YMAA California Summer Seminars

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YMAA California Summer Seminars

Postby Dvivid » Fri Sep 14, 2007 1:37 pm

http://www.ymaa.com/seminars/june2008

Come to CA for Summer seminars!

Training at the Retreat Center offers an ideal setting for escaping the agitations of modern society and allows you to attain higher levels of skill and understanding. Following the popular seminar series in Boston, MA, the various levels of topics such as Qin Na, Taijiquan, Pushing Hands, and Qigong, will continue under the instruction of Dr. Yang. Due to the Center’s remote location, lodging availability is limited, which ensures smaller groups and a better quality of learning and interaction.

Interested participants should contact YMAA as soon as possible for a reservation. Discounts for YMAA Students.

All are welcome.
"Avoid Prejudice, Be Objective in Your Judgement, Be Scientific, Be Logical and Make Sense, Do Not Ignore Prior Experience." - Dr. Yang

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Postby Dvivid » Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:32 am

Master Yang is now in his mid-60s and he will travel less to teach. It is our responsibility to continue training, and to travel to him in order to continue learning.

He will continue to offer Winter seminars in Boston, and he will now begin offering Summer seminars in CA.

In addition, we are all welcome to join in the training in CA where he will be spending the remainder of his time.

Serious students should plan ahead to attend these seminars to learn directly from Master Yang.
"Avoid Prejudice, Be Objective in Your Judgement, Be Scientific, Be Logical and Make Sense, Do Not Ignore Prior Experience." - Dr. Yang

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Postby tico » Mon Nov 26, 2007 1:10 pm

I know what you mean, but not all people can come to america. I like to but I have an own bisness to run. I can take a day to go to an other ymaa school but I can't go to america. But once I come.

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