STQI Mississauga East Extension School of Downtown Toronto
1331 Crestlawn Drive, Unit C
Mississauga, ON L4W 1P8
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Paul MacLean, Jiao Lian: Head Shaolin Instructor at the Mississauga East Extension school

Welcome to the Mississauga East Extension School! We’re part of the STQI Toronto family of schools which is part of a bigger family of STQI schools across Canada!

We’re located at Eglington Avenue and Dixie Road. Our full address and contact info:

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1331 Crestlawn Drive, Unit C
Mississauga, ON L4W 1P8

Latest News and Blogs

Mississauga East Open House!

We’re having an open house on Saturday, May 4 and offering free classes to the public from 2pm to 4pm. No experience is necessary. At 2pm we have children’s Shaolin Kung Fu class and at 3pm we have adult Shaolin Kung Fu class. Come on over to try a class, meet the instructor, and learn more about traditional Shaolin martial arts and how it can benefit your health! Click here to register for the open house: We are looking forward to having more students join our school and everyone is welcome! We have currently offer children’s and adult Shaolin... Read More »

A video recap of the 2019 winter term at our Mississauga East location

The inaugural winter term of the STQI Mississauga Extension school was a great SUCCESS as it came to a close today. We just started classes in January and opened our doors to the next generation of Shaolin Warriors. Throughout the semester we’ve been learning about focus, respect. We’ve learned about persevering when training gets tough while striving and having the confidence to hold keep your chin up the process. In just a few months the kids have learned fast and progressed quickly under the guidance of Instructor Paul. Here’s a short video recap with the kids! We are looking... Read More »

Mississauga East Students Demonstrating Perseverance

When the going gets tough the tough get going. Isn’t that what they say? @Stqi Mississauga we understand that life can punch you hard when you least expect it. We acknowledge that life isn’t lollipops and gumdrops! How do we equip ourselves with the skills necessary to overcome life’s energy draining moments? We throw ourselves into an uncomfortable environment and we persevere through practice in order to overcome that discomfort. It’s how we learn to endure mentally and physically. In the above photo, our students are building the muscles and the mentality to overcome the impossible in future endeavours... Read More »

STQI Mississauga Open House on Saturday, December 8!

Free classes this Saturday! The Open House will be held December 8 from 3pm to 5pm at 1331 Crestlawn Drive, Unit B (Dixie & Eglington). Here’s the schedule: Shaolin Kids Kung Fu Introduction – 3pm to 4pm Adult Shaolin Kung Fu Level 1 – 4pm to 5pm All are welcome – no experience necessary! Read More »

Wudang Classes Continue Outdoor

Our Wudang classes have continued during the latest lockdown. We have been holding safe, socially distanced outdoor classes at Christie Pits as a fairly central location for our students. We wear masks and social distance, which allows us to... Read More »

Support our Petition to Allow Us to Wear Masks for Indoor Physical Activities During COVID-19 and Other Pandemics!

SIGN THE PETITION Click the link below to go to our online petition. When we have the numbers, we will be able to lobby the government to make the change. THE MAIN PROBLEM We all suffer when we... Read More »

We Guarantee Classes Even Through COVID-19 Lockdowns!

It’s a confusing time. There are so many rules and restrictions during COVID-19. We feel it is really important to ensure students can continue to train even during lockdowns. That’s why we’re providing Virtual Classes as a back up... Read More »

How We Manage COVID Well at Our Summer Camp

Last week we finally reopened our school as Toronto was given the green light for Stage 3. Our Fall Term will begin week of September 7, 2020. In the meantime, we decided to run 5 weeks of summer camp... Read More »

Summer Camp for Kids Registration Now Open!

We’re pleased to announce that our registration for kids camps are now open! This summer we are offering 5 weeks of kids camps from August 3 to September 4. There may be COVID restrictions imposed by the government such... Read More »

New Online Training System at!

Learn Kung Fu, Qigong, and Meditation Online We’ve been working very hard since the beginning of March to put together a fun and progressive system for learning the Shaolin arts of kung fu, qigong, and meditation! For more information:... Read More »

Erhu Chinese Instrument Classes Now Offered at the Downtown Toronto School

Above: We ran a free erhu workshop last Saturday and here’s quick YouTube video to help you appreciate this awesome instrument and meet our teachers! We are pleased to announce that erhu Chinese instrument music classes will now be... Read More »

Introducing Our Erhu Teachers at Next Saturday’s Free Chinese Music Concert and Workshop

On Saturday, February 8, 2020 at 6pm we will have a free Erhu concert and workshop. We want to promote the Erhu Chinese music instrument and generate awareness of er hu classes starting at our downtown Toronto STQI school... Read More »

Kids Day Care at STQI in Response to the Teacher Strike

We’ve been asked by a few parents to consider offering a temporary day care during the strike days. If there is enough interest, we will announce the days that we can make the school available with adult supervision and... Read More »

Why Qigong May be the Ultimate Health and Wellness Benefit for Employees

Is your work stressful or fast-paced? Many people spend 8-10 hours working and sitting at the office all day and feel overworked. This is not good for anyone as health and productivity declines while companies struggle to meet their... Read More »