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ABOUT

Head instructor, Jim Liang is the founding director and head instructor of Ji Hong Tai Chi Toronto. He has been learning and practicing Tai Chi with Master Hong-Yuan Luo and Jennifer Gu since 1980. With more than 30 years of practice and teaching Tai Chi, Master Jim Liang is well recognized nationally and internationally.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS

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  • 2 gold medals for Tai Chi Weapons and Chen Style Form (1992: US National Martial Arts Tournament; Orlando, Florida) 

  • 2 gold medals for Chen Style Tai Chi Sword and Yang Style Tai Chi Form (2004: 5th Invitational Wushu Tournament; Beijing, China) 

  • Gold medal for Chen Style Tai Chi (2005: 3rd International Taijiquan Exchange Competition; Jiaozuo, China) 

  • Head Judge for Tai Chi Push Hands Competition (2006: 6th Pan American Wushu Championships) 

  • Head Judge for Tai Chi Push Hands competition (2007: Canadian Tai Chi Championships) 

  • Awarded Class A Shanshou Judge Certificate by the International Wushu Federation (2010: Beijing, China) 

  • Special guest speaker at the Zoomer Show and CARP Conference (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) 

  • Featured on Global TV, Rogers TV, WOW TV

May Hao studied Tai Chi at The Ji Hong Tai Chi School since 1993 and has been a Tai Chi instructor since 2013.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS

Tai Chi Master, May
  • Level C instructor for Tai Chi 

  • Well experienced in Chen form, Yang form, Tai Chi Gong, Qi Gong and meditation

  • Gold medalist in Traditional Yang Form (2015: International Tai Chi Competition) 

  • Gold medalist in Group Chen Form (2015: International Tai Chi Competition) 

  • Gold medalist in Traditional Chen Form (2015: National Tai Chi Competition)

  • Gold medalist in IWUF Chen Form (2016: National Tai Chi Competition)  

  • Gold medalist in IWUF Chen Sword Form (2016: National Tai Chi Competition)

  • Gold medalist in IWUF Yang Form (2016: National Tai Chi Competition)

  • Competed in the 2nd World Tai Chi Championship for Team Canada (2016: Warsaw, Poland) 

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Benefits of Tai Chi / Qi Gong

Calms the mind

Improves mood

Enhances concentration

Mitigates anxiety & depression

Improves balance

Reduces stress

Improves posture

Enhances Qi - vital energy

Improves circulation

Form of self-defense

Promotes relaxation

Supports deep, restful sleep

Lowers blood pressure

Improves overall well-being

Enhances muscle strength

Suitable for everyone