Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
27
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
29
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
22
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
20
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
15
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
13
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
8
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Aug
6
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Jul
30
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Jul
25
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Jul
23
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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 Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park
Jul
18
7:15 PM19:15

Tai Chi and Qi Gong In The Park

Come join us for an introductory course in Yang Style (short form, 1st 3rd) and Qi Gong in the park!

The health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine are: boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can pay online with a credit card (click here) and choose either once or twice a week options, or in pay in person at the clinic. Cash only for drop-ins ($20.00 a drop-in class).

This class will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 7:15pm-8pm.

Want to know more about the history of Tai Chi (Chuan) and Qi Gong and how it can benefit you? Watch this video before your first class!

Want to see an example of Yang Short Form, 1st 3rd, (Cheng Man-Ch’ing) and what you will be learning ? Click here.

Don’t know what to wear or bring for the first class? If you paid online, no payment required! If you will be “dropping in,” cash only payments are accepted ($20 for a drop in class).

Attire: Please wear loose-fitting pants or shorts (i.e. yoga pants or pants or shorts that allow you to easily bend your knees or touch your toes). Wear comfortable shoes or once you arrive, no shoes at all). Your top should allow your arms to bend freely and allow you to turn side-to-side without impingement or tightness.

See you soon!

Be well.

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Keeping Your Child Healthy - Intro. to Pediatric Tui Na and Gua Sha
Oct
23
7:00 PM19:00

Keeping Your Child Healthy - Intro. to Pediatric Tui Na and Gua Sha

In China, preventative health for children is not only practiced in the home, but also at the daycare center.  Teachers and resource helpers will give each child a mini pediatric massage known as “tui na”, that helps to boost the immune system.  Would you like to learn how to do this?  It is not just for children, but can also work for adults.  Gua sha is also another modality that can be used both for preventative maintenance and treatment during illness.  Limited seating and products available (each participant will receive a gua sha kit to take home).  The class is $20 for non-members and free for Preventative Care members.  All participants must register here.

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Intro. to Tai Chi and Qi Gong
Jul
12
6:30 PM18:30

Intro. to Tai Chi and Qi Gong

This class is a FREE introductory class on the history and concepts of Tai Chi and Medical Qi Gong.  It can also help you decide if you would like to join the group classes (starting in May, 2018) being held 1-2 times a week, where Dr. Ro will instruct students on Yang style (short form).

This class will also discuss the health benefits of this ancient martial art form used in traditional Chinese medicine to boost one's immune system, improve ROM (range of motion), improve energy, help with sleep, relieve chronic pain and arthritis, as well as many other benefits.

You can sign up on this page (leave your info. below and say you are interested in this class) or call the clinic to register.

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Come Paint Poppies with Amy Larson, of PaintBox
May
16
6:30 PM18:30

Come Paint Poppies with Amy Larson, of PaintBox

 

At Waleli Wellness, having a way for our patients to release stress is very important! This is why we invited painter and teacher extraordinaire, Amy Larson of PaintBox to Wellness Wednesday!

You don't want to miss this one, folks! There's only room for 8-10 people, so book early if you want a seat! You can sign up on this page or call the clinic to register. The cost is $25 per person (this buys your paints and canvas for your creation).

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Wine As Nature Intended - Come Taste and Learn!
Apr
18
6:30 PM18:30

Wine As Nature Intended - Come Taste and Learn!

The advent of pesticides, chemical additives and sugars provided a way for producers to get around the natural unpredictability of wine production and promotes wine that tastes the same, bottle after bottle, year after year.  This also made it possible to hide flaws that may exist in those bottles, like bacteria and other unpleasant elements.  Unfortunately, wineries rely on pesticides, additives and added sweeteners which means chemically altered, completely unnatural wine is now the norm.  Is it possible to find wine that DOESN'T go through these processes?  What does it mean to have "clean crafted" wine?  Why do some wines give you headaches or cause flushing, while others do not? Can wine actually be GOOD for you? Come get more information from Scout and Cellar representative, Crystal Ikebe.  Register here

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Taking Care of Our Skin
Apr
4
6:30 PM18:30

Taking Care of Our Skin

Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the body?  Come learn more about how to take care of this organ that works hard to take care of you!  

Join Katey Gerlach, RN for a mini-fascial and an education on the products we use daily (that maybe we shouldn't) and how to shop for the products that are actually good for us.

She will also be offering a FREE mini-fascial.  Come relax, learn, and try it out!  Register here   (be sure to hit the "submit" button after you register.  Thank you).

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Natural Solutions - Introduction to Essential Oils
Mar
28
6:30 PM18:30

Natural Solutions - Introduction to Essential Oils

Come learn the benefits of essential oils from speaker and wellness advocate, Peggy Washburn of doTERRA.  The event is hosted by Waleli Wellness.  Dr. Ro Garriott, DAOM, LAc, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) will also be available to answer questions on how essential oils can benefit you and be used as a compliment in Chinese medicine.

Register today for this FREE event!  Space is limited (15 people) so register ASAP, by clicking here.

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