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June 23-30, 2017

EASTOVER MEDICAL QIGONG AND ORIENTAL MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM 2017 - Join internationally reknowned leaders in Eastern philosophy and practice together at Eastover for Medical Qigong and Oriental Medicine Symposium. We will dive deep into the wisdom of the ancient healing traditions of the Orient and discuss practical modern applications of powerful practices like Qigong and Taichi. The Symposium welcomes both beginners, as well as deepened practitioners.


Contact: Eastover Estate & Retreat, 430 East St., Lenox, Ma 01240, (866) 264-5139, Lisa Squires  Web:  

June 24, 2017

M4 Medical Qigong Treatment for Spiritual Disorders. This course is designed to introduce students to Chinese spiritual dimensions and clinical interactions with the spirit world. Students will have an exposure to specialized clinical treatments of spirit and demon oppression and possession.


Contact: International College of Medical Qigong (800) 848-0649   Web:   

June 25, 2017

Comfortable Acupuncture Seminars with Dr. Shaobai Wang. Tangzhen Style Acupuncture is also known as Comfortable Acupuncture. It is based upon the concept of holism and meridian theory from Traditional Chinese Medicine. It emphasizes on shallow insertion and gentle manipulation to minimize needling sensation by focusing on syndrome differentiation and individualizing treatment principle according to locality and culture. Tangzhen Style Acupuncture pays more attention on pathology of internal organs as well as that of the meridians. When forming a point prescription, it emphasizes on point specificity, points for treating the Shen and Ashi points. Points treating the internal organs are given higher priority followed by points for meridian disorders. It can also be combined with classical needling techniques, such as, forward/inverse, open/close, breathing, slow/swift.


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June 27 - July 1, 2017

Jesse Tsao Tai Chi Healthways Summer Camp at Rancho Bernardo Swim & Tennis Club, 16955 Bernardo Oaks Dr., San Diego, CA 92128. So many tai chi and Qigong practitioners are lost in the puzzle of how to progress their studies. We are here to provide you answers from the beginner to advanced level. Tai chi and Qigong require time and effort to gain insightful understanding of each posture and each move.


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July 3-7, 2017

Immortal Seasonal QiGong: Certification & Retreat Program with Dr. Ted Cibik. Series of 4 Five Day Qigong Classes that honor and teach about the energy of the seasons, from a Taoist Qigong perspective. Certificate of completion for 120 hours of Qigong training and as an Immortal Seasonal Qigong Practitioner upon successful completion of all four sessions. Program includes: Shen - Gong for the 4 cycles, Herbs for the Seasons for Clearing and conditioning, Biorhythms of the seasons and it's affect on the mind and body, Taoist Mudras for the Seasons and much more.


Contact: Inner Strength (724) 845-1041 

July 8-16, 2017

Herbal Excursion to Ireland, the Emerald Isle. Experience the magick, myth & mystery. Delve into ancient Herbal Remedies, Qi Gong, Essential oils, Homeopathy and Flower Essences. Visit gardens, cliffs, castles & pubs.


Contact: Nurse NaturalPath, c/o Cynthia Graham, 6203 Cotton Field Lane, Katy, TX 77449  Web:   Email:

July 7-14, 2017

YMAA seminar: Qigong-1 (Theory/Foundation and Embryonic Breathing) Introductory Qigong with lecture on how to conserve and build Qi, as well as finding focus of the mind.


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July 14-21, 2017

YMAA seminar: Qigong-3 (Hard Qigong). Qigong for energizing and strengthening the body through Muscle/Tendon Changing and White Crane Hard Qigong exercises.


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July 19-23, 2017

Join us for the Ling Gui Qigong Schools Annual Summer Retreat at Still Meadow Retreat & Conference Center, 16561 Southeast Marna Road, Damascus, OR 97089. Immerse yourself in powerful Qigong guided by world renowned Qigong Masters! Once again, this years summer retreat will be held in the relaxing and beautiful Still Meadow Retreat Center in Damascus, Oregon. In addition to a wonderfully inspiring teaching room, there are trails on the property, a wood-fired sauna, and swimming in the nearby Clackamas River.


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July 21-23, 2017

National Qigong Association Annual Conference at Robert Treat Hotel in Newark NJ. Convenient NYC transportation and Newark airport shuttle bus. Keynote address and workshop by Chungliang Al Huang. Ted Cibiks 1.5-day course Applications of the Luo Channels in Dealing with Autoimmune Diseases & Cancer, and 20 other presenters offering classes on the healing power of qigong and taiji through movement, sound/music, kinetics and vision, neuro/biology, yoga and dance.


Contact: Ali Wolf, National Qigong Association, P.O. Box 270065, St Paul MN 55127, T (888) 815-1893, F (888) 359-9526   Web:   Email:

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