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October 31, 2015

Qi Gong and Taoist Meditation classes provide many of the same health benefits as Taiji! The difference is that Taiji originated as a martial art, and Qi Gong is a health art. You will learn a variety of health exercises that will calm the mind, relax the body, strengthen and nourish the organs, and combat the effects of stress and aging.


Contact: Taoist Sanctuary (619) 692-1155  Web:   Email:

November 2015

New Formless Taoism Immortal Mind Study & Certification Program with Ted Cibik begins November 2015. Formless Daoism is following the spiritual path, to unite body, mind and spirit. Heal yourself at a deep spiritual level, and learn to assist others as well.


Contact: Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web:  

November, 2015

Professor Carl Totton teaches ongoing classes in all of the traditional Chinese internal and external martial arts including: Kung fu/chuan fa (Shaolin & Taoist) Monk Fist and Splashing Hands Chinese and Hawaiian keno, Tai Chi Chuan, Pa Kua Chang, Hsing-I Chuan, Lu Ho Ba Fa (Water Boxing) Chin Na (Joints locks & grappling). He also teaches qigong, Taoist meditation, and tui na, the ancient Chinese method of acupressure massage and medical qigong. Find out more about Dr. Carl Totton, the professional services he provides, and the classes that are available at the Taoist Institute in North Hollywood, California. Professor Carl Totton is the founder of the Taoist Institute. He has studied the Chinese healing, spiritual, and martial arts for over 45 years and is licensed as a clinical and educational psychologist.


Contact: Taoist Institute (818) 760-4219  Web:  

November 7-8, 2015

Nei Gong Foundations. Nei Gong is a process which uses Qi Gong as a tool to connect to the energetic body. Ji Ben Qi Gong and physical conditioning will be covered in this course. Beginners welcome.


Contact: Cindy Ashcraft   Web:   Email:

November 14-15, 2015

Tai Chi Qigong Beginning Instructor Certification. 60 hours include basics of anatomy, physiology, teaching methodology, philosophy, forms, ethics. Specializing in posture adaptation for safety. Perfect for body/mind practitioners, yoga and fitness instructors. Beginners Welcome.


Contact: Susan Hamadock, LCSW Program Director  Web:   Email:

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