FLC Seniors Tai Chi

Seniors Tai Chi in CalgaryTai Chi is a centuries-old Chinese Martial Art consisting of slow, rhythmic, and focused movements that promote peace, calm, and strength by harnessing ones personal energy into unique flow patterns. FLC Seniors offers Cai Tai Chi which is based on the 105 movement traditional Yang Style, the most popular form practiced in China.

Benefits of Tai Chi: Tai Chi has become very popular among seniors for achieving and maintaining good health and a sense of well being. 
Benefits reported from the continuous practice of Tai Chi include:
        √  Improved balance, endurance, and flexibility
          √  Reduced pain, stress, and blood pressure levels
          √  Improved posture, core area strength, and mental focus.

Instructors: Our classes are taught by Master Geng Z. Cai and Master Vicky Wu, two world-class instructors who use their own Cai method of instruction. Students are taught in a friendly and sociable group environment, and are encouraged to focus on the quality, rather than quantity, of movements learned.

Location: Trico Centre, 11150 Bonaventure Drive SE  (east of the Southcentre Mall).

Class Levels: Tuesdays and Thursdays (1 hour classes).

  • Fall 2019 - September 10 to December 5 (11 weeks - No Classes Oct 15, 17, 22, & 24)               $70 each
Level 1  (Beginner) THURSDAY   11:00 AM 
Level 1  (Beginner) TUESDAY 10:45 AM
Level 2 * THURSDAY  9:45 AM
Level 3 * THURSDAY  12:15 PM
Level 4 * THURSDAY  12:15 PM
Level 5 * THURSDAY  11:00 AM
Level 6  (Advanced) * THURSDAY  9:45 AM 
*Levels 2 through 6 are for those with previous experience with Cai Tai Chi*






  • Winter 2020  -  January through March (details to follow)
  • Spring 2020  -  April through June (details to follow)


  • All participants must be members of the FLC SENIORS CLUB. For CLUB registration information, click "MEMBERSHIP INFO" at the top of this page. 
  • For TAI CHI registration information, contact Registrar, Juliette, by filling out this e-mail form ([email protected])

For other information, contact Coordinator by filling out this e-mail form ([email protected])

Coordinator: Juliette Lemieux-Gordon  403-225-1593