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September 8-10, 2017

Symposium for Integrative Health Tai Chi Retreat. Join us for this informative yet fun-filled Symposium for Integrative Health Tai Chi Retreat on Sept 8, 9, and 10, 2017 held at Maris Stella Retreat Center, Harvey Cedars, Long Beach Island, NJ. Three days of health seminars, research presentations, martial arts workshops, spiritual retreat activities. Academic research presentations Friday morning. Fabulous renowned workshop leaders Friday, Saturday, and Sunday afternoons. Spiritual activities mornings and evenings. Scrumptious formal banquet on Saturday evening followed by spectacular film festival showing of Tai Chi in Cancer Care. Meet fellow practitioners from all over. Inaugural event that should not be missed. Primary Hosts: Taijiquan Enthusiasts Organization & Asklepios (an integrative health research group), PO Box 564, Douglassville, PA 19518, Steering Committee Chair: CJ Rhoads Register Online http://www.SyIHTQ.org. Contact: Stella Deeble at Stella@HPLConsortium.com, Phone: 484-332-3331. We are looking for paper submissions to the academic portion of the Symposium, and mini-workshop leaders. Sponsorships and ads in the program are available until June 30, 2017. Use QIJRNAL for additional discounts (good until August 21st).
Contact: Stella Deeble, HPL 501c3 Institute, P.O. Box 564, Douglassville, PA 19518 Phone: (484) 332-3331   Web: syihtq.org/   Email: Stella@HPLConsortium.com


September 16, 2017

The class is ideal for any health and wellness practitioner to develop a strong energetic transforming body to avoid physical fatigue, energy depletion, and mental and emotional burn-out in their practice. You will achieve a healthier balance in mind, body and spirit  seeking to maintain wellness in your life.
Contact: Bastyr University Continuing Education 14500 Juanita Dr. NE, Kenmore, WA 98028 Telephone: (425) 602-3349 Susan Collins, Program Manager   Web: bastyr.edu/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=2452   Email: scollins@bastyr.edu


September 16-17, 2017

Silk Reeling Workshop with Sifu Dan Jones Silk Reeling is an essential foundation for all aspects of Tai Chi Training. Sifu Dan Jones has over 45 years of experience. His teachings are profound but accessible.
Contact: Stephanie Taylor, P.O. Box 222605, Carmel, CA 93922-2605. Tel (831) 622-1994  Web: www.womanswellspring.com   Email: drtaylor@womanswellspring.com


September 22-24, 2017

Five Animal Frolics Qigong with Ken Cohen. Learn the grace of the Deer, the power of the Tiger, the balance of the Crane, the suppleness of the Monkey, and the strength of the Bear.
Contact: Qigong Center, P.O. Box 1727, Nederland, CO 80466. Tel: (720) 985-6445  Web: www.kennethcohen.com/calendar.html   Email: info@qigonghealing.com


September 23-24, 2017

Push Hands and Chin Na (Joint Locks). Pushing hands trains you to develop a sensitivity to your opponent's intention and power. Chin Na consists of joint-lock techniques applicable to any martial arts style.
Contact: YMAA (800) 669-8892 or (603) 569-7988  Web: ymaa.com  


September 30 - October 1, 2017

Push Hands (Tui Shou) Workshop with Mearl Thompson. Gentle yet profound teaching. Learn to defeat speed and strength with skill. Appropriate for any level of Tai Chi Player.
Contact: Stephanie Taylor, P.O. Box 222605, Carmel, CA 93922-2605 Tel: (831) 622-1994  Web: www.womanswellspring.com   Email: drtaylor@womanswellspring.com


October 4, 2017 | 5:30 pm - 8:30pm

Reading the information conveyed in the pulse is a key element of Tibetan Medicine. The pulse is used to diagnose both the individual character of the patient as well as the specific pathology. The characteristics of the pulse are affected by the transport, degradation and building processes of the three bioenergetic substances, or humors. Through this palpation, the doctor can determine the nature of the disease, whether it is painful, whether swelling has occurred and if the swelling is hard, soft, big or small, and can also predict the course of the illness.* Instructor: Tulku Lobsang Rinpoche.
Contact: Bastyr University Continuing Education 14500 Juanita Dr. NE Kenmore, WA 98028 Tele: (425) 602-3349  Web: bastyr.edu/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=2501   Email: scollins@bastyr.edu


October 4-8, 2017

Chen Style Taijiquan/Wang Xi'an System, Foundation Training & Old Frame Routine w/Dr. Bacher. This teaching method emphasizes the importance of the health as well as the self-defense aspects of tai chi for a lifetime. Every basic exercise and form movement is clearly demonstrated and explained as to how and why it fulfills both of these functions.
Contact: Eastover Estate & Retreat Center, 430 East St., Lenox, MA 01240, Yingxing Wang - Events@eastover.com (866) 264-5139   Web: www.eastover.com/robert-bacher.html   Email: events@eastover.com


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: www.medicalqigong.org  


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: goo.gl/yXrPH6   Email: scollins@bastyr.edu


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