The Inaugural International Medical Qi Gong & Tai Chi Forum at Harvard University

Location and date: 
Massachusetts General Hospital
114 16th Street, Conference Room C.
Charlestown MA, 02129-4404

The Inaugural International Medical Qi Gong & Tai Chi Forum at Harvard University
Hosted by ATCMA’s
Medical Qi Gong & Tai Chi Academic Committee

Continuing Education Credits

The forum will provide 16 NCCAOM PDAs and meet state requirements (CA, FL, IL, etc) for CEUs (Pending)

1. Course Category: TBA
2. CAB Provider#: TNA
3. Pending approval from CAB
4. Refund Policy : One month in advance of the conference - full refund;
Less than one month - no refund;
(All refunds are subject to a fee of $ 20.00 - including money wiring transfer, check payments and website payments)

Conference Themes

Medical Qi Gong and Tai Chi Exchange, Workshops, Lectures

 Be Trained! Be Certified! Be a Pioneer!

Exchange Various Styles of Qi Gong and Tai Chi;  Share experience and learn from one another!




Massachusetts General Hospital

114 16th Street, Conference Room C.

Charlestown MA, 02129-4404



American Traditional Chinese Medicine Association (ATCMA)
ATCMA Medical Qi Gong & Tai Chi Committee



Anyone who is interested in Qigong, Tai Chi, Chinese Medicine, including working in education, research, clinical applications, health and lifestyle, medical equipment providers, Chinese herbal medicine suppliers, other professional experts and scholars, and current students who enrolled in qualified TCM acupuncture programs are welcomed.

Invitation Letter:

If you need an invitation letter to attend this Forum, please specify your requirements for an invitation letter at the time of registration.  Also, please provide contact information (email, phone number and WeChat).  Once the registration letter fee and letter request are received, we will contact you.

If you are an international participant who needs an invitation letter for visa application, please specify your requirements for an invitation letter at the time of registration and email to Dr. Deguang He  (Link sends email) Also, please provide contact information (last and first name on your passport, title, company name and work address,). Once the registration fee, the signed no overstay agreement, and invitation letter request are received, we will contact you.

Registration Fees:

  • Reg, Fees Pay at Door (If registering online after 9/21/2018, this fee will also apply): Member: $295.00/2 days,Non-Member: $180.00/day
  • Early Bird Discount (Register before 9/21/2018): Member: $255.00/2 days,Non-Member: $150.00/day
  • Non-Harvard Student Discount (With valid ID/ .Edu email address): Member: $200.00/2 days,Non-Member: $100.00/day
  • Harvard/MGH Student/Faculty Special (With valid Harvar/MGH ID/ .Edu email address): Member/Non-Member: Free (Registration Required)

UPDATE: 30 free tickets allocated to for Harvard students/scholars are nearly sold out. If you are a Harvard student/scholar still interested in attending, please first register and pay below, then download the [registration fee refund form] and bring it to the forum with proper ID to request a full refund via check - the refund may have a small processing fee deducted if paid online.

Exhibitor Fees:

  • Participation fees for medical equipment or Chinese Herbal medicine suppliers: Normal fee: $1200.00
  • Discount price ends on 09/01/2018: $1000.00
  • Discount price for advertisers who have signed contracts on ATCMA website or WeChat: $900.00

Interested exhibitors, please send email to Dr. Deguang He:

Refund Policy:

  • One month in advance of the conference - full refund;
  • Less than one month - no refund;

(All refunds are subject to a fee of $ 20.00 - including money wiring transfer, check payments and website payments)

Payment Methods:

• Check: make checks to ATCMA; send check to Dr. Jihong Ding  (address: 1139 Raritan Rd Suite 103, Clark, NJ 07066)

• PayPal or Credit Card (see the bottom of page)

Call for Papers and Paper Requirements

1. Scope of Paper Topics: Papers related to medical qigong and tai chi are welcome; papers on subjects related to the themes of the forum are preferred for compilation into the forum proceeding (digitial)

2. Paper Requirements:

  • The front page should include the followings: paper title, author's name, address and 300-word abstracts, preferred in English, dual language in English/Chinese is also accepted.
  • Word document format. Attach and email the paper to Dr. Louis Lei Jin (Link sends e-mail). Use “annual meeting papers-author name" as the subject of the email, and include author's name, mailing address, and telephone number in message content.
  • Deadline: Papers must be submitted before Sept 1, 2018 to be considered accepted into the forum proceeding (digital).

