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March 31, 2015

Certified Qigong Master through YMAA, Lisa B. OShea, offers Beginning Qigong Healers Live Online Course. Increase your sensitivity to energy. Learn how to apply Chinese Medicine theory for healing yourself and others. Specifically these methods include scanning, pulling, combing, sending energy, and use of meridians and meridian points. The format of the course will primarily be hands-on with 5 phase theory as a supporting framework. The prerequisite for this course is the Qigong and Chinese Medicine Class offered in Feb. 2015. Tuesdays 11:45 am-12:45 am.


Contact: Lisa B. OShea, Qi Gong Institute of Rochester, 595 Blossom Rd. Suite 307, Rochester, NY 14610. Toll Free: 877-346-4017  Web:    Email:

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


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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  Web:   Email:

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  Web:   Email:

April 14, 2015

Live Online Workshop- Qigong for Emotional Balance: Certified Qigong Master through YMAA, Lisa B. OShea, offers online live interactive 60 min. class. Emotions are not created within the brain, they happen in the body and the brain analyzes what the body experiences and labels the feelings as good or bad. Qigong exercise can transform the bodys experience of these internal stresses and transmute the emotional ups and downs into a deep sense of peace and balance. In this workshop you will learn specific exercises for creating peace and emotional balance. 1-2 pm.


Contact: Lisa B. OShea, Qi Gong Institute of Rochester, 595 Blossom Rd. Suite 307, Rochester, NY 14610. Toll Free: 877-346-4017  Web:    Email:

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