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February 9-11, 2018

Tai Chi Easy® Certification Training. Become a Tai Chi Easy® Practice Leader and teach Tai Chi in your community. Join Jessica Kolbe, Senior Teacher Trainer at the Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, and co-lead, Bethany Ryker for this training in a charming Southern California beach town near Santa Barbara.
Contact: Jessica Kolbe 4672 Eleanor Drive Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 705-3426  Web: www.QigongSB.com   Email: Jessica@JessicaTaiChi.com


February 15-18

Taichi for Health with Sifu Terry Dunn In this immersive workshop, Sifu Terry Dunn teaches the 60-posture Yang Style Tai Chi form created by his teacher, Grandmaster William C.C. Chen. Students will learn the essential postures of Tai Chi Chuan that will give beginners a solid foundation, and enable experienced practitioners of all levels, to advance their practice. Graceful in movement, slow in tempo, relaxed in fluid natural postures, Taichi forms impart many health benefits including improved circulation, respiration, metabolism, bone and muscle strength, posture, balance, flexibility, neuro-muscular coordination, immunity, and heightened awareness. Terry will provide step-by-step instruction in the William Chen Form in the same manner he taught the Yang Short and Long Forms to millions of Tai Chi enthusiasts through his bestselling Tai Chi For Health DVDs. Educated at Yale College and Harvard Business School, Terry wrote the first medical protocol in American medical history applying therapeutic Tai Chi/Qigong exercises to accelerate recovery from surgery. In 2000 Terry became the first Tai Chi trainer in the NBA, training the Los Angeles Lakers during their second championship season. "Just excellent. Terry's emersion in the subject is obvious. A pleasure and privilege to study with him." Dr.Gene M. Gudmundson, MT
Contact: Yingxing Wang Eastover Estate & Retreat Center 430 East St. Lenox, MA 01240  Web: www.eastover.com/workshop/terence-dunn-taichi-for-health.html   Email: events@eastover.com


February 15-18

In this immersive workshop, Sifu Terry Dunn teaches the 60-posture Yang Style Tai Chi form created by his teacher, Grandmaster William C.C. Chen. Students will learn the essential postures and body mechanics of Tai Chi Chuan that will give beginners a solid foundation, and enable experienced practitioners of all levels, to advance their practice. Graceful in movement, slow in tempo, relaxed in fluid natural postures, Taichi forms impart many health benefits including improved circulation, respiration, metabolism, bone and muscle strength, posture, balance, flexibility, neuro-muscular coordination, immunity, and heightened awareness. Terry will provide step-by-step instruction in the William Chen Form in the same manner he taught the Yang Short and Long Forms to millions of Tai Chi enthusiasts through his bestselling Tai Chi For Health DVDs. Educated at Yale College and Harvard Business School, Terry wrote the first medical protocol in American medical history applying therapeutic Tai Chi/Qigong exercises to accelerate recovery from surgery. In 2000 Terry became the first Tai Chi trainer in the NBA, training the Los Angeles Lakers during their second championship season. "Just excellent. Terry's emersion in the subject is obvious. A pleasure and privilege to study with him." --Dr.Gene M. Gudmundson, MT
Contact: Yingxing Wang Eastover Estate & Retreat Center 430 East St. Lenox, MA 01240  Web: www.eastover.com/workshop/terence-dunn-taichi-for-health.html   Email: events@eastover.com


Feb 17-18, 2018

Doctor of Medical Qigong program with Dr. Ted Cibik. The course is offered through a 12 month series of weekend intensive. The Doctorate in Medical Qigong a is an accumulation of ancient shamanic and postmodern energetic practices utilized to improve health of body, mind and spirit. It includes the meditation and energy work of the human body sometimes called Study of Communicative Qi. This program explores the foundational principals of all Classical Chinese Medicine (pre-TCM), what healing truly is and the bedrock of how all communication occurs between the physical (Jing) and Spiritual (Shen) realms.
Contact: Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web: www.innerstrengthqigong.com  


