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2022 T1 Winter Term starts on January 31st! COVID-19 vaccine passport required for 12+ at our facility.

Written by Master Dao on Tuesday, January 04, 2022

Interim Live Stream Zoom Classes Begin

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.   


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How Virtual Classes Work

Starting this Saturday, January 8, we are offering optional Live Streaming Online Classes with Master Dao. This includes Shaolin Kung Fu for adults and children, Shaolin Tai Chi, and Shaolin Qigong.

  There is a reduced fee of $15/class + HST. 

We've opened up the live streaming classes to any previous and current students (adults and children).  So this includes new students that have signed up and paid for tokens for the 2022 T1 Winter Term. 

Once we go back to in-person classes, we will settle the bill and send you an invoice.

Virtual Class Zoom Schedule

Login at our website and click on 'Class Schedule' then 'Weekly Calendar' to see the classes available. 

We are starting with the following classes and may add more if there is demand:

Wednesdays

Shaolin Kung Fu Foundation (Kids and Adults) at 6pm
Shaolin Kung Fu Forms (Kids and Adults) at 7pm

Saturdays

Shaolin Kung Fu Foundation (Kids and Adults) at 10am
Shaolin Kung Fu Forms (Kids and Adults) at 11am

Sundays

Shaolin Tai Chi at 1pm
Shaolin Qigong Foundation at 2pm

How to Reserve a Spot and Get the Zoom Link

Login at our website and click on 'Class Schedule' then 'Weekly Calendar' to see the classes available. 

Click on the class you want and then click on the 'Reserve' button. The Zoom Link information will then be displayed.

If for some reason the 'Reserve' button does not show up, and you are a previous or current student, please reply back to this email and let us know.


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 17, so this may mean a 2-3 week delayed start for the 2022 T1 Winter Term. 

We still plan to run a full 14 weeks of classes for the 2022 T1 Winter Term (plus a 1 week break for the March Break Camp) which means the 2022 T1 Winter Term will end sometime end of April or early May. This will help to greatly simplify our administration and accounting efforts.

If the delay is more than 3 weeks, we will reduce the number of weeks for the 2022 T2 Summer Term and adjust the token prices accordingly.

Thank You For Your Understanding and Support!

We have been able to navigate through this pandemic and all signs are pointing to a final wave.  

We appreciate all your support throughout this time and we must continue to persevere through it together.


加油! Jiāyóu!

(Keep it up!)

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