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Full Program Enrollment for Both Summer Retreats In-Person with Dr. Liu Dong & Master Liu He
July 20 - July 24
REGISTRATION CLOSES THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2022
Enroll in the both Summer Retreats and receive 10% tuition reduction.
We are back to an IN PERSON Retreat for our July sessions!
We are planning to gather together in-person this summer at the Alton L. Collins Retreat Center! We look forward to this new place to gather!
The facilities provide a lodge type feel with many outdoor spaces, a large lobby, library, and more!
Magnificent western red cedars grace the grounds. The natural forest setting as been preserved. Trails take you through the woods and along the streams that meander around the grounds. Our holistic chef makes sure your meals nourish your mind and body so you are able to focus on retreat.
The Alton L. Collins Retreat Center is dedicated to offering a safe, quality environment for growth and reflection for service in the world. The center is nestled in a Pacific northwestern forest surrounded by majestic, moss-covered cedar, spruce, fir, hemlock and bigleaf maple. The natural environment supports ferns, trillium, and salmonberry bushes covering the forest floor.
Dr. Liu Dong will be offering a journey into the deep teachings found within the Ma Wang Dui tombs. The funeral robe depicts an ancient Medical Qigong form.
Ma Wang Dui Animals focuses on transformation of blood stasis by facilitating blood circulation, smoothing Liver Qi, and transforming emotions. Lectures will focus on the teaching of the pictures sewn onto the robe and Chinese/Taoist medical theory of blood stasis, diagnostic patterns, and how these forms can influence the blood.
Chan Meditation will also be presented. Chan Meditation is a personal internal journey, utilizing breath and visualization to renew your perspective!
Master Liu He will be offering: Magic Square Taiji Fan is a practice for working with wind. People tend to experience too much anger creating internal wind, some express while others hold inside. If you express your anger too much, this wind will chase your Qi out resulting in exhaustion. If you keep the anger inside, the internal wind can disturb your mental and physical health. With this practice you will learn how to use the fan as a weapon to lead the wind into a positive direction to enhance your health.
You will also learn Nourishing Yin Meditation to supplement the yin energies!
Alton L. Collins Retreat Center
32867 SE Highway 211
Eagle Creek Oregon, 97022
30 hours retreat – Dates/Times
Wednesday, July 20, 2022: 9:00am-12pm & 3-6pm
Thursday, July 21, 2022: 9:00am-12pm & 3-6pm
Friday, July 22, 2022: 9:00am-12pm & 3-6:30pm
Saturday, July 23, 2022: 9:00am-1:00pm & 3-6pm
Sunday, July 24, 2022: 8:30am-1:00pm
Tuition for the 30 hour retreat:
Early Registration $765 paid by June 20, 2022 or $837 paid after June 20,
Choose one of the following required additional fees (these charges will need to be paid with check or add 3% credit card fee):
A) On-site lodging (Single Room, 5-nights) and all meals (ARRIVE Tuesday, July 19 after 4pm first meal dinner) – $845
B) On-site lodging (Double Room 5-nights) and all meals (ARRIVE Tuesday, July 19 after 4pm first meal dinner) – $673
C) Day Use Fee with 5 Lunches – $145
D) Day Use Fee with 5 Lunches & 4 Dinners – $235
Once tuition payment received, you will be contacted via email to determine availability of your choice. Limited rooms available. Each room has a private bathroom and balcony/deck!
Enroll online with buttons below or mail in a check(details listed below).
Early Registration $765 Enroll Here
$837 Full Registration Enroll Here
If Paying by Check: Download Registration Form and enclose with check.
All tuition fees once paid are non-refundable, transferable to another workshop/class/retreat for $80 fee. Covid cancellation policies will be posted at a later time.
Covid protocols will be posted as we get closer to the retreat date. We are committed to your health and well-being and will abide by current protocols. More information to come.
National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine: 10 PDAs in OM and 5 PDAs for PE are pending through NCCAOM for diplomats in acupuncture and oriental medicine for Dr. Liu Dong’s portion.
These classes are suited for: Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists, Chiropractors, Qigong Instructors, Yoga Instructors, Martial Arts Instructors, Reiki Practitioners, and other professionals. No prerequisites needed.
Whereas when Qigong is properly practiced, it is extremely beneficial and presents minimal risk to one’s health, please consult your physician if you are in doubt of your capabilities or have special health concerns.