Seminar: Blossoms in the Spring Qigong

BITS1Learn a simple meditative qigong practice for healing and rejuvenation.

This ancient Taoist qigong is easy to learn but profound in its effects. It can be done sitting, standing, or even lying down, and is suitable for all levels of experience. We’ll learn the routine, practice together, drink tea, and learn about the place of qigong in Chinese medicine and healing.

Sunday April 21, 1-3 p.m.

Academy of Martial Arts
1570 Soquel Dr., Santa Cruz (across from Dominican Hospital)


It’s nice to know in advance if you’re coming, but preregistration is not required. Feel free to come and pay at the door.

We’ll be sitting on the floor during most of this workshop so dress comfortably and bring an appropriate sitting cushion. Some chairs are available for those who can’t sit on the floor.

Narrye Caldwell is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a 30 year practitioner of Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong, and a faculty member at Five Branches University. Her private practice includes classical feng shui, Chinese astrology, and shamanic healing, as well as acupuncture and herbology. She can be reached through her website at

For information: 408-489-8268

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