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October 6-20, 2017

China Trip: Journey into Daoism. This special trip will be open to anyone who is interested. 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. I am going to once again 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:  

October 7-9, 2017

Vibrational Acupuncture: Integrating Tuning forks with Needles. This constitutionally based treatment protocol for face and body synergizes the resonance of Acutonics® tuning forks with acupuncture needling to balance, tone and unblock the meridians. Benefits and contraindications for acupuncture and sound resonance are discussed along with acu-sound protocols for the Eight Extraordinary meridians, the Kidney Spirit points, auricular physiognomy, the 5 Element Yuan Source points, and more.
Contact: Bastyr University Continuing Education 14500 Juanita Dr, NE Kenmore, WA 98028 Tele: (425) 602-3349 Susan Collins, Program Manager   Web:   Email:

October 7-11, 2017

Immortal Seasonal Qigong Retreat This special retreat program is a series of 4 Seasonal Five Day Qigong Classes that honor and teach about the energy of the seasons, from a Taoist Qigong perspective. This is the AUTUMN cycle sesson. Attend all 4 seasonal sessions to earn a Certificate in Immortal Seasonal Qigong.
Contact: Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web:  

October 13, 2017

Chin Na (Joint Locks) Learn the art of "seize and control," an important part of short range fighting for all martial art styles. These joint locking techniques can be applied to any background and style of training to help understand how to control opponents in hand-to-hand exchange.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web:  

October 14, 2017

Push Hands. You will learn how to develop your center, rooting, and sensitivity practices to read your opponent's intentions to neutralize and counter their attacks. Pushing Hands takes the Tai Chi philosophy into a moving practice, forming the root to developing the skills and reflexes needed to use Tai Chi as a martial art.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web:  

October 15, 2017

Qigong Theory & Application. With a mixture of theory and application, you will learn from a world-renowned master and scholar, the ancient practices of Qigong, to combat fatigue and lower back pain, as well as the foundation to working with your bodies' inner power source. The base of all Qigong theory is the most important place to form your foundation of study.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web:  

Oct 17, 2017 - Aug 11, 2018

The Building Blocks of Chi Supplementation. Learn and practice proper and optimal applications of vitamin, mineral and Western and Chinese herbal supplements to complement our personal chi care and fortify our physical and energetic health, longevity and stamina. We refine our personal use of nutritional supplementation throughout these workshops. Beyond addressing Chi Supplementation for proper health maintenance, we also visit protocols that effectively advance the prompt and balanced healing of core imbalances in cellular and systemic functions (among them, inflammation, autoimmune response and endocrine system imbalances), often result in disabling physical ailments and life-threatening situations, to restore and improve functional capacity. To ascertain the appropriate supplements in certain of these circumstances, it is necessary that we also seek to understand specific aspects of blood chemistry. Why do we wait almost 2 months between classes? Depending on your physical and chi constitution at the time, it can take anywhere between 3-6 weeks to modify the dosage and ingestion schedule so that it harmonizes well into your constitution while improving your health. We allow for this time between our classes for these adjustments and during this time, you are most welcome to consult with Debra to find the appropriate modification. Students who enroll in this workshop series should first complete Beginning the Qigong Lifestyle.
Contact: Debra Lin Allen, Founder/Director, Chi Wellness, LLC, 4155 East Jewell Av., Suite 105, Denver, CO 80222  Web:   Email:

October 19-22 2017

Join us for the Guang Ping Yang T'ai Chi Association 2017 Conference and Taiji for Balance Certification Program at the Hyannis Resort & Conference center in Cape Cod, Mass. See our website for more details.
Contact: Grace Cheng 742 L Street. Davis, CA 95616 (530) 902-3905  Web:   Email:

October 27-31, 2017

C1 MQP Clinical Theater, Clinical Internship, and Final Exam. This 5-day seminar will be the culminating event for the MQP Program. Beyond the theoretical and practical exams, it offers the student exposure and first hand experience of medical qigong diagnoses and treatments.
Contact: International College of Medical Qigong (800) 848-0649   Web:   

November 4-8, 2017

Medical Qigong Therapist Certification Program. This year long program trains and certifies graduates as Medical Qigong Therapists. Class is held quarterly, in 5 day sessions, with homework and assignments to be completed prior to each class session. Class offeres lecture as well as clinic and qigong practice time. Class taught by leading Medical Qigong teachers and doctor Ted J. Cibik.
Contact: Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web:  

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