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Posted by Master Dao on Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Congratulations to all the students that participated in the Shaolin Challenges in our last week of the winter term. In our Shaolin Spirit way of being, we recognized that winning and setting new records wasn't the most important thing. Being able to bring out your best to challenge yourself when you need to was really what it's all about. Below are the OVERALL records as well as the WINTER records. Names that ar... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Tuesday, April 26, 2022
Summer Term Begins Monday, May 9, 2022. This summer, we’ll continue to train and strengthen our body and mind. We will also learn how to apply ancient Shaolin Medicine wisdom in our Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Qigong classes to diagnose and improve the health of our large intestine. The large intestine is one of the vital organs of our body. If your large intestine is not doing well, you can experience many symptoms such as bloating, se... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Thursday, April 14, 2022
This year we've extended our summer camps to include children up to 16 years of age. We're pleased to announce that we will be hosting 3 weeks of kids day camp from August 15 to September 2. The week long camps are from Monday to Friday from 9am to 3:30pm. Master Dao and his team of competent and dedicated instructors will ensure an engaging, fun, and challenging time for everyone. This year we are fo... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Wednesday, March 30, 2022
The Shaolin Luohan Temple Outreach program would not be possible without the financial support of the students of STQI. Students training at our downtown Toronto school for qigong, tai chi, and kung fu, are required to pay an annual membership fee. This fee is actually and entirely, a charitable donation to Shaolin Luohan Temple. Part of this donation is assigned to this Outreach program, and the rest is used for other... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Friday, March 18, 2022
We're pleased to announce that we have officially formed a project team from members of the downtown Toronto school. This initiative, called Shaolin Luohan Temple Outreach, aims to improve the mental and physical health of the elderly, poor, and weak. We're doing this by providing free classes and workshops at institutions that support such members. This could be senior homes and community centres for example. We're in the process of getting org... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Sunday, February 06, 2022
Thank you Toronto Chinatown BIA for hosting such a wonderful celebration for Chinese New Year! Watch this video to learn more about Chinese culture and celebration of the Lunar New Year. Hear from many business owners in the Chinatown area. Master Dao appears at the 37 minute mark along with a couple of his students, Steven and Diana. You can join them and try a mini Shaolin Tai Chi class!... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Monday, January 17, 2022
You can learn authentic Shaolin Qigong and Shaolin Tai Chi from the comfort of your own home and from anywhere in the world! About Our Virtual Shaolin Qigong Classes What is Qigong? Shaolin Qigong is a type of health exercise to enhance energy awareness, cultivate energy, and circulate energy with particular attention to breathing techniques, movement, and stretching. By ta... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Monday, January 03, 2022
As just announced this morning, the Ford government has decided to revert back to a modified stage 2 and we are forced to lockdown once again. While we don't agree with this decision for our school, the hospitalization ICU rates are escalating. We have no choice but to obey the orders.  What Happens to the 2022 T1 Winter Term We plan to resume in-person classes when schools are reopened. At this time, schools are set to reopen on January ... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Tuesday, December 07, 2021
The 2022 T1 Winter Term begins on January 3 and runs until April 17 (14 weeks of classes). We have increased our student capacity and you now have the opportunity to join our classes! We also welcome back all of our students who have been taking a break during the pandemic. Herein you will find an update regarding the classes offered at our downtown school including Shaolin martial arts, qigong, and tai chi. Shaolin KIDS Kung Fu New Pre... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Sunday, October 10, 2021
We've started a ping pong club at our school! It's been a great addition to the available activities we have at our downtown Toronto school location. Also known as Table Tennis, Ping Pong is a great aerobic activity that improves cardio, focus, hand-eye coordination, and reaction. Shaolin Kung Fu compliments Ping Pong by improving stability, footwork, and power. The tables were donated by our students - thank you! On Thursdays, we have a free coaching night wher... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Friday, May 13, 2022