Forum Organizing Committee

Deguang He, Xiqun Chen, Haihe Tian, Hui Wei, Arthur Yin Fan,  Wenying Lin, Jihong Ding, Jipu Wen, Yarong Wang, Guanyuan Jin, Hongtao Xu, Linda Y. Qiu, Azure Yingzhe Duan, David Dehui Wang, Hui Ouyang, Louis Lei Jin, Yiqian Shen.


1. September 22, 2018

AM/ Morning: 

  • 07:30a-08:30a  Registration/Vendor Setup/Morning Practice/Social
  • 08:30a-09:15a  Opening Ceremony/VIP Remarks)
  • 09:15a-10:45a  Dr. Tianjun LIU's Keynote - What is Qi Gong? What is Medical Qi Gong?
  • 10:50a-12:20p  Dr. Peter WAYNE's Keynote - "Minding" our bodies: Research on the impact of Tai Chi on balance and cognition in older adults
  • 12:20p-13:00p  Lunch break, due to limited time, lunch onsite is highly recommended  


  • 13:00p-14:30p  Dr. Herbert BENSON's Keynote - The Relaxation Response: The When, Why and How of Recommending Meditations to Your Patients)
  • 14:35p-16:05p  Dr. Guanyuan JIN's Keynote - The Scientific Explanation of Medical Qi Gong
  • 16:15p-17:00p  Dr. Deguang HE - Tianyuan Xiaoyao Gong: Qi Gong for Depression
  • 17:00p-18:00p  Panel Discussion (Keynote Speakers, VIP Panelists in front of all attendees)


2. September 23, 2018


  • 07:30a-08:30a  Morning Practice/Social
  • 08:30a-09:15a  Prof. Wenchun ZHANG – Qi Gong Practice and Ancient Acupuncture
  • 09:20a-10:05a  Dr. Hongtao XU - Medical Qi Gong. A Different Medical System - Introduction to Guigen Qi Gong
  • 10:10a-10:55a  Mr. Fumin XUE - Xue's Medical Tai Chi on Aging and Chronic Diseases
  • 11:00a-11:30a  Tai Chi & Qi Gong Performance: a. Ning WANG & Keyi SHI's Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan (~20 min), b. Jian WANG's Guolin New Qi Gong (~10 min)
  • 11:30a-12:25p  Lunch break, due to limited time, lunch onsite is recommended)


  • 12:30p-13:15p Dr. Linda Y. QIU - Zhi Neng Qi Gong: Essence of Qi Gong Healing
  • 13:20p-14:05p Dr. Louis Lei JIN - Palm Qi Gong: Qi Cultivating and Blood Circulating Exercise For Arms, Wrists, and Hands
  • 14:10p-14:55p Dr. Jack X. FU - How Can You Get Internal Power? - Yang Taiji's Internal Power Training Method and Demo
  • 15:00p-15:45p Dr. Jian CAI - Qi Gong Practice Should Be Practical and Related with Daily Life - ”3x15 Qi Gong Exercise"
  • 15:50p-16:35p TBD - TBD
  • 16:45p-17:45p Attendance/PDA Certificates Distribution/Closing Ceremony/Farewell

Keynote Speakers and Topics

1. Prof. Tianjun Liu, O.M.D.

Prof. Liu is the professor and director of the Qi Gong research laboratory at Beijing Univ. of TCM where  he has taught Qi Gong for more than 20 years. He is also the secretary general of the National Qi Gong Education and Study Assoc. as well as the China Academic Society of  Medical Qi Gong, and the first government approved academic  mentor for Ph.D. candidates in the field of Medical Qi Gong in  China. He is also the Editor-In-Chief of Qi Gong Study in TCM, the only official Qi Gong text used in Chinese TCM schools, while visiting more than 20 countries for academic exchanges of Medical Qi Gong.

Keynote Title: What is Qi Gong? What is Medical Qi Gong?


