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Tai Ji Quan

AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine

Anthony has entered a doctoral program for acupuncture and Chinese medicine. The degree is a DAOM (Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine). He attends AOMA (Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin), traveling to Austin, TX fourteen times (seven days each visit) for two years. 

This section is offered with the underlying caveat that the renderings of these complex terms in any non-Chinese language are essentially inadequate. Scholars have tried for years to discover acceptable meanings for the terms herein; the fact that many phrases are required for each single...

Older than many Chinese disciplines, Qi Gong is extremely varied and wide-ranging. Basically, it is a moving meditative practice. Because of its age, many styles and schools exist. Qi Gong techniques are taught at Peaceful Spirit to clients on an individual basis, and as part of the Tai Ji...

Tai Ji Quan is part of Peaceful Spirit Acupuncture's treatment and practice options.

Anthony has studied martial arts for over twenty-five years, including Aikido, Iaido, Classical Yang style Tai Ji Quan, and both Daoist and Buddhist Qi Gong.  He is a senior student of Fifth Dragon Tai Chi Institute, Toms River, NJ.  His teacher was Sifu Alexander Kiupe, the founder and chief...

From a Chinese medical perspective, Tai Ji courses qi and blood through the physical and energetic bodies; the meridians are opened and balance is established. As the health of the meridians is maintained, so is that of their corresponding organs. As Tai Ji practice incorporates mind and body...