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February 8-12, 2016

Medical Qigong Certification Seminars P1 with Dr. Bernard Shannon, DTCM, DMQ (China)- Introduction to Medical Qigong (no prerequisite) This first course in our curriculum is a qigong exercise course designed to introduce the student to the basic theories of energy tonification, purgation, and regulation of the body's organs and energy channels, as well as strengthening the body's protective energy field (Wei Qi).


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

February 19-21, 2016

Tai Chi Easy is gaining popularity as an evidence-based and cost-effective health intervention that works for any population. Join Jessica Kolbe on the American Riviera for this 3 day intensive certification training.


Contact: Jessica Kolbe, Trainer, Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (IIQTC), 5276 Hollister Ave Ste 257, Santa Barbara, CA 93111 805-617-3390  Web:   Email:

February 27-28, 2016

The Five Animal Frolics, created in the second century by one of the founders of Chinese medicine, is the earliest qigong still practiced today, and an entrance into how ancient people understood the body and nature. These gentle, highly enjoyable exercises build healthy, resilient energy and mental tranquility. You will learn the complete Crane Exercise for balance and relaxation, the complete Bear for rooted strength, and basic movements from the flexible Monkey, graceful Deer, and powerful Tiger. We will also discuss the philosophy and benefits of qigong. The course requires no previous experience. Beginners and all levels are welcome.


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

March 1, 2016

The Medical QiGong Therapist certification provides the clinician with the ability to create a practice of energy medicine that allows them to recognize basic energy imbalance and provide basic tonification qigong treatments to clients. This course also provides safe practices for the clinician to build their own qi, for self protection, health and balance. Tongue diagnosis, pulse diagnoses Wei Qi diagnoses are all part of the curriculum and will be used conjunctively with Classical Chinese Medicine (not necessarily 5-Element theory).


Contact: Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web:  

March 5-6, 2016

Shanxi Xing Yi Intensive Seminar Series P2. Foundational Xing Yi Training conducted by Tom Bisio and Internal Arts International Instructors.


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March 5, 2016

Many Rivers, One Source: The Healing Wisdom of China and Mexico with Qigong Master Ken Cohen and Curandera Grace Sesma Join this husband and wife team as they offer an inspiring look at both Daoist and MesoAmerican understanding of health and spirituality, including energy healing. Although each tradition is distinct, there are so many points of similarity that they point to a common origin in the sacred landscape of the human soul.


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

March 12-13, 2016

2016 Ba Gua Zhang weekend intensive series P2. Foundational 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.


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April 1, 2016

Doctor of Medical Qigong. The course is designed for serious students to dedicate off-campus time for reading, research and study, answering Dr. Cibiks written assignments, doing self-cultivation practice, and becoming introspective of their studies. The course is offered through a 12 month series of weekend intensive. These monthly weekend intensives are designed to bring new material (not available in books) to the students attention and integrate their prior reading and self-practice into a deeper understanding, to have questions answered, to work in a clinical setting, and to hear information passed down from an oral tradition.


Contact: Ted Cibik, Inner Strength (724) 845-1041  Web:  

April 2-3, 2016

Advanced Ba Gua Seminar: Ba Gua Mandarin Duck Knives. Manhattan, NYC. Authentic training in Liang Style Ba Gua Zhang. Class conducted by Tom Bisio and Internal Arts International instructors. See complete information at or Contact:


Contact: Contact: Thomas Bisio 55 Bethune St. #1101 NY NY 10014 646-645-9227  Web:   Email:

April 2-3, 2016

Kenneth S. Cohen workshop in Juneau, Alaska. Primordial Qigong: Healthy Body, Awakened Mind, Unity with the Tao


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