2. Prof. Peter Wayne, Ph.D.

Prof. Wayne is the associate professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, the director of research for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine and the founder/director of the Tree of Life Tai Chi Center. Dr. Wayne’s research focus is to evaluate how mind-body exercises and related integrative medicine therapies can be used to prevent, rehabilitate and manage age-related health conditions. He has served as a principal or co-investigator on more than 25 NIH-funded studies. Dr. Wayne has more than 40 years of training experience in Tai Chi and Qi Gong, and is a globally recognized teacher of these practices. He is also the author of Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi, which won an Award of Excellence in Medical Communication by the American Medical Writers Association.

Keynote Title: “Minding” our bodies:  Research on the impact of Tai Chi on balance and cognition in older adults






3. Prof. Herbert Benson, M.D.

Professor Benson has been a pioneer in Mind Body Medicine, and one of the first Western physicians to bring spirituality and healing into medicine. Throughout his 40+-year career, Dr. Benson has worked to build awareness of Mind Body Medicine, to validate it through research, and to bridge the gap between Western and Eastern medical practices. Dr. Benson is the Director Emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute (BHI), and Mind Body Medicine Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School.
At BHI, Dr. Benson continues to lead the field with research into the efficacy of Mind Body Medicine to counteract the harmful effects of stress. The recipient of numerous national and international awards, he has lectured widely about Mind Body Medicine and the BHI’s work. His expertise is sought by national and international news media, and he appears in scores of newspapers, magazines, and television programs each year. Dr. Benson’s research extends from the laboratory to the clinic.
A graduate of Wesleyan University and the Harvard Medical School, Dr. Benson is the author or co-author of more than 190 scientific publications and 12 books, including:
The Relaxation Response, 1975
The Mind/Body Effect, 1979
Beyond the Relaxation Response, 1984
Your Maximum Mind, 1987
The Wellness Book, 1992
Timeless Healing: The Power and Biology of Belief, 1996
The Relaxation Response – Updated and Expanded (25th Anniversary Edition), 2000
The Breakout Principle, 2003
Mind Over Menopause, 2004
Mind Your Heart, 2004
The Harvard Medical School Guide to Lowering Your Blood Pressure, 2006
Relaxation Revolution, 2010

Keynote Title:  The Relaxation Response: The When, Why and How of Recommending Meditation to Your Patients


4. Prof. Guanyuan Jin, M.D(China), L.Ac

Prof. Jin is one of U.S.'s leading experts in Medical Qi Gong, Clinical Acupuncture, Holistic and Systems Medicine. In 1996, he was one of the first researchers in the world to conduct studies involving acupuncture and fMRI. A direct disciple of Master Jiao, Mianzhai (Expert of Qi Gong/Acupuncture from Shandong, China). Dr. Jin draws from a wealth of experience of 52 years in both Chinese medicine and biomedicine, while authoring 26 books and over 150 papers. 

Keynote Title: The Scientific Explanation of Medical Qi Gong
Outline: From the perspective of human physiology, this lecture will give a scientific explanation to a series of core issues of medical qigong.
1. Symbols of qi                 
2. Hypothesis of Dantian    
3. Collection of qi from the universe
4. The mind: Quiescent and possessed by the Devil     
5.  Concentration and projection of the inner qi          
6. The key of qigong: Regulating the breath                         
7. Therapeutic effects of medical qigong

All 12 Instructors Names and Credentials 
1.  Tianjun LIU, O.M.D. (Beijing Univ. of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China, Professor)
2.  Peter WAYNE, Ph.D. (Harvard University Medical School, Professor)
3.  Herbert BENSON, M.D. (Harvard University Medical School, Professor)
4. Guanyuan JIN, M.D.(China), L.Ac  (Professor / Licensed Acupuncturist, Milwaukee, WI / President, Intl' Institute of Systems Medicine, USA)
5.  Deguang HE, M.D.(China), L.Ac  (Licensed Acupuncturist, Boston, MA)
6.  TBD
7.  Hongtao XU, M.D.(China) (Professor / Qi Gong Lecturer, Beijing China)
8.  Fumin XUE, M.B.A (Tai Chi Practitioner / Instructor, Medical Tai-Chi Researcher, Georgia) 
9.   Linda Y. QIU, M.D.(China), L.Ac (Licensed Acupuncturist, New York)
10.  Louis Lei JIN, DAOM, L.Ac. (Licensed Acupuncturist, Milwaukee, WI)
11.  Jack X. FU, Ph.D. in O.M., L.Ac (Licensed Acupuncturist, Los Angeles, CA)
12.  Jian CAI, OMD (Licensed Acupuncturist, Barcelona Spain)

