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December 7-8, 2019

Internal Alchemy for Women. Womans alchemy is a special practice reserved only for woman. The practice ignites a flame to transform the qi in the cauldron and help stabilize emotions. For younger women, Nu Dan provides a way to conserve energy while it is still strong. For older woman, Nu Dan provides a means to restore and rejuvenate their energy from the damages received in daily life. These practices empower each woman by connecting them selves to their true nature and live a life of abundance, gratitude and harmony.
Contact: Ling Gui International Healing Qigong School 1631 NE Broadway #409 Portland, OR 97232  Web: www.linggui.org   Email: info@linggui.org


January 4-8, 2020

Medical Qigong Therapist program with Dr. Ted Cibik. Students go on to learn the basic Medical Qigong treatment protocols for working with clients. As the program progresses, students learn more advanced theories of energy purgation, tonification, regulation and cultivation, as well as advanced theories and modalities of internal organ treatment The diversity of this course allows the student to eventually work in many fields.
Contact: Dr. Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web: www.innerstrengthqigong.com   Email: info@inner-strength.com


February 24-28, 2020

Introduction to Medical Qigong with Dr. Bernard Shannon. This is the first seminar in the Medical Qigong Practitioner Program. This seminar is taught twice a year, usually in February and again in March. Students only need to take the seminar once. Students must Apply to the Medical Qigong Practitioner Program before registering for this seminar.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong. Tel (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


March 2-6, 2020

Advanced Assessments and Remote Work with Dr. Bernard Shannon. The Medical Qigong Therapist (MQT) is a 555 hour Certificate Program that continues on where the MQP training left off. Students continue to deepen their knowledge and expertise in Medical Qigong by learning advanced assessment skills, remote work, and working with Qi deviations. Time is spent studying specialty areas such as Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Gynecology, Neurology, Psychology. We begin the work of integrating Medical Qigong practices within the context of Oncology.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong. Tel (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


April 4-8, 2020

Medical Qigong Therapist program with Dr. Ted Cibik. Students go on to learn the basic Medical Qigong treatment protocols for working with clients. As the program progresses, students learn more advanced theories of energy purgation, tonification, regulation and cultivation, as well as advanced theories and modalities of internal organ treatment The diversity of this course allows the student to eventually work in many fields.
Contact: Dr. Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web: www.innerstrengthqigong.com   Email: info@inner-strength.com


April 17-19, 2020

Grandmaster Helen Wu will visit Pittsburgh to teach Qigong and Tai Chi Chuan as part of the One Pine Institutes Living Masters Series. All are welcome. For information on how to register. www.onepine.org. All workshops will be held at the Mt. Lebanon Recreation Center, Cedar Blvd., Mt. Lebanon PA 15241. This event will be co-hosted by Still Mountain Tai Chi and Chi Kung of Pittsburgh and One Pine Institute, a health and Wellness not-for profit.
Contact: (412) 480-9177  Web: www.stillmountaintaichi.com   Email: info@onepine.org


May 2-22, 2020

Spiritual Journey to China with Jessica & Ray Kolbe. Study Qigong, Tai Chi, Tea, Taoism and the culture of the Middle Kingdom. In each location we have a local master or one of our teachers lead a daily practice. We encourage private time for personal cultivation and exploration.
Contact: Jessica and Ray Kolbe 4672 Eleanor Drive, Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 705-3426   Web: chinatrip.mystical-abode.com   Email: Jessica@JessicaTaiChi.com


May 10-31, 2020

China Tour 2020, A trip of a Lifetime!, Jessica and Ray Kolbe will be leading another tour to China in May of 2020. Our focus is on self cultivation, practicing Qigong and Tai Chi and exploring the culture, philosophy, food, tea, religions, pandas, animals and people of one of the world's oldest civilizations. We will spend 9 days in the Wudang Mountains studying Tai Chi and Qigong with Master Zhou. Visit http://chinatrip.mystical-abode.com/ to see a short video of the 2017 trip.
Contact: Jessica Kolbe, 4672 Eleanor Drive, Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 705-3426  Web: www.QigongSB.com   Email: Jessica@JessicaTaiChi.com


July 10-17, 2020

Qigong-3 (Hard Qigong: Hard White Crane. Tiger Claw, Iron Shirt). Hard Qigong focuses on conditioning the physical body including bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and internal organs. Its foundation is Muscle/Tendon changing. Attend week-long intensive seminars with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming at the YMAA Retreat Center and experience this ideal setting for training and attain higher levels of skill and understanding.
Contact: YMAA (707) 502-8739  Web: ymaa.com/seminars/2020   Email: info@ymaaretreatcenter.org


July 17-24, 2020

Qigong-4 (Soft Qigong: Soft White Crane, Taiji Qigong). Soft Qigong focuses on both Qi circulation and physical conditioning, especially the joints. White Crane and Taiji Qigong are two typical soft Qigong that approach the body and Qi's conditiong from two different angles. Attend week-long intensive seminars with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming at the YMAA Retreat Center and experience this ideal setting for training and attain higher levels of skill and understanding.
Contact: YMAA (707) 502-8739  Web: ymaa.com/seminars/2020   Email: info@ymaaretreatcenter.org


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