Chen’s Taichi, as Original Style Taichi, is The Chen family’s style of Tai Chi Chuan (Taijiquan ). It is the oldest and parent form of the five main Tai Chi Chuan styles. The Chen’s Tai Chi organization operates under the direct guidance of Grand Master Chen Zhenglei, 19th generation of the Chen family and 11th generation successor of Chen’s Tai Chi. The Eastern Canada division is spear-headed by Master Leon (Li) Xu, 12th Generation Chen’s Tai Chi Inheritor, One of In-Door Disciples of Grand Master Chen Zhenglei, 7th Duan of Chinese Wushu(Kung Fu). He is also the Director of Systems and Standards in North American Chen’s Taichi Association.
Our Main Objectives are to promote and share this jewel of health & wellness throughout Eastern Canada and beyond:
- Build up Chen’s Taichi network
- Provide professional training and certification
- Promote and carry out the standard ranking system for Chen’s Taichi
- Organize Taichi related events and activities, such as workshops, forums and tournaments
- Organize international cultural exchange programs etc.
Specially designed for people who want to become an instructor to teach Chen’s Taichi. After completing training and successfully passing the related exams, applicants will be issued certificates and may become Certified Instructors. In the future, they will get full support from Chen’s Taichi systems, including “Chen’s Taichi Association-Eastern Canada” and “North American Chen’s Taichi Association“, under Grand Master Chen Zhenglei.
New Taichi Videos Available for Beginners
The new video is available for Taichi lovers to learn “Chen’s Taichi Essential 18 Forms”. Master Leon Xu explains and shows each movement in steps with front and side view. Beginners can understand and learn each move very easily and quickly. Videos are designed for Smart Phone, Tablet, PC, Macs and TVs. (Click Here for Videos!)
Chen Taiji Saber Training
It is with great pleasure that
School of Chen style Taijiquan Laurentian
invites you to a Training Chen Saber (Chen shi dan dao) with
Karine Van Chesteing