Feb. 24-25, 2018

Ken Cohen - Yi Jin Jing Muscle Tendon Transformation Qi Gong. Learn the complete Yi Jin Jing, Transforming the Muscles and Tendons Qigong, a series of easy to learn postures practiced with isometric tension and dynamic breathing. This style of qigong is so important that it is one of the few styles officially approved in Chinas modern health care system. You will learn the original method from the Fujian Province Shaolin Temple. The Yi Jin Jing drives life force (qi) through the tendons, fascia, and muscles, increasing their strength and health.
Contact: The Taoist Sanctuary (619) 692-1155  Web: www.taoistsanctuary.org   Email: tao@taoistsanctuary.org


Feb 26, 2018

P1 Introduction to Medical Qigong Theory. This first course introduces students to Medical Qigong theory and teaches them exercises that are designed to heal the body, calm the mind, and connect with spirit. Students learn a highly transformative qigong set that they can use for their own personal cultivation.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


Feb 26 - March 2, 2018

P1 Introduction to Medical Qigong Theory with Dr. Bernard Shannon. This first course introduces students to Medical Qigong theory and teaches them exercises that are designed to heal the body, calm the mind, and connect with spirit. Students learn a highly transformative qigong set that they can use for their own personal cultivation.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong. Tel (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


April 6-8, 2018

Women's Qi Cultivation w/Susan Krieger, L.AC. MS. This workshop is based on ancient healing methods brought to life for 21st century women. Learn a holistic Qi practice to create vitality, beauty, balance, and nutritional health in your life during this rejuvenating womens weekend away. Come explore ways to feel empowered in any circumstance, and to strengthen your physical, mental and spiritual Self. Susan Krieger is an internationally recognized practitioner, teacher and counselor of Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Ki-Shiatsu-Asian Bodywork and healing arts, whole health nutrition, integrative macrobiotics, face readings, and womens health. For over 30 years of clinical and teaching experience, Susan has helped countless numbers of people strengthen and regain their health. Susan is Board Certified by the NCCAOM in Acupuncture and Asian Bodywork Therapy, is a NY State licensed acupuncturist, an AOBTA founding member, and a certified practitioner, instructor, health, and nutritional counselor; she specializes in qigong, yoga, breathing, corrective exercises, movement and postural alignment, the chakras, the energetics of foods, and medicinal plant and food remedies. In the 1970s, she was a pioneer in spreading wholistic health and Asian medicine, wholistic nutrition and shiatsu throughout the USA and Europe. She opened the first natural foods-macrobiotic restaurant in England, taught cooking, and provided her clients health and nutritional counseling and treatments based on the teachings and practices of Japanese, Chinese and Body Mind Medicine. Fabulous Healer  I have been going to Susan for many years and have experienced her healing treatments and nutritional guidance for different physical  including pain  and stress-related issues. Her hands, her acupuncture and her healing energy are exceptional. I continually experience greatly improved health of my body, mind and spirit. I must say if anyone needs help for any problem in health or life, they should absolutely seek Susans skilled and loving care. Margaret-Anne of NYC Eastover.com - 866 264 5139
Contact: Yingxing Wang Eastover Estate and Retreat Center 430 East St. Lenox, MA 01240  Web: www.eastover.com/workshop/womens-qi-cultivation-with-susan-krieger.html   Email: events@eastover.com


April 10-24, 2018

Daoist Gate Sacred Mountain Pilgrimage - Travel with Daoist (Taoist) priest Zhou Xuanyun, visit China's holy mountains, Train your choice of tai chi, qigong, or kung fu.
Contact: Zhou Xuanyun (508) 245-6397  Web: daoistgate.com/join-daoist-gate/china-training-tour/   Email: indo@daoistgate.com


April 27-29, 2018

The next National Qigong Association conference takes place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Asheville-Biltmore in North Carolina. Come join the keynote address speaker, Master Mingtong Gu of the Chi Center, and other presenters to explore the many manifestations of Qigong. Saturday will include a World Tai Chi and Qigong celebration. Special hotel rates.
Contact: Ali Wolf, National Qigong Association, P.O. Box 270065, St Paul MN 55127, T (888) 815-1893, F (888) 359-9528   Web: www.nqa.org   Email: nqa@nqa.org


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