Susan Cromwell on Acupuncture Points in Taijiquan and Qigong Movements

by Ken Ryan on October 4, 2013

November 18, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Bowdoin College Buck Center #301
ME 04011
Ken Ryan

Susan Cromwell is an experienced and beloved practitioner of Chinese Medicine. She holds a Masters Degree from the TAI SOPHIA Institute in Laurel, Maryland, and is the founder of Wellness Through the Seasons in Westbrook, Maine, and an instructor at Maine Center for Taijiquan Studies in Portland.

In this workshop Susan will focus on key acupuncture points and how they are effected/activated by the movements we routinely do in our Taijiquan and Qigong practice. There are so many levels of practice, with the energetic remaining a mystery to many practitioners. This workshop will open the door to how the meridians and energy flow are strategically influenced by the time-honored movements that to some seem like mere calisthenics. They are so much more!

Susan’s understanding of the complexity of the art is extensive, and she is generously willing to share. She’s smart, articulate… a sincere and thoughtful teacher.

This event is sponsored by the Bowdoin College Counseling Service and is free to all members of the Bowdoin College Community. All others interested in attending, please contact Ken Ryan.

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