Tea and Qi
Fitness & Wellness
The Art of Chinese Health Series, which includes this class, will be ending Dec 8th, 2019 and starting up again 6 to 12 months later in 2020.
Learn a variety of Herbal and Medicinal Teas through the ancient Chinese lens and subtle acupressure points (no needles at all - just the magic of your hands!) to ease many of your or your friends' and family’s common ailments - you can do it anywhere!
Learn things such as:
Each 2-hour session is customized to your questions and concerns as well as covers the basics of teas and pressure points mainly for preventative health. Your class will be conveniently located close to the Berwyn Red Line and many buses. Street parking is available usually west of Broadway. 100% of any tips made to your instructor go straight to him/her and are completely optional.
We do not provide refunds, but we do work to tailor our classes to our students' schedules. For more information on our policies, visit: https://www.seedscenter.org/terms-and-conditions/ By purchasing an experience, you are agreeing that you have read our terms and conditions.
Please keep this in mind when booking! Classes booked within less than 48 hours may have to be rescheduled due to space constraints upon rare occasion. The Art of Chinese Health Series, which includes this class, will be ending Nov 2nd, 2019 and starting up again 6 to 12 months later in 2020. Students who might not be English confident, feel free to bring 1 bilingual friend for free BUT YOU MUST MESSAGE US so we know to have enough space and supplies - Thank you!
All materials included.
This experience has a minimum of 1 students required to go forward. If we don’t reach, you’ll have the option to make it a private class, transfer to another date or experience, or receive a refund.Cancellation Policy
Unity Lutheran Church - Main Room
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* Registration closes 24 hours before event
I am Dong, your qi gong and herbal, medicinal teas instructor, native born from China. Ever since my pre-teen days, I have been studying traditional Chinese herbology. Later in life, I learned qi gong, acupressure, and acupuncture as an adult.
To me, Chinese medicine is an art. I learned that during my sick childhood, suffering from severe asthma which had prevented me from attending elementary school. During my quest to find relief from asthma, I learned the value of Chinese medicinal philosophy and the ancient knowledge it carries.
I want to share my experience and knowledge with everyone just as my father did as a Qi Gong Grand Master. We both found our cures for our ailments through the practice of traditional Chinese medicinal philosophy and arts. Thank you all for reading.