Mind & Body Programs

Daoist Qigong

Daoist qigong is a spiritual discipline that cultivates body and mind simultaneously. Originally called daoyin, which means ‘guiding the flow of internal energy (qi), it has been practiced for over two thousand years in China. Laozi, the founder of Daoism, was said to have been the first to practice techniques of conserving, gathering, cultivating, nourishing, and transforming energies that are the source of a healthy body and a clear mind. Read More…

Health & Well Being

Meridian Touch Japanese Qigong

with Jennifer O'Hara

May 6th—May 27th

Based on ancient Qigong exercises and Japanese Shiatsu exercises, Meridian Touch Japanese Qigong is a restorative series of movements that anyone can do. Continue »

Taoist Qigong Levels 1 & 2

with Shastri David Stone

June 1st—June 2nd

Cultivate strength of body and calmness of mind through the healing Taoist practice of QiGong. Take this rare opportunity to receive instruction in two unique lineages, the Pre-celestial Limitless Gate and Yiquan schools, rarely transmitted in the west. Continue »

Meridian Touch Japanese Qigong

with Jennifer O'Hara

June 3rd—June 24th

Based on ancient Qigong exercises and Japanese Shiatsu exercises, Meridian Touch Japanese Qigong is a restorative series of movements that anyone can do. Continue »

Meridian Touch Japanese Qigong

with Jennifer O'Hara

July 1st—July 29th

Film Screening: "The Human Element"

July 19th

Join us for a screening of THE HUMAN ELEMENT, which follows environmental photographer James Balog on his quest to highlight Americans on the frontlines of climate change, inspiring us to re-evaluate our relationship with the natural world. Continue »