Dr. Arnold Tayam Gives Rare Infinite Bagua Qi Gong and Bagua Circle Walking Seminar in Texas

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Dr. Arnold Tayam, Prof., D.M.Q (China), in a rare Texas appearance, will present his Infinite Bagua Qigong and Bagua Circle Walking workshop on Saturday 4/21/2012.

These transformative movements and self healing tools will help you improve and refine your physical health, gain mental clarity, reduce stress and elevate your spirit.

Professor Tayam has presented these unique teachings to students at Stanford School of Medicine. He is also an instructor for Master Ni’s Yo San University, as well as Five Branches University.

We are fortunate to have him bring these powerful healing tools to the Austin community.

Register today to secure your space by paying a 50% deposit of fees securely at our website.

The workshop will consist of:

8am to 11 am: Introduction to Infinite Bagua Qigong and Taiji movements with an emphasis on balancing emotions, and on the physical and spiritual aspects of the self.
Cost: $95.00

12:30pm to 3:30pm: Infinite Bagua Circle Walking–learn a complete circle walking form for health, with integrative tips on how to apply the form to daily life to improve health, well being and longevity.
Cost: $125.00

Attend all day and pay only $195.00 (a $25 discount from the usual $220 fee).

This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience. Wear loose clothing and bring a water bottle. No yoga mat is needed.

We are keeping the group small to individualize instruction.

Please register and reserve your place today by paying a 50% deposit of fees (nonrefundable) at our website.

Or you may send a check to Kay Hutchinson at 7004 Wells Trace, Manor, Texas 78653

Location: ClearSprings Studio 605 Copeland (off of South 1st street), a beautiful 1200 sq foot studio surrounded by live oak trees and nearby stream.

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