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October 6-19, 2018

Daoist Celebration at QingChengShan host by Dr. Bernard Shannon. Grand Celebration for the Emperor of the Nine Levels of Heaven. We have been invited back to Qing Cheng to participate in a very auspicious event celebrating the Emperor of the Nine Levels of Heaven. You are invited to join us. Dr. Bernard Shannon is an internationally recognized teacher of Daoist cultivation, alchemical and mystical practices; medical qigong therapy; and martial concepts. He has trained in martial, medical, and spiritual qigong for over twenty years.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong. Tel (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


October 6-7, 2018

National Qigong Association Conference will take place 8 am Sat through Noon Sun at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Portland OR on Multnomah St. Leaders in the fields of Qigong, Taiji and Energetic Arts will present. Special hotel rates until 9/5/18.
Contact: Ali Wolf, P.O. Box 270065, St Paul, MN 55127, (888) 815-1893  Web: www.nqa.org   Email: info@nqa.org


October 6-7, 2018

Exploring the Depth of Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention with Dr Paul Lam in Cape Coral FL. During this exciting workshop Dr Lam will discuss the deeper meanings of the tai chi principles and how to incorporate them into your forms.
Contact: Betty Scanlon (239) 738-6058  Web: service@drlamtaichiworkshops.com   Email: escan@comcast.net


October 10-14, 2018

Master Chen Ziqiang - Head Coach, Chenjiagou School of Taijiquan, 20th Generation Chen Family Taijiquan. Short Spear form, sword form, push hands all levels and eyebrow level staff form instruction.
Contact: Taoist Sanctuary of San Diego, (619) 692-1155  Web: tao@taoistsanctuary.org   Email: www.taoistsanctuary.org/shop-seminars/


October 12, 2018

Five Element Qigong with Dr Paul Lam in Pontiac, MI. A special one day workshop where you can study the Five Element Qigong with Dr Paul Lam. Please attend scent-free in consideration of those with allergies, including Dr Lam himself.
Contact: Denise Murray (248) 891-9997  Web: service@drlamtaichiworkshops.com   Email: murraydlus@yahoo.com


October 14-18, 2018

Five Day Fall Retreat with Grandmaster William C.C. Chen. Join the acclaimed Grandmaster William C. C. Chen for an intensive five-day Tai Chi Chuan Fall Retreat. Knowledge of the Yang-style short form is a requirement for participation. The retreat will include Yang-style Short Form, Form Refinement, Applications, and Push-Hands. Grandmaster William C. C. Chen will conduct an intensive five day Tai Chi Chuan retreat this fall on Yang style short form Refinement, Applications, and Push-Hands. Grandmaster Chen started teaching tai chi chuan in the early 1950s while training as a live-in student of the world famous, great Grandmaster, Cheng Man-Ching. Besides being the youngest of professor cheng's students, he was also a favorite disciple. In the 1950s as well, he becam involved competitively in various free-style, chinese wushu. In 1958, he won second place in the taiwan national olympic competition.Grandmaster C. C. Chen has devoted his life to the study of body-mechanics and the effects of tai chi chuan on physical health as well as its use in self-defense. His approach is to make tai chi chuan simple, easier, natural, enjoyable and productive.
Contact: Yingxing Wang, Eastover Estate & Eco Village, Lenox, MA 01240 (866) 264-5139   Web: eastover.com   Email: events@eastover.com


