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L’eau / The stream

L’eau / The stream

Avec le temps, jour après jour, l’eau creuse son lit. Avec le temps, jour après jour, la pratique quotidienne des arts Tai Chi Taoïste® polit chaque pierre de mon chemin. Over time, day after day, the stream carves out its path.  Over time, day after day, Taoist Tai Chi® practice polishes each stone on my path. ~Denis
Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

Alzheimer’s disease involves a loss of memory, and of other aspects of cognitive functioning.  Frequently, emotional well-being is also affected.  These changes are profoundly life changing both for the person with Alzheimer’s, and for their family. Worldwide, at least 44 million people are living with some form of dementia.  Regular physical activity and social interaction […]
Bol de soupe / Bowl of soup

Bol de soupe / Bowl of soup

J’associe la pratique des arts Tai Chi Taoïste® à manger un bol de soupe. Je sens que cela nourrit littéralement mon corps. J’ai aussi parfois l’impression que c’est comme partager un bon repas avec des amis. Je me sens rempli et détendu. I think of Taoist Tai Chi® practice like eating a bowl of soup. […]
Happy New Year / Une Bonne Année

Happy New Year / Une Bonne Année

Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism wishes everyone a Happy New Year! May 2022 bring peace and harmony to the world. L’ Institute de taoïsme Fung Loy Kok souhaite à tous une bonne année! Que l’année 2022 apporte la paix et l’harmonie au monde.  
Caché / Hiding

Caché / Hiding

Sortir de sa cachette. Il y a des moments où, moi aussi, je me cache derrière la brume. Les enseignements Tai Chi Taoïste®me donnent les outils nécessaires pour émerger et resplendir de nouveau. Coming out of hiding. There are times when, I too, hide behind the mist. The teachings of the Taoist Tai Chi®arts give […]
Saturday Virtual Practice

Saturday Virtual Practice

The Saturday Taoist Tai Chi® arts virtual sessions have been instrumental in deepening my understanding of the organization, his teachings, and my own personal practice. Through these sessions and my practice I have come to realize my training not only contributes to my physical well-being, but is relevant to everything in my daily life, allowing […]
Une marche à la fois / One step at a time

Une marche à la fois / One step at a time

Après une période de convalescence, j’ai été en mesure de recommencer à prendre des marches. Au bas de cet escalier, j’ai hésité… Mon conjoint m’a alors encouragée en me disant que je n’avais qu’à monter une marche à la fois. Arrivée en haut, j’ai fait le lien avec ma pratique des arts Tai Chi Taoïste®. […]
Season’s Greetings

Season’s Greetings

Wishing peace, love and joy to all, and across the world.Season’s greetings from Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism.    Paix, amour et joie à chacun, partout dans le monde. L’Institut de taoïsme Fung Loy Kok vous souhaite ses meilleurs vœux.  
Laisser tomber ses résistances / Letting go of resistance

Laisser tomber ses résistances / Letting go of resistance

Avant la pandémie, ma pratique personnelle consistait à intégrer les instructions et les corrections reçues lors des classes précédentes et à observer la nouvelle sensation. Maintenant, avec les sages conseils de nos directeurs de laisser aller, de se faire confiance, d’être constante, j’investigue d’abord mes sensations sans consigne précise. Je suis plus observatrice qu’actrice. Parfois […]
A path of balance

A path of balance

Eighteen years ago I began Taoist Tai Chi® practice with the goal of improving my physical well being. Tai chi was recommended to me as an exercise I could attempt even though I was extremely ill with a progressive liver disease and the many associated symptoms caused by a failing liver. I had no idea […]
Garder le cap / Stay on track

Garder le cap / Stay on track

Tout comme l’eau qui trace son chemin, j’avance doucement, pas à pas en allant toujours de l’avant et en progressant avec les arts Tai Chi Taoïste® qui me montrent à garder le cap face aux obstacles.   Just like water running its course, I move slowly, step by step, always going forward, progressing through my practice […]
International Day of Persons with Disabilities

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

On this International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism™ recognizes the contributions of its participants living with disabilities, participants who are integral to the fabric of our community. We invite persons of all abilities to explore the potential for growth available to everyone through practice of the Taoist arts. 
A New Body

A New Body

I am so thankful to Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism™ every day.  I had both of my hips replaced 10+ years ago and last summer I was up on the cottage roof laying down new shingles.  What I have discovered over the years is that the surgeries removed the damaged and painful surfaces, but […]
Keeping Balance at 93

Keeping Balance at 93

I am 93 years old.  Twelve years ago, I was having a difficult time dealing with the passing of my wife.  My daughter suggested I try tai chi.  She thought the exercise, and getting out and meeting new people, would help me deal with the grief. I found the Fung Loy Kok Institute of Taoism […]
Joie/Joy

Joie/Joy

L’entraînement aux arts Tai Chi Taoïste® me procure un bien-être physique et une agréable tranquillité. J’en ressens une douce et profonde joie.  Training in the Taoist Tai Chi® arts gives me physical well-being and a pleasant sense of  tranquility. I feel a deep and sweet sense of joy from my practice. ~Louise-Anne 
Lung Cancer Awareness

Lung Cancer Awareness

I was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2011. Shortly after, I had surgery to remove part of my lungs, which left me in a lot of pain. When I started practicing the Taoist Tai Chi® arts, a new life started for me. Now I feel wonderful!  ~Maria  
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