Subject Speakers and their workshop titles:

  1. Deguang HE, M.D. (China), L.Ac: Tianyuan Xiaoyao Gong: Qi Gong for Depression:
  2. TBD
  3. Hongtao XU, M.D.(China): Medical Qi Gong, A Different Medical System - Introduction of Guigen Qi Gong
  4. Fumin XUE, MBA: Xue's Medical Tai Chi (XMTC) on Aging and Chronic Diseases
  5. Linda Y. QIU, M.D. (China), L.Ac : Zhi Neng Qi Gong: Essence of Qi Gong Healing
  6. Louis Lei JIN, DAOM, L.Ac: Palm Qi Gong: Qi Cultivation and Blood Circulating Exercises for Arms, Wrists, and Hands
  7. Jack X. FU, Ph.D. in O.M., L.Ac:  How can you get internal power? - Yang Taiji's Internal Power Training Method and Demo
  8. Jian CAI, OMD: Qi Gong Practice Should Be Practical and Related with Daily Life – “3x15 Qi Gong Exercise”

1. About Deguang HE, M.D.(China), L.Ac 
Dr. He is a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist and was a medical doctor in China. Dr. He graduated from Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was the first person in China to receive a Master's Degree in Medical Qi Gong & Acupuncture. He has had eight years of training in both Eastern and Western Medicine and over 28 years of clinical experience in China, Soviet Union, Japan and the United States. He was an Assistant Professor, Qi Gong instructor and clinical supervisor at the New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, Massachusetts. He also practices in wellness center of Salem Hospital in Salem, Massachusetts. Dr. He specializes in treating pain, cancer, depression and anxiety, overweight by using acupuncture, Qi Gong and/or herbs. He offers regular classes of Tai Chi and Qi Gong as well.

Workshop Title: Tianyuan Xiaoyao Gong: Qi Gong for Depression
Workshop Outline: 
1. Depression is a common disease
2. Depression in Chinese medicine 
3. Effect of medical Qi Gong for depression
4. Tianyuan xiaoyao gong works for depression

2. TBD

3. About Hongtao XU, M.D. (China)
Professor Xu is the Founder of Guigen Qi Gong, he is also a licensed Higher Education Teacher, Ministry of Education, P.R.C. In his teenage years, Dr. Xu followed a local master, studied traditional qigong in his hometown, and engaged in the work of medical herbs at a hometown hospital. He also worked at Qi Gong Department, Xiyuan Hospital, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. During his first years there, he practiced under the guidance of Qi Gong master Zhao Guang and Director Lu Guangjun. His titles changed over time as he was promoted from Resident... to Prof.(Chief Physician). In 2016, he retired from the hospital and now continues to promote Medical Qi Gong through various lecture series in Brazil, South Korea, Bosnia, Herzegovina and United States. He now has many titles including Standing Director, Life-long Member, China Association of Medical Qi Gong, and published more than 10 papers on medical qigong specialty. 

Workshop Title: Medical Qi Gong: A Different Medical System - Introduction of Guigen Qi Gong 
Workshop Outline: 
Introducing Guigen Qi Gong and clarify different aspects of Qi Gong such as What’s Qi, Qi Gong, Qi Gong Therapy, Medical Qi Gong and Qi Gong Medicine 
Talk about 5-6 Origins and Development of Qi Gong  
Talk about 4 Health(life) States - Indications of Qi Gong Medicine
Talk about 3 Medical Systems in China (Qi Gong Medicine is one of the three)
Talk about 2 Minds - the origin of human knowledge 
Talk about 1 idea or ideal - Tao-living

4. About Fumin XUE, MBA
Mr. Xue graduated from Peking University in 1986 and studied in USA in 1995-1999 with the MBA degree. He has practiced Yang’s style Tai Chi for health purpose since November in 2006. Now he works on Tai Chi research in mechanism and application with chronic diseases and conditions. His finding in Tai Chi research is subversive on our common experience and the corresponding theory of Physiology and Physiology of Sport and Exercise. Most studies of Tai Chi were on the effects, less on mechanism in the world at the present. The physiological mechanisms of Tai Chi involve or might involve those functions of heart and lungs, the nerve-liquid controlling (neurology and endocrinology), the blood flow redistribution (catecholamine, RAAS, and HPA adjusting), the pathology of metabolic syndrome and cancers, and the gene transcription (HIF and PHDs). His studies are the pioneering on Tai Chi mechanisms, further he will present deeper discussion of my findings on heart function. In 2012-2015, Mr. Xue worked as a visiting scholar at Georgia State University, his teaching of Tai Chi was praised by his students and co-workers. His classes were reported on the largest Chinese journal of World Journal in USA and local English news paper.

