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  • Come and attend one of the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day celebrations on Saturday!
    Come and attend one of the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day celebrations on Saturday!
    Each year tens of millions of Tai Chi (Taiji) and Qigong enthusiasts around the world have been waiting for the World Tai Chi & Qigong Day’s arrival so they can get together with their fellow practitioners and exchange their experiences...
  • Be afraid -- be very afraid
    Be afraid -- be very afraid
    “Death is inevitable. But what is death?” asks Kelvin H. Chin, on his website, overcomingthefearofdeath.org. The answer seems to be, as far as he’s concerned, that death is anything you want it to be.“Each individual&rsquo...
  • Meditation Workshop w/ Zen Buddhist Monk
    Meditation Workshop with Zen Buddhist Monk - 4/20 - Kirkbridge Hall @ 7PM
    Is meditation primarily something to relieve stress and improve health?What is the spiritual dimension?Sokuzan Brown, a Zen Buddhist monk and abbot of Sokukoji Buddhist Temple and Monastery in Battle Creek, Michigan, will talk on this subject...
  • A non-evasive facelift
    Recent study says that plastic surgery can make you more 'likable'
    It seems like all the stars do it. Many more, when they have the funds do it, too. Why? It apparently makes folks more attractive. Likable, too. Now, there’s proof via a new study that says just that. “Facial rejuvenation” is...
  • Three great workshops by Wudang Master Chen are coming to St. Louis
    Three great workshops by Wudang Master Chen are coming to St. Louis
    Back by popular request of local Tai Chi (Taji) enthusiasts, Wudang (or Wu Dang) Master Tseng Yun Xiang (fondly known as Master Chen) is returning to St. Louis on May 15 to teach “A Daoist (Taoist) Road Map to Nourishing Life Seminar”,...
  • Riding the emotional waves
    Processing Pain With Meditation
    There are countless physical and psychological benefits to practicing yoga, but meditation can take healing to another level, It's all too easy to fall into unhealthy habits when it comes to dealing with pain and heartache. These feelings are...
  • Nature yoga
    Stretch
    Have you tried meditation yet? Oprah and Deepak are offering another free 21-day guided meditation series called, Manifesting True Success and it isn’t too late to experience a week or so of this series. Recently, while I was listening to...
  • Time to sign up for the Tai Chi Gala program
    Time to sign up for the Tai Chi Gala program
    Whether you are completely new to Tai Chi (Taiji) or any Chinese healing or martial art, or if you are experienced, there’s something at Tai Chi Gala for you to learn and enjoy. This year Tai Chi Gala will be hosted in Albany, New York, on...
  • Bright Path Meditation Retreat
    Unexpected Health Benefits of Meditation
    What’s the deal with meditation these days!? It seems that no matter who I talk to; whether they’re business people or stay at home moms, everyone is raving about how meditation has changed their life. What gives?The bottom line is...
  • IIQTC Brings Qigong and Tai Chi to Veterans
    IIQTC Brings Qigong and Tai Chi to Veterans
    The Institute of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi (IIQTC) directed by Dr. Roger Jahnke, OMD, has benefited veterans across the country and its success continues to grow. The IIQTC trains Qigong and Tai Chi (Taiji) teachers and has recently released...
  • calming-meditation
    Yoga calms arthritis tension and inflammation
    When it hurts to walk, kneel, lean, lift or simply move, the thought of exercise can become frightening. However, gentle exercise from programs such as yoga can effectively help alleviate painful symptoms. According to experts, the relaxation and...
  • Gather your tools to connect spiritually.
    7 techniques for your spiritual toolkit
    Spiritual health is one component of living a holistically balanced and well life. As more people define themselves as spiritual seekers, a connection to the higher aspects of consciousness becomes an integral part of self-care and daily routines...
  • Merton - the mystic
    Arguments against meditation and the mystic
    Recently a student queried me about an article written by an Anglican clergystating that people from his tradition should not practice yoga, and indicating that yoga was in some way worshipping Hindu gods. As an advocate of interfaith dialog, I...
  • Balancing our lives
    Balancing our lives
    We have all read, heard or experienced the ‘what if’ part of life. This is one of the most difficult parts when we are no longer able to go take care of ‘it’ for ourselves. “What if’s’, goals and ambitions...
  • Treasured companions
    Treasured companions
    Our treasured companions, you know the one’s who are there to listen (without taking sides, provide one of the best sounding boards or just understanding nods). Each of us have times when caring about our very best friend is above the...
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