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Therapeutic Taiji December 2013

posted Jan 30, 2014, 2:04 PM by Andy Huang   [ updated Oct 24, 2014, 12:34 PM by College Taiji Admin ]
The Therapeutic Taiji (Tai-chi) Qigong seminar was held on Dec. 7-8, 2013 in Southern California

Location: California State University Los Angeles
                King Hall, B4017               9am -4pm

Seminar Number:  CEU 1301 & CEU 1302
Title:        Therapeutic Taiji (Tai-chi) Qigong

Instructor: (by family name, in alphabetical order)      
                Frank Chang, DAOM, L.Ac.,Professor, UEWM
                Eric L. Kohatsu  Ph.D., Assoc. Professor, CSULA
                Andy, Huang, L.Ac, Secretary, USCTF
                Jason Tsou, Professor, UCLA, CSULB, UEWM
                Chi-hsiu D Weng, Ph.D., Dean, College of Tai Chi,                          
                      
UEWM; Professor, SJSU; President USCTF
 


12/7/13, CEU1301     9am -4pm
Classification of Taiji & Qigong for healing and wellness
The 7 essential Taiji techniques combined with Qigong

12/8/13, CEU1302     9am -4pm
Applications of Taiji/Qigong on help healing stress, discomfort of upper limb, lower limb with variety of footwork for better balance and motor ability 
 
Payment of Fee: $150  Paid by Cash or Check*

Please pay by:    11/30/13 to reserve seat

 

*Check payable to:

USCTF

Mail to: PO Box 1221, Cupertino Ca 95014

 
Contact person:   Frank Chang;
Coordinator:         Jason Tsou;
email:                   drcweng@aol.com

Tel:    408-836-3459 or 213-923-5003

 
Sign-up was done by clicking at Events Schedule above

General Parking

  • Visitors with guest passes: Park in lot designated on the pass.
  • Visitors with reservations: check in at parking kiosk for parking in Lot 4.
  • Visitors without passes: park in areas with permit dispensers or meters (top level, Parking Structure C; all levels,
  • Parking Structure A; Lot 2; Lot 5; Lot 7).
  • NOTE: Permits/passes must be displayed at all times. Questions? Call Parking Administration, (323) 343-3704.

Navigating King Hall

King Hall has 4 wings:

  1. - Southwest (nearest to Kennedy Library)
  2. - Southeast (nearest to Engineering and Technology)
  3. - Northeast (nearest to Lot 7)
  4. - Northwest (nearest to Lot 5)
  • Rooms in the middle corridor are associated with whatever wing they abut.
  • There are 6 floors, B (for Basement) to 5.
  • If the room assignment has 3 digits, then the room is in the Basement.
  • If the room has 4 digits, then it is on an upper floor.
  • Examples: D140 is in the D Wing Basement, and C4069 is in the C Wing Fourth Floor.
Map of King Hall, CSULA 
12/7/13, CEU1301     9am -4pm
Classification of Taiji & Qigong for healing and wellness
The 7 essential Taiji techniques combined with Qigong


8:30am
      Sign in     Professor Jason Tsou, Director; Dr. Eric L. Kohatsu, Dr. FrankChang, Coordinators

9:00am      Andy Huang L.Ac., Secretary, USCTF

The trend of Taiji for Healing - literature review and testimonies

9:30am      Dr. Chi-hsiu D. Weng, President

Basic drills of Taiji exercise for healing;

Introduction of Three Inner Combinations (mind, gi, and force) of Tai-chi principle used in techniques.

10:30am    Break

10:40am    Dr. Chi-hsiu D. Weng, President, USCTF

Therapeutic Tai-chi techniques.Examples of stationary meditation and moving meditation(I).

Cross Arms, Cloud Hands, Carry Tiger Back to the Mountain, Grasping Bird’s Tail

12:10pm    Lunch Break

1:00pm      Professor Jason Tsou

Will discuss Taiji movements and how they relate to body harmony.  Physical and mental problems will be considered within the context of maintaining Yin/Yang balance and developing a better understanding of the uses of the Five Element Theory in dealing with pain and stress reduction. 

2:30pm    Break 

2:40pm    Dr. Chi-hsiu D Weng, President, USCTF

Theory and observation of Cardio Tai-chi routine for obesity and cardio-vascular disease

4:00pm    Break for next day


12/8/13, CEU1302     9am -4pm
Applications of Taiji/Qigong on help healing stress, discomfort  of upper limb ,lower limb with variety of footwork for better balance and motor ability 

9:00am     Professor Jason Tsou

Balance & Relaxation Skills of Body, mind in Taiji practice. Specific movements will be analyzed and discussed in terms of how they relate to the five elements as they connect to internal organs and how to improve communication between the conscious mind and the autonomic nervous system as part of obtaining the goal of better internal/external balance.

10:30am    Break

10:40am    Dr. Chi-hsiu D Weng, President, USCTF

Therapeutic Tai-chi techniques .Examples of stationary meditation and moving meditation (II).

Step Back and Repulse Monkey, Open the Window to View the Moon,

Golden Rooster Stands on One Leg, Play the Fiddle

12:10pm    Lunch Break

1:00pm    Dr. Eric L. Kohatsu

Qigong practice and mental health/psychological outcomes: An integrated analysis of research and theory

1) a brief overview of empirical research examining the psychological benefits of qigong practice; and 2) a psychological analysis, using qigong principles, of the counseling/therapy process that is integral to mind/body healing.

2:00pm    Break

2:10pm    Dr. Weng and Dr. Chang

Theory and observation of Cardio Tai-chi routine for obesity and cardio-vascular disease

4:00pm    Certificate

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