I started studying Tai Chi with Laoshi Master Sergio Arione in Montreal in 1989.
I began teaching Tai Chi in 1992 and became a full-time instructor in 1995 teaching 15 to 25 class a week.
I am a senior administrator at the Yang Chen Fu Tai Chi Centre in the Roxboro Community Centre.
In addition to my responsibilities at the Centre, I teach Tai Chi and Qigong to a wide range of
clientele, including seniors and persons with reduced mobility and more specifically for people with
multiple sclerosis. I appreciate how Tai Chi can be tailored to meet the needs of a given clientele.
Since 1996, under guidance of Laoshi Sergio Arione, I have also been teaching and practicing the
Choy Lee Fut system of Lohan Qigong as taught by Grandmaster Chen Yong Fa. I have been to China twice
(2005 and 2006) to deepen my knowledge of Qigong.
In 1998, I attended my first Yang Family style seminar with Grandmasters Yang Zhen Duo and Yang Jun
and have attended one per year with Grandmaster Yang Jun since that time.
I achieved the rank level 5, the Silver Tiger in November 2011. As a certified instructor, I would like to
help others discover the many benefits of Tai Chi and help promote Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan.