(Listed alphabetically by presenter’s last name. Updated July 22, 2012.)
Allen, Debra Lin – Presenter
A Healer’s Guide To Qigong Therapeutics
Medical Qigong practitioner Debra Lin Allen shares valuable qigong exercises to relieve physical discomfort and accelerate the healing of patients and clients who are actively engaged in therapeutic programs with medical qigong and other health care practitioners. This workshop emphasizes easy-to-learn-and-remember self-practices that restore balance in our qi physiology and boost our natural healing abilities through cultivating and strengthening kidney essence, activating lymphatic drainage to clean the blood and strengthen bone marrow, restoring proper Kan and Li (Fire and Water Elements) harmony in the Triple Heater to improve respiration, cardiovascular circulation and our body’s assimilation and use of nutrients from our food, harmonizing the body’s use of qi in the 5 Element organs and musculoskeletal system, and quieting and regulating the mind to participate in the healing process. Mp3 audio recordings of these qigong exercises will be emailed to requesting participants.
BIO: Debra Lin Allen. From Denver, Colorado, Debra maintains an active practice of medical qigong, Qigong Lifestyle® and Chi Nutrition SM coaching, organizational qigong consulting, and qigong training in the mastery of self-healing and for clinical qigong healing practitioner and professional qigong instruction certification. She also serves as a director on the board and the Secretary of the National Qigong Association, vice-chairperson of the Outreach and Regional Committees and a Professional Certification Committee member. Her personal qigong practice spans over 47 years. Debra generously shares her joy and is regarded as a keenly perceptive healer, teacher and guide, with a widely open heart and fearless spirit. When you join Debra in qigong and self-discovery, life fills with boundless creativity and fulfillment.
Anderl, Christopher – Presenter
Integral Qigong & Taiji: Practices for Renewal, Realignment, Rebirth
Weather and location permitting, we will take ourselves outside to practice techniques of body-mind-spirit integration. The Earth, Sky (Heavens), and all other Elements of Nature and Chinese Energy Medicine will inform our awareness as we start with basic physical practices and move to more subtle, spirit levels. We will utilize both the Mountain energy of volcanic Mt. Hood (rising over 11,000 ft.), and the powerful Water energy of the mighty Columbia River, both adjacent to our conference location. In addition to written instructions, a 1.5 hour cinematically beautiful, High Definition instructional DVD covering all aspects of this practice is available.
BIO: Christopher Anderl. Chris is a poet-shaman who teaches through his own creative blend of practices from sources as diverse as Master Hua Ching Ni, Xie Ling-Yuen (the first wilderness poet), Henry Thoreau, and listening to mountains, streams, trees and butterflies. His teaching style is playful, creative, and insightful, and may be described as “Zen Daoist Poetry In Motion.” He has also produced an inspiring instructional DVD: www.Tai-Chi-Videos.com
Bouguyon, Chris – Presenter
Smiling Heart Qigong – Elderly Care Renewal and Rebirth
By 2050 the American aged population is expected to double to over 88.5 million. Senior and assisted living communities are one of the fastest growing business sectors with state regulators mandating wellness programs be integrated into their weekly programming. Chris Bouguyon has been developing the Smiling Heart Qigong program for over 18 years, working with independent, assisted, nursing and beginning to advanced memory care populations. Explore what it takes to work with this very special population to meet their physical, mental and emotional needs. Learn the physiology behind the techniques and the psychology of a successful program.
BIO: Chris Bouguyon. PTSD beginning at age 5; chronic pain beginning at 17, Chris knows firsthand the power of qigong healing to free the body, mind and spirit. He began training in 1977 and in 2003 founded Simply Aware. A service company dedicated to helping people find their true, best selves: physically, mentally and emotionally.
Dello Joio, Vicki – Presenter
The Three Gates of Enlightenment: Wisdom, Joy and Abundance
What would your life look like if Joy, the ability to live life fully in all its abundance, were the starting place for every choice you made? This experiential and playful workshop explores qi practices to awaken your wisdom and inspiration (gathered from the Heaven realm/shen), ignite your heart’s passion and joy (expressed through the Human realm/qi) and open the floodgates to your resources and wealth (grounded by the Earth realm/jing). You will also learn the Three Gates of Enlightenment, an empowering qigong standing form that beautifully embodies this year’s conference theme of “Renewal – Realignment – Rebirth”.
