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Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

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0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.

Community Tai Ji / Qi Gong

()
0 - 12:00am

 Internal Energy & Medical Qi Gong

FRIDAYS 6:00 - 7:00 pm
SATURDAYS 8:00 - 9:00 am

INSTRUCTOR - Master Zhu Xilin

In this course students will learn Qi on an experimental level. Students will discover many aspects of this primal power through traditional coordinated movement. How to sense, increase, manipulate, and locate Qi, as well as finding its source, are some of the areas explored in this class. This class will introduce the concepts of energy terms, the principle of energy flowing, and techniques of practices. The class will also introduce the medical application of Qi Gong including strengthening acupuncture meridians and internal organs. The theory of Qi Gong practice is based on Taiji, Yin and Yang, Five Elements and I Ching.

FREE TO STUDENTS AFTER THEIR 30 HOUR REQUIREMENT

The Public is welcome to participate - $5.00 Per Class

Extra hours above requirements can be used for credit for missed hours for CSTCM students.

Master Zhu Xilin (Drew),is originally from Beijing, China. He has learned and practiced Taiji Martial Arts from two international well know Taiji masters, Wang Peisheng (the President of Wu Style Taiji Martial Arts Association) and Shi Ming (featured in Bill Moyer's PBS series "Healing and the Mind-the mystery of Qi") since 1982, He has also worked as a researcher and instructor in the Chinese Qigong Science and Research Center for 8 years in China. He was invited to the U.S. to teach masters level Taiji Martial Arts in many states, and was accepted by the American Scientific Society for his brain map test by Lexicor Medical Technology published in the Journal of Neurotherapy in Fall/Winter 1996. Now his program of internal energy work and medical Qi Gong are used as a credit program at Southwest Acupuncture College and part of Taiji Project 2000 at the Colorado University Health and Fitness Center.