Swimming Dragon is an elegantly designed Taoist qigong method from Hua Mountain. As well as nourishing the qi and opening the channels it is especially good for the spine, the endocrine and lymphatic systems. With regular practice it strengthens the kidneys, promotes organ health, nourishes the skin and regulates weight.
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Seated Eight Sections of Broacade Instructor: Harrison Moretz This seated qigong method is a traditional Taoist practice for health and vitality. Useful for health and vitality in general, this set also enhances meditation practice and[...]
Taoist Silent Meditation Retreat Taoist Meditation combines spiritual cultivation and the nourishment of physical health and vitality. The juxtaposition of these two aspects results in a potent system of practice. This retreat will include detailed[...]
Hunyuan Gong Intensive Instructor: Harrison Moretz Hun Yuan Gong is the most important of the Qigong methods in the Hun Yuan system. This method gathers Qi from the environment and uses it to augment our[...]
Winter Yang Sheng Retreat Instructor; Harrison Moretz Yang Shèng is the art and science of nourishing life, living in accord with nature. As we move into the winter season it becomes especially important to pay[...]
Instructor: Harrison Moretz A playful exploration of the movement, qi, and spirit of the five animals. A classic qigong method transmitted from the famous Han dynasty physician Hua Tuo, the five animal frolics are[...]
Instructor: Harrison Moretz An exploration of the mechanisms underlying gigong including The eight methods; posture, movement, breath, intent, visualization, massage, time/place, sound and their practical implementation. This retreat will provide an opportunity for immersive practice[...]
Chinese New Year Celebration You and your guests are cordially invited to attend Taoist Studies Institute’s 2015 Chinese New Year Celebration Welcome the Year of the Goat Fundraising Dinner & Auction held at the[...]
Yang Shèng is the art and science of nourishing life, living in accord with nature. As we move into the winter season it becomes especially important to pay attention to storing and nourishing. This retreat will include Yang Shèng cooking and foods with emphasis on seasonal appropriateness. Practices presented will include; Qigong for health and longevity, napping and sleeping Qigong as well as Yang Shèng theory.Daily practice.
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Dance at TSI
Sunday October 26th 7 -9pm
Threshold Ensemble Presents
Spiritual Life in the Material World
Come tell your story & watch it enacted spontaneously through theatre and music on stage
Every Friday evening from 6-8pm
instructor: Joan Laage
Experience training methods towards a supple body and mind, and investigate aesthetics common to butoh through creative explorations. This course is a process of erasing and re-creating the body through guided improvisation largely inspired by nature imagery.
Stick and Ruler
Every Monday Evening from 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Stick & ruler sets are available to borrow during class or for purchase from the Bookstore.
Starting November 5th
Fang Song Gong
Every Wednesday Morning from 9:00am - 10:00am
Every Wednesday Morning from 10:00am - 11:00am
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Potluck: Movie Night
November 29th starting at 6:30pm
Everyone is welcome
This is a potluck get together so bring something to share for dinner or a snack and beverage for the movie.
So sit back and enjoy a classic movie with us!
Chinese New Year Celebration
You and your guests are cordially invited to attend Taoist Studies Institute’s