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New Fall Workshop in Tai Chi and Qi Gong - Eliminate Back Pain and Increase Energy

Posted Aug 23 2008 3:17pm

Do you suffer from nagging back and neck pain? Maybe you tried visits to your MD or medications. These probably yielded limited or no results in eliminating your pain. How would you like to loose this pain naturally?

You probably saw the opening ceremony for the Olympics recently. What did China choose to start out their program to best represent their centuries old traditional health exercise? Tai Chi!

Join us on Saturday, September 27th to learn Tai Chi forms to strengthen your body and prevent neck and back pain. These exercises are gentle and require no extra equipment. Enhance your balance, posture and cardiovascular functions. Tai Chi is gentle and easy enough to do in business clothes at the office. Recent studies show that it can provide as much cardiovascular benefit as moderate impact aerobics.

You can learn to prevent pain before it happens…heal your body/mind this fall season. Join us to discover Medical Yin/Yang Qi Gong exercises and breathing movements that relieve stress and boost your energy. Qi Gong is practiced to maintain health, promote longevity, quiet the mind, and prevent or treat illness. You will learn:

• Tai Chi for Neck and Back Pain

• Qi Gong for Self Healing

When: Saturday; September 27, 2008; 10am-5:30pm

Where to go: Days Inn University, 2407 University Ave S.E. Minneapolis, MN 55414.

Cost: Early Bird Special only $135 (before August 31st), PLUS receive a free HPA T-Shirt (with beautiful Chinese calligraphy, a $24 value) and FREE lunch ($15 value). $165 (after August 31st). Seniors (65 and older) 10% discount

To Register: Purchase on line now at .

DVD’s and CD’s will be available for purchase at the workshop.

About the Author: For more than 20 years Steven Sonmore helped people transform health problems into solutions for attaining better health. Steven is a licensed acupuncturist, Qi Gong instructor, herbalist and Oriental bodywork therapist. He is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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