Join Mingtong Gu for a week dedicated to healing and balancing body, mind, heart, and spirit through the powerful movement, sound, and visualization practices of qigong. This retreat is a great way to celebrate the holy-days of winter and to prepare to welcome in the New Year with renewed energy, clarity, and vitality. With the increase in light comes opportunities to expand into new areas, to open more fully to our potential, to grow and leave behind patterns that no longer benefit us or our world.
Workshops with CE Credits for Acupuncture
Regular practice of tai chi has profound effects on our neuro-biology. Through the centuries the Chinese have utilized tai chi as a healing art. We now have current medical research to confirm the power of tai chi as an optimal preventive and restorative healing technique.
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) blends focused questioning with acupressure tapping to balance the human body energy system in relation to thoughts, memories, emotions, and physical tensions. The observable and measurable result of this flexible and powerful therapeutic tool is calmer affect, cognitive restructuring, and more adaptive behavior. EFT thus adds a somatic element to cognitive and behavioral therapies, and has been shown in recent research, published in The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, to be comparable in efficacy to EMDR.
If you love Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and are hungry to build your skill and confidence, then this advanced workshop is designed to open up your creativity and intuition. Gwyneth Moss is known for her EFT innovations and particularly the use of imagery, projection techniques, and distance healing. During this workshop, Gwyneth will teach EFT imagineering, projection tapping, protective distancing, three-step surrogate tapping, moodlines, and more.
Do you ever wonder why, despite the miracles of modern medicine, more than 2.5 million Americans practice ancient healing exercises from China? Qigong is one of the world’s most popular and best-researched methods to improve health and vitality. Regular practice makes the mind tranquil, reduces stress, and deepens your connection with nature.
Regular practice of tai chi ch’uan can have profound effects on our neuro-biology, and it produces many health benefits. Through the centuries the Chinese have utilized tai chi ch’uan as a healing art. We now have current medical research to confirm the power of tai chi as an optimal preventive as well as restorative healing technique.
CranioSacral therapy is a gentle, noninvasive, hands-on technique to help detect and correct imbalances in the craniosacral system that may cause sensory, motor, or intellectual dysfunction. It is used to treat a myriad of health problems, including headaches, neck and back pain, TMJ dysfunction, chronic fatigue, motor coordination difficulties, eye problems, endogenous depression, hyperactivity, and central nervous system disorders.
Within us is a wellspring of vitality known as qi waiting to amplify every aspect of our lives. Taoist practices embrace all aspects of the self — physical, energetic, sexual, emotional, and spiritual. Alchemy is the integration of these layers of ourselves, and through this process bliss and ecstatic experience blossom from within.