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In Athens, New York Daniel Meunier, a former student of Master Lee's leads the Sleepy Hollow Tai Chi Association. They meet Tuesday nights from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 at 7 Second Street, Athens, NY 12015. (approximately 3 hours north of New York City).

The Yang-long form as taught by Master Lee is being taught as well as sword and staff forms, push hands as well as situational self-defence and Tai-Chi boxing.

For further information Email Daniel Meunier, write to 635 Cauterskill Road, Catskill, NY 12414 or call (518) 731-8080.


Herb Goldberg, a former student of Master Lee, teaches T'ai Chi Ch'uan at the Yeshiva High School (3130 Raymond Drive, Doraville, Georgia, USA), and The Ravinia Club (Ashford Dunwoody across from Perimeter Mall, Atlanta, Georgia).

He teaches Yang long form. Beginning students start with Chi Kung, 'weaving,' and 'walking.' The 3 stages of the form are then complemented with push hands, martial applications, sword, and staff. More advanced training includes Chin Na and Fa jing.

For further information on Herb Goldberg's T'ai Chi Ch'uan or Chi Kung classes, also visit the T'ai Chi Ch'uan Atlanta website www.taichichuanatlanta.com.


At Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, Gary Joseph teaches Tai Chi Chuan. The schedule varies from semester to semester. For further details on where and when the classes are held please send him EMail.


In Fort McMurray, Alberta Dan Lane teaches the traditional Yang long form as taught by Mr. Lee as well as Tai Chi sword, Sabre, Cane, and Staff. Qi gong is amajor component of classes. There is a Qi gong noon hour drop in class Tuesday to Thursday. This includes passive Qi gong techniques for business people who need stress relief or to re-energize for the afternoon.

On Tuesdays and Thursday there are full classes 1.5 hrs. long. Qi gong is studied in the form of Tai Chi ruler or Eight pieces of Brocade (64 movements). Then the long form is performed as a group after which details, push hands or applications are studied.

To get in touch contact:


Sam Slutsky teaches Tai Chi in Montreal. Contact him for details on where and when classes are being held:

Sam Slutsky
Telephone: (514) 270-7354
EMail: samsky@mlink.net

Francis Housin is also teaching Tai Chi in the northern suburbs of Montreal. When I have further information I'll post it here.


Normally Classes meet on Mondays 6:00 - 8:00 PM at:

Mary Abrams Movement Resources 10 East 18th Street, 4th floor (just east of 5th Avenue)
Closest subways: 4, 5, 6, N, R (Union Square stop)
F, B (14th Street stop)

Class fee: $15/class or $50/month

For the summer the group meets for forms practice (no class) in Rockefeller Park on Mondays at 6:00 pm, between Murray & Warren Streets, at the Hudson River. EMail to confirm.

For further information contact Gina Moss or phone Eelka at (718) 788-5831.


Michael Babin, a former student of Allan Weiss (a student of Lee Shu-pak) and Erle Montaigue teaches Tai Chi in Ottawa at the Tai Chi Studio. Get in touch with him at

Or visit his website at http://www.angelfire.com/mb/taiji/.


Paul E. McCaughey's Rising Sun School offers classes in Tai Chi, Qiqong, Acupuncture, Tuina, Traumatology, Chinese and Western Herbal Medicine and Psychotherapy. Contact them at pjmcohm@interlog.com.

David Bray, a former student of Master Lee, teaches classes in Toronto. For information contact him at (416) 975-5087.


Bill Hill, a former student of Master Lee, is currently teaching Tai Chi in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada with the Equinox Tai Chi Chuan group. You can get in touch with him by EMail or by calling (867) 920-4061. His SnailMail address is: P.O. Box 191, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada X1A 2N2.

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