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Qigong Self-Cultivation with Dylan Kirk

QIG-802-804 | Qigong Self-Cultivation

DATE: May 8th - August 14th, Wednesday

TIME: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

LOCATION: OCTCM Toronto Campus, 283 Spadina Ave, 3rd floor

COST: $390

*Cancellations on or before two week prior to the course start date will result in a $50 + HST cancellation fee. Student cancellations made less than two weeks prior will not receive a refund.


This course teaches fundamental Qigong exercises of both moving and stationary styles. Students learn to become deeply aware of their own qi and how to use it to remain centered and relaxed, to cleanse and disperse stagnant qi, and to build their reserves. Students learn how to integrate alignment, breathing, awareness, and form into a self-practice routine to promote balance and well-being.


Dylan Kirk R.Ac, R.TCMP, M.Sc (China, Acupuncture)

Dylan Kirk is a Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (CTCMPAO), Registered Acupuncturist (CTCMPAO). He has Dipl.TCM, Dipl. Acupuncture, Bachelor of Medicine and Masters Degree in Acupuncture from Henan University of TCM, Sifu title through Spiritwind Internal Arts and Sifu Chik Mason: Qigong, Tai Chi, Dao In Yoga, Kung Fu, Baguazhang, Thai Massage, Lin Zi Jing Luo Qi Gong Therapy, Reiki. Current President of CTCMASO, Academic Dean at the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (OCTCM) and current Campus Director at the OCTCM Toronto Campus.

Dylan Kirk has spent his life immersed in traditional Eastern practices. He is a senior disciple of Master Chik Qadir Mason from whom he earned the honours of Black Sash and Sifu, or lineage holder and teacher. He has studied, practiced and taught classical Daoist martial, healing and meditation arts since 1998 and now runs the Toronto branch of Spiritwind Internal Arts. He received his diploma of TCM from the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine where he is now Academic Dean and instructor. He has continued his studies, completing a Bachelor of Medicine degree and Masters of Acupuncture degree from Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. Dylan is known for his ability to communicate the complex theories and practices of classical Daoist arts to broad audiences. With his foundation in the internal and martial arts of the Chinese tradition, he is able to reflect a depth of practice in Chinese Medicine not often seen. He has quickly become known in the Toronto area as an excellent practitioner and teacher.

For more information contact /416-901-8818.


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