October 14 - Nov. 19, 2018

36 Day ShengZhen Meditation/Healing of the Heart Retreat w/Junfeng Li. A first time 36 day retreat at Eastover, in which Master Junfeng Li will meditate and practice not only Sheng Zhen Gong daily, but will also share traditions that can help develop Qi healing energy. Master Li will also explore traditional ways to channel universal Qi to help others heal as well. Many experienced Sheng Zhen teachers will be at this retreat giving support to students; reviewing Sheng Zhen Gong forms, answer questions, exchange healing, and help in daily practices. Participants in this 36 day retreat will be at different levels of development, including the teachers themselves. The Retreat diet will consist of healthful meals and intermittent fasting techniques  a traditional concept in developing energy with Qigong. Scientific research will be introduced that can help us understand natural ways to heal and to build immune system strength. Anyone Can Participate:  Sheng Zhen teachers  Those who are truly committed to 36 days of intensive practice with Master Li  Those with various health issues including depression, chronic heart disease, or other health issues including but not limited to anxiety, chronic pain, Parkinsons disease, Alzheimers disease, arthritis, movement restriction, etc.
Contact: Yingxing Wang, Eastover Estate & Eco Village, Lenox, MA 01240 (866) 264-5139   Web: eastover.com   Email: events@eastover.com


October 16, 2018

A special meditation workshop, Inner Dissolving: Fundamentals of Taoist Meditation with Master Bruce Frantzis. In this workshop, Bruce will explain how to practice the most important techniques of the Inner Dissolving method, helping students to release blockages and create more internal space. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to learn from Bruce in his native city.
Contact: Taoist Arts Center New York (212) 477-7055  Web: taoist-arts.com   Email: srab@taoist-arts.com


October 19-21, 2018

Introduction to Chi Nei Tsang Abdominal/Organ Massage with Solla Pizzuto. Chi Nei Tsang is a highly effective ancient modality that balances and harmonizes the internal organs including reproductive, intestinal, and all digestive organs. It improves blood circulation, organ function, and facilitates the clearing of blockages. Chi Nei Tsang is recommended for self-care management to improve, promote, and maintain overall health. Solla will be introducing the 5000 year method to support patient-client self-care and to enhance the integrated practices of healing practitioners who work in the healthcare-healing-arts arena. Additionally, this intro class is a good exposure to applied Qi Gong principals in fusing ancient healing with modern day applications of hands on healing" for all. Chi Nei Tsang Benefits Include:  Stimulates lymph and blood circulation  Improves digestion, relieves constipation, detoxifies organs  Strengthens the immune system  Eases back, neck and shoulder pain  Helps correct postural problems  Balances emotions  Releases tension, stress  Restores vitality, improves quality of sleep, good for PTSD  Good for PMS, cramps, pre/post menopause, infertility, impotence There will be slideshow presentations, demonstrations, and student partnership practices. This workshop offers 14 CEU credits for massage/bodywork therapists.
Contact: Yingxing Wang, Eastover Estate & Eco Village, Lenox, MA 01240 (866) 264-5139   Web: www.eastover.com/workshop/intro-to-chi-nei-tsang.html   Email: events@eastover.com


October 26-28, 2018

Entering the Dao: A Weekend of Daoist Arts w/Solala Towler. A full immersion into the Daoist arts of qigong, meditation, Daoist philosophy, and tea ceremony. Drawing on Solalas 28 years of stud, participants will delve into the ancient Daoist text the Dao De Jing, revealing the many practices contained therein. Daoist meditation as well as dao-in or Daoist yoga will be taught as well. Solala will also be spending some time on the Daoist tea Ceremony, sampling special teas and taking part in a ceremony designed to open your heart and hara. The qigong practice will be an ancient cosmological form called Wuji (Primordial) qigong, which was created by Zhang San Feng, a Daoist master and legendary originator of Taijiquan, (Tai Chi) 800 years ago, in the Wudang Mountains. This ancient magical Daoist qigong form combines circular movement, breathing and visualization, stimulating the flow of qi (vital force) for health, longevity and spiritual opening. By working with the primal energies of the five directions and the qualities of each  (East: The Green Dragon, South: The Red Phoenix, West: The White Tiger, North: The Black Turtle and Center: The Yellow Dragon)  the practitioner is performing an energetic ritual that has been practiced hundreds of years.
Contact: Yingxing Wang, Eastover Estate & Eco Village, Lenox, MA 01240 (866) 264 -5139   Web: www.eastover.com/workshop/solala-towler-workshop.html   Email: events@eastover.com


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