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Weekly classes are taught by Dorene Hyman, L.Ac., and William J. Kaplanidis, L.Ac.

Thursdays from 6-7pm at 252 W. 30th Street, 4th Floor.

Please contact Dorene at (link sends e-mail) for details.


Mind-Body Arts Seminars: (link is external)


Ba Duan Jin- Eight Pieces of Brocades Qigong

Five Elements and Acudragon Wellness Qigong













Revitalize, Re-energize with Acudragon® T’ai Chi and Qigong


Join a class in Acudragon® T’ai Chi and Qigong.  Often called “Meditation in Motion,” T’ai Chi Ch’uan is an internal martial art known for its many health benefits.  In this class, you will learn Yang Style T’ai Chi and numerous qigong exercises. While learning these healing movements, you will be taught the martial arts applications and the guiding principles to a stress-free life.


Call 212-947-7111 ext.295 or email for private training and class schedule.

William at the NY Opencenter:

Self Protection For Practitioners


Program Description 

This 4 hour experiential workshop will provide practical methods of protecting your professional practice. You will learn environmental and energetic methods of protecting your energy field and workspace and learn effective methods to hold space for patients without taking on their “stuff".You will learn how the relationship between the organs in OM relate to the safety of both you and your patients and how to protect yourself from taking on energy that does not serve you. Learn powerful techniques (practical psychotherapy tools, Qi Gong exercises, Feng Shui and shamanic protection techniques) for shielding and strengthening your energy field and office space.


Type of Program:One-Day Live Presentation

Location: 110 William St., 19th Floor, Room 4, New York, New York, United States

Date: 7/16/2017


Recertification Category:

•CW-PE 4.00

•Total 4



•Kaplanidis, William John, M.S., M.A., Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)®, Dipl. C.H. (NCCAOM)®, L.Ac.

•Boyer, Kristen, MA

Ethics and Clinical Boundaries: Crossings vs. Violations 

at Pacific Center for Lifelong Learning




Professional Development



Self-healing with acupressure and aromatherapy



Develop listening skills and healing techniques using hypnosis and guided imagery



Utilize Tui Na and the Sandlin Technique to enhance treatment




Personal Development


Tai Ji  Quan

Simplified, 24 Yang Style, Traditional 37 Yang Style        


Qi Gong

Five Elements, Eight Pieces of Brocades, Muscles Sinews Changing Exercises, Standing Pole among others



Daoist and Buddhist based meditations like Golden Light and Inner Smile


Stress Management

Learn various techniques to cope with life stress and find your inner peace