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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


April 30 - May 4, 2018

P2 Introduction to Medical Qigong Diagnosis and Treatments with Dr. Bernard Shannon. This second course is designed to introduce the student to the further theories of energy purgation, tonification, regulation and cultivation. In addition, strengthening the body's protective energy field (Wei Qi) and the techniques used to avoid absorbing Toxic Qi while in a clinical environment will be discussed.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong. Tel (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


May 5-9, 2018

Medical Qigong Therapist program with Dr. Ted Cibik. The Medical Qigong Therapist certification provides the clinician with the ability to create a practice of energy medicine that allows them to recognize basic energy imbalance and provide basic tonification qigong treatments to clients. This course also provides safe practices for the clinician to build their own qi, for self protection, health and balance.
Contact: Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web: www.innerstrengthqigong.com  


June 25-29, 2018

P3 Clinical Foundations of Medical Qigong Therapy (2) with Dr. Bernard Shannon. Students will have a deeper comprehension of the body's energetic matrix as it pertains to Traditional Chinese Medicine, Disease, Diagnosis, and the Medical Qigong Clinic. The focus will be placed on integrating clinical qigong modalities, advanced assessment, energetic modulation skills, case studies, and clinical exercises.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong. Tel (800) 848-0649   Web: www.medicalqigong.org  


July 20-17, 2018

Qigong-7 (Small Circulation) seminar with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. In order to rebuild the strength of the physical body and bring the spirit to a higher level, you should learn how to fill the Qi vessels to a more abundant level. You will then be able to reconstruct the body and nourish the brain, raising up the spirit of vitality.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web: legacy.ymaa.com/seminars  


July 22-28, 2018

Kung Fu Camp - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina. Instruction in Wudang Taiji - YAng Style Taiji - Fu Style Liang Yi Quan - Bagua Zhang - Xing Yi Quan - Baji Quan - Taiji San Shou - Liuhe Bafa - Contemporary Wushu - Double Hooks - Broadsword - Staff - Rope Dart - Straight Sword and much more...! Faculty: Jason Tsou -Nick Gracenin - Kenny Perez - Nick Scrima - Wang Bingwen - Darin Sun - Mark Small- Frank Hatsis
Contact: Nick Scrima 2519 McMullen Booth Rd #511 Clearwater, FL 33761 (727) 791-8207 nick.scrima@kungfuchampionship.com  Web: www.gongfucamp.com   Email: nick.scrima@kungfuchampionship.com


July 27 - August 3, 2018

Taijiquan / Taiji Saber seminar with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. Yang-Style Long Form - The essentials to Taijiquan practice. Taiji Saber - Taiji weapon forms enable a practitioner to train the concepts and feelings of the barehand form to a deeper level. Saber is typically the first and most essential short weapon learned.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web: legacy.ymaa.com/seminars  


August 3-10, 2018

Taiji Pushing Hands / Taiji Fighting Set seminar with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. Pushing Hands for all levels - Improving center, stability, body structure, and mind. Includes Yin-Yang Symbol Sticking Hands (Silk Reeling). Taiji Fighting Set for intermediate to advanced practitioners, a choreographed 2-person set that thoroughly explores applications and Taijiquan principles.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web: legacy.ymaa.com/seminars  


September 10-29, 2018

Join Solala Towler and Jessica Kolbe for a 20 day study tour in China. Tai Chi, Qigong, Taoism, Tea, Temples, Culture, Food, Pandas and more. Visit lovely Hangzhou. Study in the Wudang Mountains with Master Zhou Jinbo. Visit Chendu, home of Pandas and the best food in China. All inclusive.
Contact: Jessica Kolbe 4672 Eleanor Drive Carpinteria, CA 93013 (805) 705-3426  Web: chinatrip.mystical-abode.com   Email: Jessica@JessicaTaiChi.com


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