Workshop Title: Xue's Medical Tai Chi (XMTC) on Aging and Chronic Diseases
Workshop Outline: 
Case shares of XMTC
The Mechanism of XMTC on Aging and Chronic Diseases
The Academic Activities and Achievements of XMTC
The Challenge and Opportunities of The Health Industry
The Social Activities and Academic Exchanges

5. About Linda Y. QIU, M.D. (China), L.Ac
Dr. Qiu earned the degree of Bachelor in Medicine in 1996 from Hebei University of Medicine, Master in Medicine in 1999 from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Worked at Huguosi Teaching Hospital of Beijing University of TCM from Aug 1999 to Dec 2000. Taught Chinese medicine and Qi Gong in AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine from Jan 2001 to Dec 2010, served as director the Integral Studies Department from Oct 2007 to Dec 2010. Since Jan 2011 teach Chinese medicine, Qi Gong and Taiji in Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. From 2012-2016 served as director of Medical Qi Gong Practitioner Certificate Program at New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Qiu has published many articles and books on Chinese medicine and Qi Gong. Qiu is a licensed acupuncturist in New York, member of Traditional Chinese Medicine American Alliance Association and vice secretary of its Medical Qi Gong and Taiji Committee. Qiu have practiced many styles of Qi Gong and Taiji, including Zhi Neng Qi Gong, Shen Zhen Gong, Wu Ji Qi Gong, Shao Lin Qi Gong Nei Jin Yi Zhi Chan, Chan Mi Gong, Long You Gong, Yang style Taiji, Chen style Taiji, Taiji Fan, Taiji Ball, Taiji Sword, Taiji Broad Sword, etc. Currently Dr. Qiu focuses on the teaching of Zhi Neng Qi Gong and Chen style Taiji besides Chinese medicine.

Workshop Title: Zhi Neng Qi Gong: The Essence of Qi Gong Healing
Workshop Outline: 
The lecture will be on some most important factors related to Qi Gong healing: effect of the mind on human life activities; mental guidance during Qi Gong healing; mental concentration and synchronization; true and false vision during Qi Gong practice; cultivation of the mind and spirit; and organization of the Qi field. Lecturer will also lead audience to practice Zhi Neng Qi Gong for further experience of Qi Gong self-healing.

6. About Louis Lei JIN, DAOM, L.Ac
Dr. Jin is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He is a current WI state licensed and nationally board certified (NCCAOM) acupuncturist. Ever since a young age, Dr. Jin has been fascinated with and inundated by Chinese medicine books and experiences. In order to carry forward the tradition and the lineage of the family, as well as develop and advance traditional Chinese medicine, after high school, Dr. Jin began to apprentice directly under his father and worked hard at the craft for many years, and often worked at his father's acupuncture clinic during summer and winter breaks. In 2008, he started his own private practice in the suburb of Milwaukee to serve more patients. In 2011, he was named as one of BEST 3 acupuncturists by more than 300 health professionals in Milwaukee Magazine. Dr. Jin's expertise in traditional Chinese acupuncture is in treating infertility, sports injuries, endocrine diseases and incurable cancers. In 2015, due to his increasing higher reputation among Chinese clinicians, Dr. Jin was invited to be a member of the Standing Committees of both Specialty Committees of Endocrine and External Cancer Therapy of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. Also, many professional athletes such as professional speed skater Mathew Lints, former MLB baseball star, Prince Fielder, Hockey player - Patrick Leahy, NBA player - Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, former NFL star - Najeh Davenport - all came to Dr. Jin to be seen to either speed up their rehabilitation of injuries or to avoid surgeries. In his spare time, Dr. Jin enjoys teaching Tai Chi and various healthwise Qi Gong classes to local communities to improve community and public health. Since 1998, Dr. Jin has participated in the writing, editing, translation or publication of 5 English books, 2 Chinese books, 1 chart, 5 papers, and 18 instructional DVDs. Some of his representative works are "Elmbrook Breath - Beginner's Guide to Tai Chi & Qi Gong, 2008", "Contemporary Medical Acupuncture, 2007", "The Art and Science of Acupuncture (Illustrated Guide) - An Integrative Exploration of Oriental Medicine, 2006 "," Dr. Jin's Self-Healing Series, 2005 "," Clinical Acupuncture and reflexology (Chinese), 2004 "," Self-Healing with Chinese Medicine, 2003 ", "Whole Body Reflex Charts, 1998".

