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Coming Events

TCY Engagement Survey

Tai Chi Yukon is interested in broadening the age demographic of our membership. Your help on how to approach this is welcomed. Here is the link to the survey.

Approximately 22% of our current membership is under age 55. We would love to grow that number, particularly adults in their 30s and 40s. Your input could prove valuable so please respond regardless of your age.

*NOTE: If you are a TCY member, an email invitation to the survey has already been sent to you. If you didn't get one, please message us.

Click here to open the survey.

Summer Practice on the Downtown Wharf

Starting Thursday May 25, Tai Chi Yukon will be hosting a weekly practice on the Wharf at the end of Main Street from 5:30 to 6:30 pm.

These are not regular classes but an informal opportunity to practice our art and for newcomers to check us out and learn what tai chi is all about. These weekly sessions will continue until August 31. 

Free Saturday practice at Takhini Elementary School gym

Our free practice at TES on Saturday mornings from 10 am to noon will continue until May 20th.

Practice Resources Online

There are excellent videos posted on YouTube that can help with your practice as part of the Yang Family Wellness Campaign. Click on the underlined text to see Grandmaster Yang Jun demonstrating a series of wellness exercises.


There are many videos on the Yang Family Tai Chi YouTube channel on the theory and principles of Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan that you can find by clicking here and here.

Facebook Page

TCY also hosts a Facebook page. Feel free to visit for regular updates, interesting links, and other items of interest. Just click the little "f" glyph at the bottom right of this page. We also occasionally post on Instagram.


Raven Recycling Fundraising Account

We welcome donations to the TCY account at Raven Recycling. These funds help us put on future special events.



Chinese New Year celebration, 2014.

Peter White photo, courtesy of Chinese Canadian Association of Yukon.

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