Kaeti MacNeil has been taking qigong at STQI since last year and it's inspired her art. ---- Kaeti's art project is named 'Carasoul' and is now on display at 49 McCaul Street until Sunday. Visiting hours are: Friday, May 13, 2022 from 12pm to 8pm Saturday, May 14, 2022 from 12pm to 5pm Sunday, May 15, 2022 from 12pm to 5pm ----An excerpt from her art project description: Carasoul: a Portrait in Nth Dimensions is an animated surrealist 4K film. The film depict... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Monday, April 18, 2022
It is very difficult to encapsulate a 1,500 year old culture in just 4 Chinese characters, but the Chinese language has a way of doing just that! Embedded in the 4 Chinese characters of our logo are the characteristics that make our Shaolin culture so unique: On the left column are the two characters: 少林 (Shàolín). In English we accept the word "Shaolin" to be the same. 少 means young. 林 means forest. So together, "Young Forest" is the name gi... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Monday, April 11, 2022
The ideas of peace and happiness are important for a fruitful life. They are both closely related to mental health and often discussed together, yet these are two different ideas. One of the key goals of Shaolin Chan is to help people achieve peace and happiness. So let’s take a look at finding peace first - what does it mean and how can ancient wisdom and its lessons help us to achieve it? What are Peace and Tranquility? When people think abou... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Wednesday, March 30, 2022
We're now accepting applications to become a beneficiary of our Shaolin Luohan Outreach program. The initiative, called Shaolin Luohan Temple Outreach, aims to improve the mental and physical health of the elderly, poor, and weak. We're doing this by providing free Shaolin Qigong, Tai Chi, and Kung Fu classes and workshops at institutions that support such members. This could be senior homes and community centres for example. Interested inst... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Monday, February 21, 2022
Master Dao will be conducting a free worldwide meditation workshop on April 11, Monday, from 7pm to 9pm EST (4pm to 6pm PST). Join us in in person at our downtown Toronto school location, or join us virtually through Zoom from anywhere in the world! Past participants have voted for the topic "How to Achieve Peace and Happiness". Peace and happiness are important for... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Tuesday, February 01, 2022
Happy Chinese New Year 新年快乐! Wishing You Health and Vitality 身体健康! The Lunar New Year is one of the most important times of the year for the Chinese people and culture. It is a time to visit family and friends, wishing each other health and prosperity. 2022 is the year of the TIGER with the element of water. If you are born in 1926, 138, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, or 2010, you may be a tiger according to the Chines... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Tuesday, January 04, 2022
It's important to stay healthy and strong, and physical exercise is a great way to keep up our mental health. So let's start training together this Saturday! We are reverting to online live streaming classes on Zoom (Virtual Classes) while we wait for the 2022 T1 Winter Term to begin. It could be 2-3 weeks or longer.    How Virtual Classes Work Starting this Saturday, January 8, we are offering optional Live Streaming Online Classes with Mas... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Sunday, January 02, 2022
Happy New Year! We are excited to begin the 2022 T1 Winter Term! Mental and physical health are both essential as we continue to navigate the challenges of the pandemic. We are determined to stay open and to continue offering classes.  Masks and vaccines work. We have shown our ability to maintain a safe environment where everyone wears a mask inside the school. If you have any cold or flu symptoms, please stay home and rest. The current self-isolation period has been reduced to 5 days... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Wednesday, November 03, 2021
Incredibly, we reached our target student base of 125 students by end of September, 4 weeks into the Fall Term. We still have room for some days and time slots but we're now requiring you to fill out an online form to request joining or returning to our school. This will ensure that our classes do not become overloaded and allows for a better quality of experience for everyone. Since reaching the target base, we've allowed ano... [more]
Posted by Master Dao on Saturday, August 07, 2021
Description from visiontv.ca website: Exercise is not just for the young, healthy or already fit; it is one of the best defences against the toughest aspects of aging. On this edition of theZoomer, Marissa Lennox hosts ONETV Fitness Stars and an expert in diet & nutrition to discuss how to get back on track and demonstrate fitness tips. Our guests: Anjelica Scannura, host of Anjelica’s 22 Minute Workout, Anjelica’s Dance ... [more]
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