Workshop Title: Palm Qi Gong: Qi Cultivating and Blood Circulating Forms for Arms, Wrists, and Hands
Workshop Outline: 
Palm Qi Gong is an essential Chinese exercise that aims to provide remarkable Qi cultivation and Blood moving effects for the arms, wrists and hands of health professionals who often rely on them for living (Acupuncturists / Tui-NA or Massage Therapists, Bodyworkers etc.). It was first introduced by Master Jiao, Mianzhai, a renowned acupuncturist and Qi Gong expert from Shandong China in the 1970s, and can also be used for anyone suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, including those sore or painful hands or wrists, tight and rigid arms, and/or finger numbness. There are eight movements in Palm Qi Gong. In this introductory workshop, Dr. Jin will first briefly introduce the history/background behind Palm Qi Gong and its creator, then go in-depth about each of the eight movements, in a step-by-step live demo instruction, active participation / group practice by the audience members are encouraged, as everyone will benefit by learning and applying this simple yet effect Qi Gong exercise for their arms, wrists and hands to achieve stronger finger grip that will translate into some "deep and profound" therapeutic healing in the clinic!

7. About Jack X. FU, Ph.D. in O.M., L.Ac 
Dr. Fu has a Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine and a licensed acupuncturist. He is a Qi GongMaster and an 8 degree black belt Master in Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Wushu.Dr. Fu comes from a long line of doctors of traditional Chinese Medicine. A sixth-generation acupuncturist, Dr. Fu’s training started at age 5, when he began studying martial arts and Qi Gong (practices that awaken one’s inner chi or subtle energy). Dr. Fu believes that because every patient is unique, treatment plans should be customized to fit their individual needs. “The patient and the doctor must build a true partnership.” Dr. Fu’s unique skills, acquired over a lifetime of intense training, and mastery of Qi Gong and martial arts, allows him to share not only his medical knowledge, but also enables patients to access abundant and powerful Qi (“Chi”), a palpable healing energy, that allows healing on a holistic level. Dr. Fu has twenty years clinical experience and is versed in painless acupuncture.

Workshop Title: How can you get internal power? - Yang Taiji's Internal Power Training Method and Demo
Workshop Outline: 
The introduction of this door has 108 exercises recorded in the Sichuan Province martial arts excavation. Yang Taiji's internal strength is a method of practicing looseness. Take everyone to experience 3 types of Qi Gong, and make everyone feel qi.
Lead everyone to practice Yang Taiji internal power can understand the intentions do not force bring u go internal world
Yang Taiji traditional practice method inside and outside, together practice the experience of shed squeezing, demonstrating picking elbows, pushing hands and show everyone internal standing roots
4, The use of Tai Chi Qi Gong, self-improvement can also improve the efficacy to help patients, “Qi acupuncture “manipulation treatment immediately effective demonstration
Help detoxify and lose weight / Fasting qigong quickly introduces 6 key qigong moves that make you not hungry, one skill (according to time)