BIO: Vicki Dello Joio. Vicki is the author of The Way of Joy, is a teacher, speaker and performing artist. Integrating her 40 years of qigong practice with other martial arts as well as her work in Yoga, Feldenkreis, Powerful Non-Defensive Communication™, and theatre, Vicki has developed a dynamic set of tools to increase awareness, transform obstacles into opportunities and enhance creative potential.
Garripoli, Francesco – Presenter
Qigong: A Tool For Personal Empowerment
Besides Qigong classification as a healing modality, we many times forget that the key function of Qigong is in the area of personal empowerment. This workshop will present a wide variety of interactive Qigong exercises from both Buddhist and Taoist schools, taking a deeper look at the empowering messages ancient Masters embedded in the moving form. Empowerment predicates itself on healing that is transformative, freeing, and enduring. This class is open to all levels.
BIO: Francesco Garri Garripoli. Francesco is a wellness advocate, lecturer, and CEO/Founder of WujiTech, an international software design firm. He is a Qigong instructor who left a full, university pre-med scholarship in the mid-1970s to study under an 81 year-old energy-healing Master in an Hawaiian clinic while also learning traditional Hawaiian culture. Francesco studied for years in China under renowned Masters and is the author of “Qigong – Essence of the Healing Dance” and “Tao of the Ride”. Francesco is past Chairman of the National Qigong Association and current Chairman of the non-profit Qigong Institute research organization. His instructional Qigong DVDs that feature him with Daisy Lee are respected around the world. Visit www.WujiProductions.com for more information on his Qigong work.
Giamboi, Gary: Presenter
Realigning Your Breath to Your Purpose
It is not by coincidence that the NQA’s current vision statement is Promoting health through breath, movement and intention. As you can see, breath is listed as the first among equals!
In this workshop, we will learn how to use our physical diaphragm to propel our Buddhist Breath (commonly misnamed Belly Breathing) instead of our abdominal muscles. Next, we will learn how to use our abdominal muscles to enable Daoist or Reverse Breathing. We will also explore the reasons why one method may be more appropriate than another method for certain common goals.
We will end our session with learning the skill of varying our inhalations and exhalations by altering their duration, sequencing and timing to help achieve our goals.
BIO: Gary Giamboi: Gary Giamboi has been studying the Eastern Arts since 1969. In 1994, he founded The Institute of Asian Arts in order to share all that he had learned. He has studied and taught Qigong, Martial Arts and Yoga in many countries on three continents, made several DVDs including two in Japan and has written many articles on all things Asian. He is a National Qigong Association Level IV Instructor and a member of their Board of Directors; a lineage holder of the Taishan Guangdong Chen Weigun Wushu Federation and an initiated disciple of I Liq Chuan; a disciple of Yogiraj Swami Bua Maharaja of Hatha Yoga; and a Yoga Alliance E-55RYT; a personal student of Grandmaster Shoto Tanemura with the Titles of Kyoshi (Teaching Master) and Shibu-Cho (Regional Director); and rank of Ryokudan (6th Degree Black Belt in several arts); a National Academy of Sports Medicine certified Personal Trainer.
Gyomber, Jan: Presenter
Tai Chi (Taijiquan) as Qigong
Qigong or Tai Chi? Why not both?! Combined practice brings improved focus and functionality to your Qigong, and enlivens your Tai Chi with enhanced energy flow. Participants will learn about and experience the body’s three main energy centers and five main energy gates. We will introduce the concepts of “active relaxation”, physical and energetic alignment, and coordinated breathing. We will apply basic Qigong concepts to easy Tai Chi movements. This enjoyable class can serve as an introduction to either of these arts or lead to a deeper understanding of both.
BIO: Jan Gyomber. an Gyomber has been an exercise and wellness consultant for over 25 years. He began studying Taijiquan and Qigong in 1993. He has won 3 gold medals in national competitions in 2005, 2006 and 2009 for Yang style Taijiquan and Liu He Ba Fa. He is a National Qigong Association Certified Level III advanced instructor and is a member of the NQA Board of Directors. Jan is a certified Tai Chi for Arthritis instructor since 2009 and a member of Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan Association and is the developer of the Simplified Assisted Energy Field Enhancement Technique (SAEFET) .
