, both daytime and evening, that run year round.

A Health Recovery Class is offered for people with disabilities, recovering from injuries or chemotherapy, or suffering from conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's.

See Class Schedules for details on all our classes.

If you are new to Tai Chi, please visit the FAQ Web page for more information about the class types and what to expect.

Class Locations

Red Deer (map),
#100, 4419 – 50th Avenue (Next to downtown ScotiaBank, across from Safeway)

Innisfail (map),
Innisfail United Church, 4720 – 48 Ave.

Lacombe (map),
St. Cyprians Anglican Church, corner of 50th and C&E Trail

Rimbey (map),
Seniors Drop In Center, 5110–53 Ave.

Sylvan Lake (map),
Memorial Presbyterian Church, 5020–48 Street

Red Deer National Program, May 2017 Enlarge

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