8. About Jian CAI, OMD 
Dr.CAI is the President of the Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Barcelona ( He earned a degree in Traditional Chinese medicine by the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Beijing (China) in 1987.
Academic Training:
1982 - 1987 licenciate in TCM by the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
1991 - 1992 - Diploma in Acupuncture from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Work Experience:
1988 - 2002 Professor and Doctor of Acupuncture and Tui Na m.t.c University of Beijing.
1996 sent by the Chinese government in Fukuoka (Japan) to perform Medical work and Teaching.
1999 - 2002 Professor and Doctor of Acupuncture and Tui Na in European Foundation of t.c.m. in Barcelona (sent by the Beijing University of t.c.m.)
2002 - currently Professor and therapist, Acupuncture and Tui Na, Qi Gong Master in various Centres, schools and University in Barcelona (European Foundation of t.c.m.; University; University of Vic, Ismet; Centro Cultural de Bellvitge ') and performs medical consultation Institute Of Chinese Medicine.
- author of the book "Explanation of the formulas of acupuncture Standards" (in Chinese, 1994)
Co-author of the book "anatomical illustration of the acupuncture points" (in Chinese, Spanish, English, 2008): http: / / ED / page / index.jsp
DVD - author of "Localization of Energy points" (in Spanish, 2009) http: / / COM / watch? V = u0kfliuizgg
- keynote speakers at several national and international conferences in Japan and Spain.

Workshop Title: Qi Gong Practice Should Be Practical and Related with Daily Life – “3x15 Qi Gong Exercise”

Tai Chi & Qi Gong Performance Player

Dr. Ning Wang, Founder of American Wang Ning tai chi college and tai chi acupuncture and rehabilitation center. Dr. Wang began practicing martial arts at the age of six, Chinese national wushu championship and international wushu championship, the former Henan province wushu team player, Chen's taijiquan 12th generation successor,Master Chen zhenglei's disciple, seventh-degree Duan of Chinese Martial arts, Member of Chinese martial arts duan system expert databas. Currently a Dipl. Ac (NCCAOM),a continuing medical education tai chi teacher, as a high level of martial arts athletes, she enrolled in the college of acupuncture and massage at Henan University of traditional Chinese medicine at age 15, Master of Acupuncture at Shandong University of traditional Chinese medicine, currently studying for a Doctorate of Acupuncture (pending),taught over a dozen of students that qualified for the U.S. national team.


About Ms. Keyi SHI: Born in a family of martial arts, Ms. Shi began her practice of martial arts at the age of 6. She is a member of the American Wushu Association and a member of the U.S. National Wushu Team. She has earned the level 4 of Chinese Wushu, intermediate coach of Chen style Tai Chi Chuan. She was a student of Chinese Wushu Masters such as Chen Zhenglei and Ma Chunxi, and won many championships of Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan and instruments in Chinese and International Wushu competitions. In 2017, she represented the United States in the 7th World Wushu Championships and won two silver medals in Chen Style Tai Chi Chuan and Tai Chi Double Knives. This competition is known as the Wushu Olympic Games.

At present, she is a Tai Chi Chuan coach at Merce Island Community Center in Seattle and Wang Ning Tai Chi College in the United States.




Nearby Lodging:

1. Constitution Inn

Address: 150 3rd Ave, Boston, MA 02129

Phone: (617) 241-8400

Reg. Rate: $270-$280/night

Mention ATCMA Discount: $169-$175/night

2. Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown/North Station

Address: 107 Beverly St, Boston, MA 02114

Phone: (617) 725-0003

Reg. Rate: $350/night

Mention ATCMA Discount: $249/night

Link to reserve Marriott Group Discount Rate:

           Reservations available before 9/01/2018. Discount rate rooms are limited, and not guaranteed, even if booked before the deadline (9/01/2018). Please book your room as early as possible. Refer to code: ATCMA when calling to book your room.

Visiting Boston:

For any first-time visitor to Boston, there are so many things you'll want to do and see. When you are visiting in the spring, summer or fall, be sure to plan a historic walking tour of Boston known as the Freedom Trail. Boston is a great walking city. Its compact downtown area makes it the perfect place to see everything and enjoy the ambiance. Several companies provide Freedom Trail Tours. Typically, the Freedom Trail is divided into two pieces to make it manageable: Downtown and the North End/Charlestown, with Faneuil Hall as the "middle" place. Guided walking tours of each piece take somewhere around 90 mins. Boston CityWalks offers a daily "Whole City" Walk that covers the Downtown Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill and Back Bay in around two hours that includes history and historic architecture.  Free Tours by Foot offers tours of the Freedom Trail and beyond.

There are many fantastic museums for both adults and kids. The Museum of Fine Art, The Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium, and many more. Save these in case you get a rainy day while you're visiting. If going to the Aquarium, especially on rainy days and weekends, get there early.

