Media

Media

We warmly welcome media inquiries about our activities.

On this page are contact details for our spokespeople, downloadable photos suitable for online and print use,  press releases, videos & testimonials, and links to more information about us.

Taoist Tai Chi® arts provide a whole body, mind and spirit practice for people of all ages, bringing health, balance, flexibility, strength, and stillness.
Begun 46 years ago in Canada by Taoist monk Master Moy Lin Shin, Taoist Tai Chi® arts are now practiced by more than 40,000 people in 25 countries. Our organization is volunteer-based and a registered religious charity.

We have a proven track record in bringing health and balance to bodies, minds and spirits. The Taoist Tai Chi® practice is a sustainable solution for overall health.

Contact Head Office via e-mail or by phone: +1 416 656 2110.
134 D’Arcy Street, Toronto, Ontario, L9W 6L2, Canada.

 

Downloads

Press release International Awareness Day 2016
August 11th 2016, Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto.
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Photo Contest Presentation Wong Dai Sin Temple
August 11th 2016, 378 Steeles Avenue, Thornhill.
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Purchase of second International Center in Dunedin, Florida.
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Images

Videos

Introduction to the Taoist Tai Chi® arts: “A Moving Meditation for body, mind and spirit”.

 

Our founder Master Moy Lin Shin demonstrating the 108 moves set.
Including commentary on the health benefits & physiology.

 

Personal Stories of Health Recovery: a playlist of testimonials.

Young or old, healthy or healing, all around the world – practitioners of Taoist Tai Chi® arts experience profound and life-changing improvement in their overall well-being.

This playlist includes:

Taoist Tai Chi® arts ideal for Multiple Sclerosis

Sylvia Guite, diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1983, describes her first experience with the health recovery program and how she has regained balance and flexibility through regular practice of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts.

How the Taoist Tai Chi® arts brought new life to the survivor of a car accident

A story about how the practice of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts has brought new life to the survivor of a severe car accident, Gordon Moore. Gordon shares how he has regained mobility and improved his life  by participating in the health recovery program at the International Centre.

How Taoist Tai Chi™ arts improved eyesight and flexibility of a fused spine.

When advised to practice Tai Chi by her neurologist, Nikki’s first thought was: “Tai Chi: Slow moving old people. not for me”. Nikki shares how the practice of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts have helped with limited eyesight and a fused spine.

Regaining youth and health by practicing the Taoist Tai Chi® arts: A long term solution.

A personal story on how the practice of the Taoist Tai Chi® arts has helped with general fatigue and pain. Margret (28) shares how she has regained her youth and health and sees the practice of the Taoist arts as a long term solution.

 

Motions of the Tao, a documentary film about one of the oldest faith traditions: Taoism.

Social media

International Blog
International Facebook Page

Press coverage

Taoist Tai Chi Society celebrates 25 years in Toowoomba

Tauranga Taoist Tai Chi members are celebrating 25 years of the traditional exercise in New Zealand

Chinese martial art tai chi helps locals battle pain

City Living: Finding tranquility the tai chi way

Taoist Tai Chi offers a variety of health benefits to Brandon members

Fenway Hotel bought by Tai Chi nonprofit for $2.8 million

TAI CHI. A Perfect Exercise For Mind And Body

Stillness of the body is not necessary for meditation, New Glasgow participants of Taoist Tai Chi are proving.

Tai chi benefits those who practise

A Path to Stillness, Clarity and Wisdom

Hundreds gather for Tai Chi

Tai Chi a unique way to keep healthy – in body and mind

Mind, body and soul

Tai chi for better balance and less stress

Improve your health with Taoist Tai Chi

Tai chi instructor says movements eased her pain, asthma

Taoist Tai Chi Centre opens with a splash of colour