Chinese Medicine Traveller

Bridging the World of Ancient Healing

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Fully Booked! 10-Day Health Cultivation and Internal Arts Retreat, Canmore, Alberta, April 7th-17th

Speaker: Dr. Suzanne Robidoux Translator: Course in English Location: Canmore, Alberta Date: April 7, 2017 For more information and to register, please email to ChineseMedicineTraveller@gmail.com

After a high demand, we have organized a 10-day seminar on Cultivating the Practitioners. Participants will learn the essence of Daoist energy work within the scope of Chinese medicine. They will learn Tai he Qi gong practice for nourishing the three energy centers in the body and set them off on a long path of energy work. They will also learn the second level of the Tai he which is a traditional clearing Qi Gong which helps to diminish and transform internal blockages. It is said that the cup must be emptied before it can be filled. In this practice, practitioners will receive the keys to unlock the physical and emotional blockages and obtain peace and clarity.

 

 

Participants will learn the practice of the most powerful internal martial arts of Ba Gua Zhang with standing and walking practices. They will have the chance to learn the health cultivation form of the Eight Mother Palms. This form can raise internal energy level while strengthening the root and Zhong Mai.

 

 

After an energizing morning practice, participants will spend the afternoon learning the classical Yuan Qi Classical Acupuncture Technique from Taiwan with 60 points for rapid pain relief, scalp acupuncture which combines different systems to cure various neurological and psychsomatic diseases, classical pulse taking and the Six Syndrome differentiation system to promote health and cure diseases, as well as multiple moxibustion techniques to revitalize and nourish the body.

 

Participants will have one day (Day 6th of the internship, April 12th) to explore the beautiful area of Canmore and a trip to Lake Louise will be organised. Places are now filled. Contact us to be part of our waiting list.