Boston is a sports town that has you covered through the seasons. Take in a Bruins hockey game or a Celtics basketball game at the TD Garden by North Station. Hop on the Patriot's train to get to Gillette Stadium outside the city in Foxborough. During the baseball season, you're in Red Sox Nation! Head over to Kenmore Square to catch the game at historic Fenway Park.

Go for a walk through Faneuil Hall Marketplace for some buzzing activity and people-watching. There will be street performers and plenty of food options if you're hungry. Countless bars will whet your appetite if you head over later in the day. Just a bit further along is the city's North End, with the best Italian food and some of the best seafood in the city. .

For less touristy fare than Faneuil Hall and the city's top shopping, head for Newbury Street. Summer or winter, this street will delight shoppers and foodies alike with its boutiques and wide variety of restaurants. It starts right at the Public Garden and proceeds for the length of the Back Bay neighborhood.

If antiques are more your thing, Charles Street has some of the best antique stores in Boston as well as a number of fun restaurants. Charles Street is long enough to keep you occupied, but no more than a reasonable stroll. But leave the kids -- it is definitely more of a grown-up scene. Start with a coffee at Starbucks at the Common end and finish with a drink in The Clink (Liberty Hotel) at the other end.

Charlestown is just across the Charles River from the North End. It does not get a ton of tourists, although it has a couple of worthwhile sights in the Charlestown Navy Yard (home to the U.S.S. Constitution, aka "Old Ironsides") and Bunker Hill. Both are worth a visit for history buffs and the area around Bunker Hill has a number of quaint streets.

Cambridge is synonymous for many with Harvard University, but that's only a small corner of this expansive city across the Charles River from Boston. Some of the funkier restaurants and bars cluster around the various "squares" in Cambridge. The Squares are overgrown intersections, but are handy reference points and typically have a Red line T stop, making them easy to reach from Boston if you want to sample one of the many Brazilian restaurants or authentic Boston Irish pubs. Cambridge also features MIT, and both MIT and Harvard have museums worth visiting. Harvard Square is just 20 minutes by T from downtown Boston and its restaurants make a great launching point to see the University, explore bookstores, or just to buy a sweatshirt at the Coop. It used to boast a more eclectic array of eating, drinking, and shopping but in the past decade there have been a bit too many banks and the same chains that can be found elsewhere.

If you are looking for kid-friendly dining during your visit, Bertucci's is a safe bet with a number of locations in and around Boston. The pizza is pretty good and they arm each kid with coloring books and some dough to play with. Legal Seafoods is surprisingly kid-friendly, although many find it a bit expensive of an option for the whole family, and yes, there are Dunkin' Donuts pretty much everywhere you turn.

If you are planning on taking in the sights, you might want to consider n All-Inclusive Go Boston Card or a Build Your Own Pass. The former is good if you intend to spend a few days of intensive sightseeing as it gets you into pretty much everything for a single, fixed price. The Build Your Own Pass allows you to choose any attractions from the list offered and add them to your pass with an automatic applied discount of 15-25% as long as you choose 2 or more attractions. -- You have 30 days to use it -- so a good option if sightseeing is only part of your reason for visiting Boston. Both options also have skip the line privileges at some of the busier sites. CItyPASS is another attractions savings option which lets you see the top five Boston attractions over a 9-day period.

Don't stress about driving. Boston is fairly compact, so you can walk to many of the things you want to do or just take the T. It's affordable and easy to get around the city! Note that the last train runs at 12:45 A.M. Cabs can be a bit expensive (for estimates try TaxiFareFinder - Boston) for getting around the city so use sparingly if you're watching your budget. This applies for getting into town from the airport as well. There are a couple of relatively easy options: the Silver Line (it is actually a bus, but ends up on its own underground route, so it goes quickly) and the airport shuttle to the Airport subway station on the Blue Line. The Silver Line will get you to South Station -- the main (and modern) Boston transportation hub, right next to downtown, and provides access to subway lines as well as commuter rail and Amtrak to points farther afield. The airport shuttle bus is frequent and has you there in 5 minutes. The downside is getting your luggage on and off the free bus and then transferring to the subway. But it's worth it if you want to save money and it puts you right on the Blue Line which will take you into central Boston after just a couple of stops. Boston recently started a bike rental program, called the Hubway, for an exciting way to get around the city cheaply. Regardless of what you do, you will enjoy your stay in historic and vibrant Boston!


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