Hubatch, Gayl: Presenter
Extraordinary Vessel Qigong As A Continuum for Renewal.
Extraordinary vessel qigong is for physical, emotional and spiritual healing. Qigong renews core energies, rebuilds reserves and realigns the template of qi to stabilize the bodymind. Qigong with intent on reservoirs and trajectories of extraordinary vessels, transforms emotions or fixed attitudes. A brief lecture on Vessel theory and guided practice will instill learning through movement. Qigong practice will be taught for each vessel pair: 1) Dai/Yang Wei – Clearing exterior and securing heaven/earth; 2) Yin & Yang Qiao – Left/right balance and stability; 3) Chong/Yin Wei – Emotional ease balances digestion/hormones; 4) Ren/Du – Central vessels provide integration.
BIO: Gayl Hubatch. Doctor or Oriental medicine and author of Fabric of the Soul 8 Extraordinary Vessels, Gayl is certified to teach taichi/qigong and yoga. She leads weekly tai chi/qigong classes. A practitioner and instructor since 1988, Dr. Hubatch has taught Chinese medicine at colleges, universities and privately, throughout the U.S. and in Canada. Gayl is also a licensed CE provider, massage therapist, and Avatar® master.
Imbody, Eric: Presenter
Intention, or Yi, is the faculty of mind that guides the generation, circulation and balancing of Qi. Often Qigong instructors will speak of intention when teaching but will neglect to specifically teach what it is or how to develop it. This workshop will explore the concept of intention from the idea of Water mind to Quantum physics perspectives. We will also experience the use of intention through Qigong practice. Additional suggestions to develop the building blocks of intention such as mindfulness and imagery will be provided.
BIO: Eric Imbody. Eric has studied 35 forms of Qigong over the last 30 years. He has taught about 5000 class sessions in health clubs, colleges, senior centers, wellness programs and privately. Eric has trained with masters including Ken Cohen, Yu Xiang Tseng, Yuanming Zhang and Madame Gao Fu. Eric is on the NQA Board of Directors and he is a Psychotherapist and a Life Coach.
Johnson, Mark: Presenter
Integrated Qigong: Which includes Renewal, Realignment and Rebirth
We first discuss and exercise our physical bodies, including lymphatic detox, cellular stimulation, stretching and opening of all our joints. Then we discuss and exercise our meridian/energetic body, including purging and stimulating our meridian flow, followed by stimulating 18 of our most useful acupuncture points. After this we discuss and exercise our auric body (chakra system), including detoxing and stimulation of all 9 vortexes. We then discuss and do an exercise that allows our 3 bodies (physical, energetic and auric) to integrate. We then leave the workshop in a state of euphoria.
BIO: Mark Johnson. Mark has over 45 years experience in Tai Ji, Qigong, Feng Shui, and I Ching. He has sold over 600,000 Tai chi videos and has officiated over 50 Tai Chi tournaments. He has taught Francis Ford Coppola, Tom Cruise, Nicolas Cage, Patrick Swayze, Mickey Rourke and many others. He is one of the founders of the NQA and has just authored the book: “Life is Divine Play”.
Ivy, Kimberly: Presenter
Core Principles & Practice of Zhan Zhuang & Chan Si Gong
Zhan Zhuang (Standing Meditation) is a powerful tool useful for a wide variety of martial, healing or meditative practices. In this session Kim will coach participants in correct body alignment, weight distribution, relaxation and mind components of this basic practice. THe session will continue with straightforward methods to cultivate awareness and energy in the lower dantien and then in Chan Si Gong (silk reeling or coiling energy). This workshop is an excellent chance for practitioners of all levels to experience a simple and effective way to interconnect body, breath and mind into a deep experience of strength and flow.
BIO: Kimberly Ivy has been training in the martial arts, Taijiquan and Qigong since 1978. She holds black belts in Judo and Aikido, is ranked 6th Duan Wei in Taijiquan and is certified in many forms of Qigong. She founded Embrace the Moon Taijiquan in Seattle in 1995 and has the good fortune of sharing her practice and teaching passion full time.
