White Cloud Mountain

Tai Chi Chuan

Tung Family / Yang Style

Burlington, Lincoln, & Middlebury Vermont

January - March 2019


To be simple, pure, clear, still, level and constant;
to be impartial without action,
and in action to be aligned with heaven,
this is the way to sustain the spirit.
- Zuangzi


All welcome to join in learning the supreme internal art of Tai Chi Chuan as passed directly through four generations of the Tung Family Lineage, awakening one’s potential to generate well being for body, mind, and spirit.
Teachings focus on the practice of sequential postures of the traditional Yang style Slow Set along with complementary exercises, qigong movements, push hands/partner practice, and Yin/Yang principles, philosophy with application.
Guidelines for ongoing diligent practice with right effort encourage attention to form, alignment, balance, mindfulness and energetic flow which bring forth greater vitality, harmony and skillfulness within each individual and community as a whole.

Weekly Classes


Beginners to All Levels
Burnham Town Hall, Lincoln



Beginners to All Levels
20 Allen St, RM #4 or Gym, Burlington



Beginners to All Levels
Bridge School, 1469 Exchange St., MIDDLEBURY



Community Practice
Burnham Town Hall, Lincoln
January 27th


Registration / More Information

Please get in touch with us to register for classes or with any questions.





Madeleine Piat-Landolt, is a movement artist/ dancer and educator who has shared the wisdom nature of complementary movement art forms, sound, and meditation in North America and Europe with all ages for over 40 years. She has been a practitioner of this authentic Yang style Tai Chi Chuan since 2003, studying with Grandmaster Tung Kai Ying, his son, Master Tung Chen Wei, and long time student, Christopher Kiely. Madeleine has been teaching traditional Tai Chi Chuan classes in Vermont since 2006. She is the Director/Founder of the White Cloud Living Arts Foundation, established in 2007 to inspire, awaken, and cultivate true nature through education, consultations, retreats, and community events wherein all beings may benefit.


Andreas Landolt-Hoene, Andreas Landolt-Hoene has had a passion for martial arts throughout his youth and following graduation from the University of Vermont, was introduced to the practice of Tai Chi Chuan in 2009 by Madeleine Piat-Landolt. Within the next year, he deepened his ongoing training through seminars and camps with Master Tung Chen Wei and Grandmaster Tung Kai Ying. He has assisted in teaching all level classes, as well as for the Governor’s Institute of Asian Culture at UVM with Madeleine since 2012. In the Autumn of 2015, he began teaching his own class in Burlington with the blessings and encouragement of the Tung Family. Additionally, Andreas cooks fine meals at Pauline’s Cafe in S. Burlington, and enjoys the arts of videography and photography as well as moving in the flow on his skateboard or snowboard.