LIVING WITH THE PRINCIPLES. A Healing Retreat
Seasonal Qi Summer

Seasonal Qi

As a lead up to the 8th annual Living With the Principles retreat, free one-hour Seasonal Qi sessions (via Zoom) will be offered. These sessions will provide participants with exercises, meditations, nutrition, and more that correspond to the specific season in which it is offered. Days/times will alternate, to ensure no matter where in the world you live, you should be able to attend at least one or two sessions.

More Information & Registration
Ying Yang

8th Annual Living With the Principles Retreat
Friday, January 27-29, 2023 (via Zoom)

This Retreat was conceived with the understanding that health and wellness depends on incorporating the essential principles of Tai Chi/Qigong into everyday life. Such principles have never been more essential than in this time of global pandemic, natural disasters and political discontent. Our lifestyle choices, as Tai Chi and Qigong players, not only strengthen our physical health and energy, but guard us from mental and emotional stress. Learning to build up and gird the body, mind and heart through our practice of the Principles is our daily prescription for health, hope and wholeness.

The theme for this three-day retreat, Maintaining Resilience, promises to assist participants in understanding how daily practice of these principles continue to allow us to adapt—mentally, emotionally, and physically—in the face of adversity, sickness, trauma, threats, and other significant sources of stress.

As we will be meeting online, via Zoom, it is now easier and more affordable than ever to learn—and share—how “living with the principles” promotes life and health.

We hope you will join us on this journey to create a better you, a stronger community, and a healthier world. Registration will open soon. In the meantime, please visit the RETREAT page to view the January 2022 program and schedule. And please invite your family and friends to also participate. For, while the principles and practice we will share are derived from Tai Ch/Qigong, it is not necessary to have experience in these arts to benefit from this Retreat.

What People Are Saying

“A BIG thank you for a wonderful three day retreat. It was such a treat to set aside three days to immerse myself in learning, receive information I was ready to hear and appreciate the vast source of knowledge and experience that you collectively shared so generously.” ~ MS

“Thank you so much for organizing such a wonderfully diverse retreat. It was really interesting to experience so many different ways of presenting, talking about and moving through the principles. Last year I only did your afternoon sessions and this year I decided to attempt to do more, as many of the topics I missed last time I was very interested in. Even this year, despite trying to juggle events I still managed to miss some I would have loved to attend. The retreat was well organized and well presented with transfer between rooms being easy, effective and efficient.”~ FB