Kolbe, Jessica: Presenter
Ancient and Modern Animal Frolics
Embody the spirits and traits of real and mythical animals in this experiential workshop. As instructors and practitioners, reenergize your practice with these playful exercises created specifically for optimal health for our organs, muscles and imaginations. We will go over the symbolism of each animal and the physical benefit of each exercise. Feel a sense of renewal as Dragon, swimming in the rainbow. Realign your body as Snake, coiling up the column. Experience rebirth as we become the Phoenix Rising. Embody courage as Tiger, inner stillness as Crane, grounded-ness of Bear and more.
BIO: Jessica Kolbe. Jessica is a Level 3 IIQTC Qigong instructor based in Santa Barbara, CA. She is also a senior teacher trainer for the IIQTC. Jessica focuses on connecting with all the healing energies of nature around us. It is from here we love and connect with our bodies, minds and spirits. Read more about Jessica at www.qigongsb.com
Mason, Susan: Presenter and assistants.
Renew, Revitalize and Rejuvenate Your Life and the Lives of Those Around you
Explanation and demonstration of Qi, the vital life-force that surrounds, penetrates and circulates within all things. We begin by explaining what Qi is, how to collect it from food, air and water; how to cultivate it through breathing exercises and how to circulate it through posture. Ashida Kim assisted by Frank A. Dux will teach through participation the Unbendable Arm and Iron Bar meditation, plus basic principles of the Three Treasures of Shun Shen Tao, (Qi, Jing and Shen) to awaken and develop internal strength for health and longevity, and to help others. CEUs available.
BIO: Susan Mason, owner of Awakening Health & Consciousness, has worked in the healing arts since 1988 and with earth energies since 1981. She has practiced the Silva Method, Crystal Chakra Balancing, massage, Reiki, Ek’Kan, and Flower Essence Healing. She has worked extensively in the fields of radionics (Dr. Ruth Drown’s) and biofeedback research and practice. She has gathered personal experiences from Australian indigenous and Native Americans which she used to open others up to the magic around them. Susan is the holder of a first degree black belt in Qigong Therapy, which she teaches through video and in person.
Paruszkiewicz, Gary F.: Presenter
Therapeutic Tai Chi In-a-Chair
This is a participation presentation, where you will join in on the exercise routine that has been developed for people of all ages and abilities. The program consists of gentle stretching exercises from Qigong (adapted from the Ba Dua Jin sequence) performed while seated, and a short 9 movement form of Therapeutic Tai Chi that can be performed standing or while seated; and finishes with an adapted Yoga “Sun Salutation” sequence. The program has been developed for people with standing/balance issues by Gary Paruszkiewicz with input and guidance from medical and rehabilitation specialists.
BIO: Gary Paruszkiewicz. Gary is a former chef, who was diagnosed with MS in 1991. He went from using a wheelchair and walking support devices along with numerous medicines as daily therapy to where he is now: No longer using a wheelchair and free of all MS medication, with daily practice of Tai Chi and Qi Gong. He has been featured in numerous publications, and was honored as a “Top Twenty Person with MS Who Inspire Us”, by the National MS Foundation.
Rinaldini, Michael: Presenter
Intensive Practice: Qigong, Meditation and Silence
In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to go deeper into the experience of stillness and healing through qigong and meditation. Alternating between 15 minute periods of sitting meditation, short periods of qigong: circle walking, animal frolics, etc., emphasizing stillness, silence and movement. The meditation practice, Zuowang (sitting in forgetfulness), is an “ancient qigong and Daoist cultivation to regulate and balance Qi circulation within the meridians, tone the kidneys, recover the essence, and nourish the brain, and r educe physical and mental fatigue.” (Chinese Medical Qigong, 2010) In profound practices, we experience/discover the sources of renewal, realignment and rebirth.
