Taoist Tai Chi® arts
Promoting Vitality and Well -Being & Reducing Costs to Public Health Care Services
The Taoist arts are a gentle practice that can be done by anyone. Data collected in national & international surveys of over 18, 0000 participants showed how practice can improve individual health resulting in a reduced cost to our health care system.
- fewer doctor & allied health professional visits, less medication, less pain, cancelled surgeries (hip, knee, wrist, back)
- more than 50% reported improved mood and increased energy
- 96% reported improvement in balance
- 81% reported health improvements within one year of practice
Our Aims & Objectives
To Alleviate Suffering
Our mission is to alleviate suffering through the practice of the Taoist training that Master Moy Lin Shin transmitted to us.
To Make the Taoist Arts Available to All
We are dedicated to bringing the Taoist arts to every community, so that its many benefits are available to all who wish to experience them.
To Promote the Taoist Concept of Health through the Practice of the Taoist arts
Practiced diligently, the Taoist arts cultivate good health as understood by Taoism. Our efforts are directed at making these benefits better known and understood, in order to promote physical, mental and spiritual well being in the community.
To Promote Cultural Exchange
Through the Taoist arts and other activities, we endeavor to make the richness of Chinese culture more accessible, and thereby promote greater understanding and respect among people.
To Help Others
The foundation of the Taoist arts is compassion. Our underlying charitable orientation is in keeping with the Taoist values of selflessness and service to others. Our inspiration is the example set by our founder, Master Moy Lin Shin, who dedicated his life to helping others without seeking personal gain. For this reason, all of our instructors are volunteers, and all of our branches
operate on a non-profit basis. We also perform other services within the community, and assist other charities whenever possible.
Start Classes Anytime
You are welcome to join classes in progress. The following schedules are subject to change.
ONLINE SCHEDULE [Click Here]
Q.C. Community Hall
250.559.8252 or 250.631.9160
Mon 12 noon – 1 pm
Wed 7 – 8:30 pm
Sat 8:30 – 9 am Chanting (April-Sept)
Sat 9 – 11 am (April-Sept)
Sat 9:30 – 10 am Chanting (Oct-March)
Sat 10 – 12 noon (Oct-March)
Tlell – Firehall
Tues 10 – 12 noon
Thu 10 – 10:30 am Chanting
Thu 10:30 – 12 noon
Sandspit – Airport
Thu 7 – 8:30 pm
Pacific Region Contributions
1 Month – $50
4 Months – $175
12 Months – $475
1 Month – $40
4 Months – $135
12 Months – $375
Adult First Month – $70
4 Month Beginning Package – $175
Student/Senior First Month – $60
4 Month Beginning Package – $135
Student: age 18 & under, 18+ with student card
Senior: age 65+
Please pay your contributions at the beginning of the month they are due. 4 and 12 month discounts apply only to contributions paid in advance, not to those owing. If you do not pay dues for more than 12 months you will be required to pay the ‘First Month’ again when you return. People experiencing financial hardship due to disability or other reasons may apply to the Branch Council for a reduction in contributions. As a participant in good standing you are welcome to attend as many classes as you wish at any of our locations in British Columbia or around the world.
Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism is a volunteer, not for profit registered charity. We are a global volunteer organization active in 25 countries.
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