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Centers

Centers are important in the history, culture and development of our organization. They allow participants to gather, volunteer and train together, helping people from locations around the world to learn, practice and develop their understanding of the Taoist arts as taught by Fung Loy Kok Taoist Tai Chi.

The International Centre, established in 1984, is located on 100 acres on the beautiful Niagara Escarpment. It includes large practice halls, temples and accommodation. The facilities were built after decades of planning and effort on the part of Master Moy Lin Shin and many dedicated volunteers. They stand as a testimony to the enthusiastic support and generosity of the worldwide community of Fung Loy Kok/International Taoist Tai Chi Society participants. Centre operations depend on volunteers and are financially supported by donations.

This Centre conducts a full schedule of programs that offers participants an opportunity to cultivate body and mind.

Contact the International Centre

International Centre
248305 5 Sideroad
Mono, Ontario L9W 6L2
Canada


Tel. 1.519.941.5981
Fax. 1.519.941.4542

Programs 2019 (For all current participants in Good Standing with the Society)
Jan 9 – Jan 13 Canadian Central Region
Chinese New Year Banquet Jan 12 5-9 Open to All (Register online if not attending CR) Pay at the door
Jan 14 – Jan 18 Lok Hup Week
Feb 23 – 24 Weekend Program
Feb 25 – Mar 1 Pain Relief Program
Mar 20 – Mar 24 Pain Relief Program
April 3 – April 7 Lok Hup 2nd Half
April 8 – April April 12 Pain Relief Program
May 25 – May 27 Tai Chi Sword
May 28 – May 30 Tai Chi Sabre
more to come.

Dates and events are subject to change. Contact the Center to confirm dates, times, and programs before booking flights.
Center Information Sheet 2019!  Download for Hotel and Airport Pick up Information.

Contact the International Center Florida

 

International Center Florida
280 Locklie Street
Dunedin, Florida
USA 34698


Toll Free (USA and Canada): 1.877.398.1108
Tel: 1.727.734.0929

The historic Fenway Hotel building at 453 Edgewater Drive in Dunedin is reaching completion.  Mainsail Lodging and Development is now in partnership with the Taoist Tai Chi Society to complete renovations and manage the historic hotel.   The Society will continue work on the remaining buildings on the property. This includes our new International Center Florida – Practice Hall, located at 280 Locklie Street, Dunedin. The practice hall will be 12,000 sq ft and able to hold Society Programs starting in May of 2018. The building at 251 Lyndhurst St, will begin renovations in May 2018, to hold offices for the Society and Mainsail Partnership.

A Community Open House was held on July 28, 2016. Members of the Mainsail group and the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA were on hand to answer questions visitors may have had. Watch the event on Dunedin TV below!

Latest update from the City of Dunedin TV!! March 15, 2017

The Fenway Hotel building sits on the waterfront near the heart of Dunedin and will contain 83 rooms, roof top bar, spacious dining room and banquet room within the 52,000 square foot building originally constructed in 1924 and opened in 1927.

Purchased in June, 2014, the shuttered hotel building and surrounding grounds underwent an extensive cleanup and transformation by the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA, and the project successfully obtained Development Agreement approval from the City of Dunedin on March 18, 2015.

Dunedin Class Information

For more information on this project and the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the USA contact Jean Swantish, at 727-734-0929 or internationalcenter.fl@taoist.org. The Taoist Tai Chi Society® is currently operating from the International Center Florida Practice Hall, located at 280 Locklie Street, the corner of Locklie Street and Broadway.  The general public is welcome to visit at any time.

Read more About the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the United States of America, Inc.

“I had so much help here, that this is my second family. It's important in my life to do Taoist Tai Chi every day.”

Kirosa, Ontario, Canada