BIO: Michael Rinaldini. Michael, (Lichang Dao), Qigong Teacher, a Dragon Gate Daoist priest, and founder of American Dragon Gate Lineage. He is a National Qigong Association Level IV Certified Qigong Teacher, and a Certified Senior Qigong Teacher by Master Wan Sujian, China. He offers a 100 hour Qigong certification Program, and priest trainings and ordination in the American Dragon Gate Lineage. www.dragongateqigong.com
Seeber, Sandy, Beverly Isley-Landreth and Alan Graham: Presenters (Three Treasures Taiji)
8 Energy Circle Walking
Historically every culture has developed some form of circle walking as a means of achieving harmony with the ever changing cycle of growth, decline and rebirth in nature. If we resist this natural flow, our energies become blocked, and we are cut off from the primary source of our renewal. The 8 postures of this simple form are based on the 8 fundamental energies of the I Ching. Regular practice of this form dissolves blockages and realigns us with the healing and restorative qi field, allowing us to continually rebirth ourselves by being completely and fully in the now. In this workshop you will be introduced to the basic principles of circle walking, the 8 postures, and the practice of circle walking as a meditation in silence as well as to world music from circle walking traditions.
BIO: Sandy Seeber. Sandy is a writer, teacher, counselor, healer, workshop leader, and retreat facilitator. Her special interest lies in helping others move toward healing and wholeness by making esoteric wisdom practical, accessible, and useful to people in everyday life. She uses an integrative approach to healing and holds many certifications in body mind modalities such as Tai Chi and Qigong, Healing Touch, Energy Psychology, Labyrinth Facilitation, and the Enneagram.
Shurman, Cari: Presenter
Kids and Qigong = Focus, Self-Esteem and Peace
Kid of all ages love the flowing movements, breathing and visualization of qigong. It helps them re-center, relax and realign, both physically and emotionally. A class of kids doing qigong is focused and cooperative. There is a renewed sense of self-esteem. Qigong is a welcome break from the stresses of their day. They say it is like leaving school, going to a beautiful place. Simplified qigong moves can be used by teachers and parents, whenever needed to enhance the learning, focus and well-being of our children. What can be better than a child who says: “It makes me feel happy!”.
BIO: Cari Shurman. For 10 years, Cari has trained teachers in NYC, Chicago, and Miami to use flowing Qigong movements to help release tension and improve focus. Her program is practiced in the US and around the world through her CDs and DVDs. Cari participates in workshops on contemplative activities in education, the role of movement in the classroom and qigong for health.
Sweigart, Matthew and David Goetz: Presenters
Taoveda Qigong Yoga Flow
In this vibrant experiential workshop, with Matthew Sweigart, AOBTA® Certified Instructor and David Goetz, CMT, Certified Yoga Instructor, participants will be guided through breath, movement, posture, stillness, affirmation and imagery into a felt sense of Medicine Wheel of Meridian Energy. An exploration of Yin/Yang, Elemental and Somatic functions yields a state of balanced well-being. Practitioners of Qigong, Acupuncture and Acupressure will experience Meridian Channels as manifestations of a vibrant Medicine Wheel gaining valuable insight to inform their personal practice. Taoveda Qigong Yoga Flow is also excellent for client education, offering accessible, functional applications of Meridian Energy Flow in a daily exercise format. In cultivating Meridian Qi through Taoveda Qigong Yoga Flow, all systems of Body, HeartMind and Spirit are purified, nourished and energized.
BIOS: 1) Matthew Sweigart began his healing journey in 1985 with a Macrobiotic Dietary transition and the study and practice of Japanese Shiatsu through the Ohashi Institute, NYC where he was on Senior Faculty for 15 years. Learning personal qi cultivation with dozens of various Qigong, Yoga and Native American ritual elders brought forth in Matthew a direct experience of the Medicine Wheel of Meridian Energy, through which HeartMind Bodywork and the Taoveda Qigong Yoga Flow system was developed. He is co-founder/director of the HeartMind Bodywork Training programs.
2) David Goetz has been practicing Qigong, Yoga and Meditation for more than 30 years. With a degree in Comparative Religion, and Knowledge as his foundation, his life has led him on a journey of personal cultivation and discovery. He is a graduate of the Boulder College of Massage Therapy, the Core Power Yoga Teacher Training, and owner director of the Bodywork Bistro wellness center in Boulder, CO. He is co-founder/director of the HeartMind Bodywork Training programs.
