Graphic Image

Qi Journal navigation menu

homepage Home Page  |   About our Journal  |  Contact Info  |    Writers Guidelines |  shopping basket Check Your Shopping Basket

Subscriptions:

 

Information about subscriptions to our printed journal and back issues.

 

 

Online Articles:

 

Index to selected FREE Online Articles from the journal.

 

 

Our Community:

 

Calendar of Events:

Schedule your vacations now, so you don't miss these important events.

 

Listing of Professionals:

Looking for teachers, clinics and schools?

 

line

Return to Home Page

Calendar of upcoming events...

(34 items match your search)


July 15-22, 2016

Taijiquan / Taiji Sword. Yang-Style Long Form - The Essentials to Tai Chi practice. Classical Yang-Style Taiji Sword sequence, theory, and applications.

 

Contact: YMAA Retreat Center   Web: ymaa.com/seminars   


August 8-12, 2016

P4 - Treatment of Organ Diseases and Medical Qigong Prescription Exercises. The fourth course introduces the student to advanced theories and clinical modalities of internal organ treatment and prepares them to prescribe the deep and varied set of qigong exercises and meditations learned in P1, for clients in the clinic. Students will be taught several levels of Nei Gong (Internal Skill) to deepen their personal training, which will have a direct impact on their qi emission abilities.

 

Contact: International College of Medical Qigong (800) 848-0649  Web: www.medicalqigong.org   Email: Info@MedicalQigong.org


August 12-19, 2016

YMAA Summer Seminars. Qigong-8 (Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing) Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing Qigong was passed down to Shaolin priests by Bodhidharma around 530 AD. The former conditions the body's physical strength and immune system, and the latter improves longevity and maintains the bone marrow.

 

Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892  Web: ymaa.com/seminars  


August 12-19, 2016

Qigong-8 (Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing) Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing Qigong was passed down to Shaolin priests by Bodhidharma around 530 AD. The former conditions the body's physical strength and immune system, and the latter improves longevity and maintains the bone marrow.

 

Contact: YMAA Retreat Center  Web: ymaa.com/seminars   


Prev Page--   • 1   • 2   • 3   • 4   • 5   • 6   7

Submit a New Event or Update

Specials
Catalog Specials
A Daoist classic translated into English

Google this site 

 

Index of Online Articles

Chinese painting

Get special offers & updates:

 

Follow qijournal on Twitter Find us on Facebook
line

Acupuncture  |  Herbs & Diet  |  Taijiquan/Internal Arts  |  Qi Journal  |  Qigong & Meditation  |  Culture & Philosophy  |  Feng Shui |  Qi Catalog