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February 2016: YMAA South American Summer Camp in Córdoba, Argentina

YMAA Argentina hosts 2016 YMAA South America Summer Camp
Date Subject Description
February 12-14, 2016 Qigong and Traditional Chinese Medicine Exact times TBD.
February 16-20, 2016 Taijiquan and Shaolin Kung Fu Exact times TBD.

Check the 2016 YMAA South America Camp site for updates.

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July/August 2016: YMAA Retreat Center Summer Seminars 2016

YMAA CA

Week-long intensive seminars at the YMAA Retreat Center in Northern CA, with Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, from July 8 until August 19, 2016.


There are no prerequisites for any seminar! All levels of experience, any background, and any style are welcome to attend.


Date Subject Description
July 8-15, 2016 Chin Na / White Crane Joint-lock techniques for all styles and backgrounds.
White Crane blocking, sticking, and fundamental concepts.
July 15-22, 2016 Taijiquan / Taiji Sword Yang-Style Long Form - The Essentials to Tai Chi practice
Classical Yang-Style Taiji Sword sequence, theory, and applications.
July 22-29, 2016 Taiji Pushing Hands/Yin-Yang Symbol Sticking Hands Pushing Hands for all levels - Improving center, stability, body structure, and mind
Yin-Yang Symbol Sticking Hands (Silk Reeling)
July 29 - August 5, 2016 Qigong-1 (Theory/Foundation and Embryonic Breathing) Introductory Qigong with lecture on how to conserve and build Qi, as well as finding focus of the mind.
August 5-12, 2016 Qigong-2 (Medical Qigong) Heal and strengthen your body without the use of drugs or external remedies. Discover how to understand your body and allow it to heal itself.
August 12-19, 2016 Qigong-8 (Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing) Muscle/Tendon Changing and Marrow/Brain Washing Qigong was passed down to Shaolin priests by Bodhidharma around 530 AD. The former conditions the body's physical strength and immune system, and the latter improves longevity and maintains the bone marrow.

More information about visiting the Retreat Center during the seminar season and during the non-seminar season can be found on:




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