Towler, Solala: Keynote
The Daoist (Taoist) Roots of Qigong
Many modern practitioners of qigong have little or no knowledge of Daoism, which is the root of the qigong practice we do, as well as many meditation, medicine and nei dan practices. I feel that learning something about this root tradition will empower both practitioners and teachers in their own practice and also deepen what they are passing on to their students and fellow qigong practitioners. This talk with give the group a good foundation on the philosophy and practices of Daoism, a five thousand year tradition in China. This will be a power point presentation. Daoism has a very rich and interesting history and this talk with be lively and fun!
BIO: Solala Towler has been editor/publisher of The Empty Vessel: The Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice since 1993. He has had eleven books published and his work has been translated into Dutch, French and Spanish. He is one of the founding board members of the NQA as well as past President. He has taught qigong and Daoist meditation for 23 years. Solala has been a student of the Eastern philosophy since 1969 and leads yearly tours to visit Daoist temples in the sacred mountains of China. He has also recorded four CDs of music for qigong, taiji, meditation, yoga and relaxation.
Wu, Zhongxian: Presenter
Fire Dragon 12 Meridian Qigong
This traditional Qigong form embodies the spirit of the rising dragon, an auspicious symbol of transformation in Chinese culture. The rising dragon represents the rebirth of new life energy. Regular practice of this form establishes free flowing Qi in the 12 meridian systems of the body and helps transform areas of stagnation This workshop will help participants merge with the year of the Water Dragon Qi, and help support the great global transformation that will occur in 2012.
BIO: Zhongxian Wu is the recognized lineage holder of various forms of classical Qigong, Taiji and martial arts. He synthesizes wisdom and experience for beginning and advanced practitioners, as well as for patients seeking healing in his professionally designed workshops. He has authored 9 published books on Qigong, Taiji and other martial arts. Please visit www.masterwu.net for further details.
Ying Yang: Presenter
Six Healing Sounds Qigong
Using musically timed intervals and audio markers to signal the changes between inhalation and exhalation, Ms. Yang has created a unique musical program to help teach, and to deepen the practice of the ancient Six Healing Sounds Qigong exercise. For each sound, Ying has composed meditation music centered around the chordal tonality of the sound. Practitioners are taught correct methods for effortlessly vocalizing the sounds, and participate with the music by chanting the sounds along with the music, which has its own healing benefits!
BIO: Ying Yang was the featured solo instrumentalist for the Chinese National Song and Dance Ensemble, the premier traditional music troupe in China. A longtime qigong practitioner, Ying has taught Six Healing Sounds qigong at Kripalu Yoga Center, national tai chi events in the United States and at the May Clinic/University of Chicago Annual Conference on Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Yang Yang: Keynote
Qigong As A Continual Process of Rebirth
In the spirit of the conference theme, Dr. Yang will address renewal of the essence of traditional qigong training (that wuji is the mother of taiji, that static qigong is the foundation of moving qigong), realignment in the sense of adapting traditional qigong pedagogy to western medical, economic, and social structures, and a greater understanding and rebirth of qigong made possible by new developments in science and medicine.
BIO: Yang Yang. A healing experience helped Dr. Yang Yang find his life’s work. He was born with a congenital heart defect and doctors warned his family that without surgery he might die. Yet his family , who were mired in the poverty and desperation of the Cultural Revolution, could not afford the recommended surgery. As a last hope, an uncle suggested that Yang, then 12 years old, try Taiji and Qigong to improve his health. It worked. His health and strength improved quickly and dramatically. He developed a deep appreciation for these arts and a desire to teach others. Dr. Yang went on to train with several top Taiji and Qigong Grandmasters in China. To understand the power and mechanics of Taiji and Qigong beyond traditional explanatory frameworks, Master Yang also completed a doctorate degree in Kinesiology, and he published several scientific papers of original research on the mechanisms and benefits of Taiji and Qigong in Peer-reviewed journals. A leading Advocate of Taiji and Qigong research and practice, he has lectured at many top clinics and medical research and health organizations including: The Mayo Clinic, The Cleveland Clinic, Harvard Medical School, the National Institutes of Health, and the American Public Health Association. Yang is currently the founding director of the Center for Taiji & Qigong Studies, NY and is teaching staff and patients at Memorial Sloan -Kettering Cancer Center in NY.
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