Certified teacher of the North American Chen’s Tai Chi Association.

Study and teach Ikebana, Tai Chi and Zhineng Qigong with renowned masters, since many years.

Zhineng Qigong

zhineng gigong

The word Qigong is broken in two words: Qi = vitality, energy, life force. Gong = practice, cultivate, refine. Qigong = to cultivate and refine through practice one's vitality or life force.

Qigong exists since more than 3000 years. There are many styles of Qigong in China. Among these, Zhineng Qigong stands out as one of the most effective in improving a person's health and nourishing his body with vital universal energy (Hun Yuan Qi).

Zhineng Qigong was developed by Grand Master Pang Ming in 1980, he is a Western and a Traditional Chinese Medicine (particularly acupuncture) doctor. He practiced Qigong and martial arts at a very young age.

Zhineng Qigong is one of the most effective methods. It can be learned easily by people of all ages.

Zhineng Qigong enriches and promotes better flow of Qi in human body. It improves physical and mental health.

tai chi Chuan

cours tai chi

The word Tai means supreme, Chi (or Ji) means boundary, and the word Chuan (or Quan) simply means fist or movement. Together the term Tai Chi Chuan implies a method of movement to cultivate a form of power that has no boundary.

Tai Chi Chuan is a martial art created from Tai Chi philosophy. The movements are fluid and slow which makes it safe for everyone. It is known to reduce stress, increase balance, improve memory and maintain good health.


cours ikebana

Ikebana means making flowers alived. It is a Japanese flower arranging art, based on the oriental philosophy of harmonizing nature and human being.

About us

Anh is a retired engineer, born in Viet Nam in 1952 and came to Canada in 1970.

She began studying and practicing different forms of Tai chi and Qigong in 2003.

Member of the International Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan Association since 2005, achieved rank 3 of this association in 2010. Studying with grand master Yang Jun by attending his seminars regularly from 2005 to 2012. Also studying with other teachers of this Association in Montreal area.

In 2009, she had an opportunity to learn 5 tai chi traditional styles from 5 chinese grand masters who came from China and teached at Nashville’s Tai Chi symposium; that was when the dream of further studying Tai Chi Chen style was formed. At the beginning of 2013, the dream came true, she started studying Tai Chi Chen style with masters Leon Xu and Qian Zhou, disciples of grand master Chen Zhenglei. In 2015, further studied with this Grand Master by participing in his seminars in Canada; also became a Primary Level 1 Certified Instructor of the North American Chen’s Taichi Association.

Since 2008, she studied and practiced Zhineng Qigong with famous chinese masters, in China, in Europe, and in Malaysia.

Since 2000, she studied and practiced Ikebana with grand master Michelle Desjardins in Saint-Lambert, Qc.

She started teaching Ikebana, Tai Chi and Zhineng Qigong since 2006, 2007 and 2011 respectively.

In addition to these oriental arts, Anh is a voluntary interpreter for different organisms in Montreal South Shore area; and practices a variety of sports and activites such as swimming, skiing, figure skating, baladi and Indian classic dances, etc…



Zhineng Qigong
Monday 9:30am - 11:30am
Location : Maison Internationale de la Rive-Sud (MIRS)

Tuesday 8pm - 9pm
Location : Centre Zhineng Qigong Canada

Friday 9:30am - 11:30am
Location : Centre Zhineng Qigong Canada

Tai Chi
Thursday 9:30am - 11:30am
Location : Residence Serenity Gardens


Café des Aînés, MIRS
2152 boul Lapinière, local 104, Brossard

Residence Serenity Gardens
840 Avenue Notre-Dame, Saint-Lambert, QC J4R 1R8

Centre Zhineng Qigong Canada / Tai Chi Rive Sud de Montréal
Sector N, Brossard



Name : Anh Vo
Phone : 438-889-7311
Email : anhvotaichi@gmail.com

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