Blog - Ji Hong Tai Chi B.C.

B.C. Interior Classes coming soon!

We will be adding new classes and new locations in the interior of B.C. later this year. Stay tuned for more information.

Ji Hong Taichi Downtown Vancouver

Ji Hong Taichi is now being taught downtown at the exclusive Vancouver Club!

Daytime Yang Style Classes now in Port Coquitlam

We are now offering our first daytime classes in Port Coquitlam. Starting September 23rd thru to December 16th, for our first semester. Yang style tai chi is excellent for all ages and skill levels, come and see us, try out a class.

Fall Classes Starting Now!

New Fall schedule is now complete, new classes starting in both Burnaby and Port Coquitlam, with daytime Yang style classes coming soon. Also San Shou and Push Hands classes starting soon. If you are interested in any of the classes or would like more info, send us an email or give us a call.

Summer Session Starting soon

Summer is right around the corner, that means New classes, New students, New Friends and New Location. This July we will be starting new classes in Port Coquitlam and in Burnaby. Check the upcoming schedule for classes and locations.

Ji Hong Taichi, coming to Burnaby

NNMCC Ji Hong Taichi Class (E)

Traditional Yang and Chen Style Taichi
Instructor: Master Richard Omura

Date & Time: Friday Evening (12 classes) 7:00pm-8:30pm, Starting March, 2014.

Nikkei Centre
6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby BC V5E 4M7
Tel: 604.777.7000 Fax: 604.777.7001

Fee: $80 (for NNMCC members), $90 (non-members), drop-ins welcome $10
Registration: 604.777.7000 or
• Min 4 or class will be cancelled.
• This course is appropriate for beginners and students of all ages and skill level

Description: Ji Hong Tai Chi (aka: Taiji, Tai Chi Chuan or Taijiquan) originated in ancient China.
It is both an effective martial art and healthy exercise system, deeply rooted in Chinese tradition and philosophy.
Tai Chi is practiced and enjoyed worldwide with increasing popularity, primarily for health, exercise, relaxation and self-defense.
Tai Chi’s movements provide a great mind/body connection and workout, with practitioners experiencing many benefits: stress management, improved balance, flexibility, leg strength, and strengthened respiratory and immune function, to name a few.
For more information, please visit, or call 604.365.3355.

Spring-Summer 2014 Classes Starting!

Our Spring term is about to begin, and we will be adding new classes, as well as new days for this year. Fridays will be our Yang/Chen style tai chi night at the Nikkei Place in Burnaby, Tuesdays we will have Yang/Chen style in Port Coquitlam at Minnekhada school. Please watch for our new schedule coming soon, feel free to drop in anytime, try out a class, find out which style is right for you.

New Tai Chi Classes, New Term for 2013

New Tai Chi classes starting. Sign up now!

Ji Hong Tai Chi BC is now entering into its second term and new classes are starting now. We are always looking for new students to join the Ji Hong Tai Chi Family. Feel free to come down and see what Tai Chi is all about, see the difference between both Yang and Chen style of taichi and see which one appeals to you. We would be glad to answer any questions you may have about taichi and all the benefits available to you.

For information on class schedules and fees, or to register online, view the Class Schedule.

Come check us out:

Visit us at Minnekhada school, on Tuesday evenings between 6:00-9:00pm to start learning and to get in shape, any time.

Tai Chi class, group demo

33rd CAN AM Championship Results

Ji Hong Athletes Spectacular at the 33rd Can Am International Championships

The 33rd Can Am International Championships was held from July 6th to 8th at the University of British Columbia’s War Memorial Gym. This was a huge and historic event for the Western Canadian and Western United States regions. For the first time, the 1st Canada International Wushu Festival and the 1st Canada International Health Qigong Championship were held in conjunction with the grand tournament. More than 300 athletes competed at the championships. Read More