2014 December 6-7 Therapeutic Taiji(Tai-chi) Training Course
Greetings! You are invited to participate in a training course on Therapeutic Taiji (Tai-chi) organized by the US Collegiate Taiji Federation (USCTF). The Therapeutic Taiji course will be held on December 6 and 7, 2014 at the UEWM in Sunnyvale.
You are invited as an instructor or practitioner of Taiji who may be interested in the benefit of Taiji in self-healing and rehabilitation. The Therapeutic Taiji will offer a fourteen hour course in therapeutic Taiji. The objective is to update attendants of this course on the contemporary topics of Taiji for healing and provide some resource materials so they can integrate the topics into their teachings.
USCTF was formed to promote Taiji in higher educational institutions in the USA with modernized learning curriculum for students and faculty staff members. We hope this project would be a beginning of cooperation among instructors and experts of Taiji. It is our mutual goal to make Taiji a standard in the academic environment, and to extend such teachings to benefit the entire society.
If you are interested in participating in this course, please respond by November 24, 2014 by completing the attached registration form and sending the fee for attending this course. A certificate of completion of the course will be issued at the end of the course by US Collegiate Taiji Federation.
Once you’ve selected your preferred learning topics, you will be assigned to that training section. Your learning materials will be determined by the Professor in charge of your section. The professors invited to teach are:
1) Dr. Chi-hsiu D Weng, PhD, Dean of College of Tai Chi, University of East- West Medicine;
Lecturer, Continuing Education Course for Licensed Acupuncturist and Registered Nurse;
2) Bryant Fong, Team USA Wushu Coach 1991, Beijing; Instructor of Wushu at UC Berkeley; Certified Instructor for Tai-chi for arthritis healing
3) Master Shu Dong Li, Chen Style Tai Chi and Stanford University
4) Dr. Yunnie Yang, PhD, LAc. Former Dean ,DAOM Program UEWM
5) Dr. Andy Huang, OMD, LAc., Chair, Public Safety Commission, City of Cupertino
6) William Dere. Director, Tai Chi Program UC Berkeley
7) Dr. Frank Chang, DAOM, LAc. Professor , UEWM
Date: Saturday, 12/7/14, and Sunday 12/8/14
Time: 9am - 5pm (Sign in at 8:30am)
Place: In the "Great Hall" located in the second Floor of the university building
University of East-West Medicine
595 Lawrence Expressway
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Fee: $150 for 2 day program.
*Check Payable to: USCTF
Mail to : PO Box 1221, Cupertino CA. 95014
Please register online in order for us to get a total counts/group and easy management.
Note: Please bring your work-out clothing for the 2 day work-shop. All Taiji levels and ages are welcomed.