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April 1, 2015
South Bay Daoist Study Group is a community of people dedicated to learning and practicing religious Daoism (DaoJiao). For the most part, this group is geared around our classes, which take place twice monthly. Classes are led by Christina Barea, Daoist Priest (ZhengYi, QuanZhen lineages) and Peyton Young (Buddhist, Daoist lineages). Bowers Park, Santa Clara
April 4-7, 2015
Advanced TCM Theory will be a four day intensive seminar. This course delves deeper into the diagnostic systems and treatment principles within Traditional Chinese Medicine, advanced and applied channel theory as well as tongue and pulse. This seminar meets the requirement for the Masters of Medical Qigong program certification.
Contact: Michael Sweeney
April 10-12, 2015
Tai Chi Short Form and Fusion Meditation Weekend Retreat with Senior Universal Tao Instructors: Marie Favorito and Sharon Smith. Enjoy a beautiful weekend retreat in the Berkshire Mountains! Tai Chi brings a profound sense of being grounded in the present moment with plenty of energy to face the joy and the challenges of life. The Tai Chi short form can be performed in 10 minutes making it especially useful in the busy modern world we live in. The Fusion meditations transform our emotions and open pathways for more energetic flow
April 11 - 18, 2015
Special Yi Jing Course - On Mastering Self and Others. Offered on pre-screen basis only.
Yi Jing is an ancient pre-heaven secret to decoding and improving your life and the lives of others. Master Yun Xiang Tseng (Chen) brings this ancient knowledge, which has been passed down only from master to student in an unbroken lineage, to only a select few.
Yi Jing provides tools to custom design personal and professional lives. This unique Yi Jing technique is based on birth-date and five element vibration.
Contact: Kristina l Estes Park, CO l 970-586-4094
April 13-17, 2015
P2 - Introduction to Diagnosis and Treatments. The second course teaches the student to sense, differentiate, diagnose, and move energy. Students are shown how to strengthen the body's protective energy field (Wei Qi) and techniques used to avoid absorbing Toxic Qi while in a clinical environment. Students will be led through a progressive series of advanced Shen Gong (Spirit Skill) meditations and exercises, used to develop advanced intuitive diagnostic and treatment skills.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong (800) 848-0649
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