Welcome to join the online Tai Qi course that I teach at the Northwestern University via Zoom on Wednesdays at 7PM on these dates:
September 30, October 7,14,21,28, November 4 (6 sessions).
Registration information is available at
Exciting news: Northwestern University has invited me again to teach Tai Qi during this winter. Beginning January 15 through February 19, 2020, I am going to conduct the new Tai Qi program on Wednesdays 7PM-8:30PM at the Norris University Center at Northwestern University, 1999 Campus Drive, Lake Room, Evanston IL 60208. To enroll, use the link below:
I discovered Tai Qi when working in Siberia with a group of medical professionals in 1988. Throughout my medical work in Siberia, I met a doctor from China who introduced me to Tai Qi as a source of external energy. I started practicing it twice a day and noticed feeling newly energized. I continued studying and practicing it for years, even after I moved to the United States. After concluding my medical education, I became a faculty member at Northwestern University in 2009, where I taught Tai Qi for six years. I simultaneously served on the faculty of The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. I applied my knowledge of Tai Qi incorporating it when necessary for treatment protocol, and educating my students both at Northwestern University and at PCOM. Later, I developed the program for the Holistic and Organic Corporation, conducting trainings and seminars for medical professionals and individuals. This Tai Qi course is developed for anybody who wants to increase their energy level and core power. It has found wide acclaim among the Northwestern University students and faculty, as well as among the individuals with stressful lifestyle, andmartial arts practitioners who want to expand the list of professional modalities.
My numerous patients who have taken this Tai Qi course, reported reduction of stress and improvement of various aspects of their health, including improvement of memory, mental clarity, increased physical strength, increased joint flexibility, and reduction of pain.