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October 09-14, 2016

Robert Peng Healing Qi Gong - Yi Jingjin, Qi Gong and Group HealingOver the last three decades Robert Peng has helped hundreds of thousands of people of all ages and cultures find peace, health, happiness and creativity through Qigong. You are invited to participate in the journey of a lifetime that leads to the most rewarding destination of all: an upgraded version of yourself. Qigong is easy to learn and fun to do. Everyone can practice and the benefits are immediate. Learn a gentle movement practice to calm your mind and open your heart. Or develop a steely strong body infused with vitality. Or explore the art of Qigong healing.


Contact: Eastover Estate & Retreat 430 East St. Lenox, Ma 01240 866 2645139 Lisa Squires  Web:   Email:

October 14-18, 2016

C2 MQT Clinical Theater, Clinical Internship, and Final Exam. This 5-day seminar will be the culminating event for the MQT Program. Beyond the theoretical and practical exams, it offers the student exposure and first hand experience of medical qigong diagnoses and treatments. The student will study and experience different aspects of energetic dysfunctions and symptom manifestations. The instructor will guide and assist in all phases of diagnosis and treatment during the Clinical Theater and Internship phases.


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

October 22, 2016

Herbal Medicine Chest for Children. In this workshop we will discuss common childhood complaints such as tummy aches, ear-aches, minor boo-boos, sleep issues, common cold and immune boosting with herbal remedies. Each participant will learn how to make some simple home remedies for use with children of various ages.


Contact: Bastyr University  Web:  

October 22, 2016

Register Now. When: October 22nd, 2016 9:00 AM through 12:00 PM. Location: 14500 Juanita Dr. NE; Bastyr University; See location under description. Kenmore, WA 98028-4966 UNITED STATES Show large map Contact Phone: (425) 602-3152 Email: Course Fee Professionals $100.00 Campus Kenmore Campus Audience Nutrition and Health Care Professionals Course ID Event ID NUTRITION SubEvent ID 16MICRO10 Instructor Alexandra Kazaks PhD, RDN, CDE Cynthia Lair Kelly Morrow, MS, RDN Credits: 3 Register Now This seminar will provide an up-to-date view of gut microbiota and how they function as both consumers of nutrients and as producers of nutrients and metabolic signals. Participants will explore current research regarding the initiation and support of human microbial ecosystems from birth through old age, the microbiota association with health and disease states, and the approaches to manipulate an individuals gut ecosystem with probiotics, prebiotics, and synbiotics. This seminar will include presentations and a cooking demonstration, and will include content about both food and supplement sources of bacteria. Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Instructors: Alexandra Kazaks, Cynthia Lair, Kelly Morrow (3 CEUs & CPEUs)


Contact: Bastyr University Continuing Education 14500 Juanita Dr. NE Kenmore, WA 98028 425-602-3349 Susan Collins, Program Manager  Web:   Email:

October 28-30, 2016

Guang Ping T'ai Chi Association Conference, Courtyard at Marriot Liberty Station, 2592 Laning Road. Taiji For Balance Certification 27-28, T'ai Chi conference 28-30. Please join us, Check our website for more details.


Contact: Grace Cheng, 742 L Street, Davis, CA, 95616, 530-902-3905  Web:   Email:

October 29-30 2016

2016 Ba Gua Zhang weekend intensive series P5. Intermediate Ba Gua training. Classes in Manhattan, NYC. Authentic training in Liang Style Ba Gua Zhang, including developmental Nei Gong exercises. All classes conducted by Tom Bisio and Internal Arts International instructors. Email:


Contact: Tom Bisio   Web:   Email:

November 4-18, 2016

Journey Into Daoism: China Trip Open to All. This Journey is not a typical tour. As the name implies it is a journey not only to China but into yourself. This will be a journey of self discovery, insight, and study. After many years of requests, I am going to lead a journey to China open to all (no previous Daoist or Qigong training required). This Journey will introduce Daoism, its sacred practices, and the Chinese culture. Join us as we delve into this realm of mystery, mysticism, and alchemy.


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

November 5, 2016

The Ethics of Cultural Awareness: Exploring Therapist Biases & the Counseling Process We all have cultural biases - it is the nature of being human. In order to provide excellent care, it is imperative that health practitioners become aware of their own cultural biases. In this seminar explore how your cultural values and biases can affect your interactions with people who are different from you in categories such as race, religion, sexual orientation, physical condition, socio-economic status and gender. Appropriate for any health practitioner. Sat. November 5 | 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (6 CEUs)


Contact: Bastyr University Continuing Education 14500 Juanita Dr. NE. Kenmore, WA 98028 425-602-3349 Susan Collins, Program Manager  Web:   Email:

November 5, 2016

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE STRATEGIES FOR ACUPUNCTURISTS. This course will employ a functional medicine model to present clinical strategies for enhancing patient outcomes by combining dietary supplements and protocols with Chinese herbal formulas and acupuncture in patient care.


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November 5, 2016

New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. At Saturday Open House events in Mineola you are welcome to extend your visit as a Guest Student. You have an opportunity to sit in on classes, meet current students and faculty, speak with our financial aid manager and have an admissions interview. A complimentary acupuncture treatment in the NYCTCM Teaching Clinic can also be a part of your visit.


Contact: Lynn Bai (516) 739-1545 x 211  Web:   Email:

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