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- Dr. Mehmet Oz
The National Qigong Association is the premier membership organization for qigong. Be a part of the Qi Flow and the Qi Excitement that is moving through our country. The mission of the NQA is "Enhancing and nourishing the quality of life through Qigong for all."
The NQA Offers Members a Conference Scholarship
The Board of Directors and the Membership Committee have created the Janet Sullivan Conference Scholarship Fund. Offering half and full tuition scholarships for our annual national conference, this fund was created to honor our past president Janet Sullivan’s memory and her dedication to the NQA. This scholarship is made possible through the generous contributions of NQA members and friends of Janet. Read more...
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NQA Conference News:
- Qigong Contact Name Greg Hegi Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Phone 763-213-7692 Event Location Northwest Metro V.A. Clinic 7545 Veterans Drive Ramsey, MN 55303 Event Date Every Thursday Start Time 10:30 A.m. End Time Noon Brief Event Description Qigong Healing session for veterans, their families, loved ones & friends.
- DYNAMIC QI CULTIVATION STUDY, THEORY AND PRACTICE Contact Name Ruthann Braccini Contact Email email@example.com Contact Phone 928-215-5364 Event Location 1835 W. STATE RT 89A, SEDONA ARIZONA Event Date 02/20-02/22/2015 Start Time 09:00 AM End Time 04:00 PM Web site with event info http://www.mindbodymovementarts.com/events.html Brief Event Description Toms experience in both healing and Internal Martial Arts offers a unique perspective into movement modalities that unite mind and body..... Join us for this very exciting 3 day event ! *Philosophical and Theoretical ...
- QiTalks :: a monthly tele-seminar QiTalks, the NQA's monthly tele-seminar series. Call in and join us each month as we present leaders from the world of the Energetic Arts for an hour of information, discussion and Q & A. Each talk is scheduled on a Thursday evening from 8:30 - 9:30 PM EDT. Register for QiTalks Exclusive NQA Member Benefit QiTalk Archives: Listen all our previous ...
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