NEW!! School location:

London Square North
5800 S. Lewis Ave
Suite 139
Tulsa, OK 74105

Class times:

Mondays

6:30pm to 7:20pm - Introduction to Qigong

7:30pm to 8:20pm - Meditation (Advanced)

Tuesdays

6:30pm-7:20pm - Introduction to Qigong

7:30pm to 8:20pm - Medical Qigong (Advanced)

Wednesdays
By Appointment Only

Thursdays

6:30pm-7:20pm - Introduction to Qigong

7:30pm to 8:20pm - Martial Qigong (Advanced)

Fridays
By Appointment Only

Saturdays & Sundays
Reserved for Seminars (see website)

Tuition:

Call for current enrollment special (918) 855-4222.

May attend 3 weekly classes (at assigned training level).

Private lessons available upon request.

Enrollment fee and t-shirt purchase required for new students.

Need a speaker for your group or association?
Contact us at
(918) 855-4222
or send an email to
ymaatulsa@cox.net

 





 

I started Qigong a year ago in the hope of helping me deal with my autoimmune disease. While I have attended classes faithfully, I have not practiced at home as faithfully until recently. In spite of that, I have recently realized that there have been changes in my life physically, emotionally and spiritually (the last two were unexpected). I used to crave chocolate but no more, I am sleeping better and it requires less medicine to help me during a flare-up of my chronic disease.

During frustrating situations I find I am more patient and empathetic. While I don’t consider myself materialistic, I did get caught up in a collecting lust. That is gone. With continuing practice I look forward to even more benefits.

C.W., Tulsa, OK.

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Since starting to take Chi Gong approximately 3 years ago, I have learned how to control hip pain through acupressure; this has been very important for me whenever I have pain. I have, also, learned exercises that allowed me to rid myself of trigger finger and the beginnings of carpal tunnel.  I no longer have these concerns.

 Chi Cong has taught me how to relax through meditation and the important exercises.  One set of exercises helps concerns in all parts of the body and when done regularly will help one to become more limber and relaxed.  Chi Gong is not a difficult method of learning how to relax and feel better along with a sense of accomplishing goals for a healthier life.   

 I, also, received exercises specific to breast cancer.  Along with the exercises, I learned how they worked toward better health in this area of concern.

M.L.H., Tulsa, OK

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I am your typical baby boomer that is trying to regain and maintain good health without western drugs.  I am a person that is always tired and my personality reflects my fatigue.  I have noticed that I do not take naps during the day like I used to. Plus the people around me can see a difference in me.

Sincerely,
D.B., Tulsa, OK

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When I came to YMAA and Tom Bowman, I was tired all the time, depressed, and living with an excruciating abdominal pain. American doctors and pharmaceuticals were not solving the problem and making me better.

I opened my mind and heart to concepts and principles of “life energy” and things like bio-electricity (kinda like dragging your feet on the carpet and shocking someone). It was a scary step into the unknown at times, as my studies continued. However, by combining my Christian beliefs with fundamentals of Eastern medicine and the advice of my American doctors, I now feel healthier than I’ve felt in a long time.

I can honestly say that our 200+ years of American medical technology are far outweighed by almost 6,000 years of Chinese history and practice. Simply put, to each his own... but this stuff is “tried and true” for me.     

Sincerely,
Trevor C. Lane, Tulsa, OK

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I'm a lawyer in Tulsa.  As a student of YMAA Tulsa for the last three years, it has been my privilege to study with Thomas Bowman, who is trained by and affiliated with renowned Qigong practitioners.  The more I learn, the more respect I have for the generations of Qigong scholars and practitioners who developed practical systems for enriching human life.  It was quite surprising to find in Tulsa a school drawing on this rich tradition, and translating the systems into terms readily understandable by those of us raised in Western culture. 

Many of the nuances of Qigong are not adequately conveyed (purposely, I suspect) in books or videotapes and require the input of a trained instructor.  The training at YMAA Tulsa, dutifully applied, has led to a general improvement in my physical condition and an improved level (at least from my perspective) of spiritual understanding.  I wholeheartedly recommend this training to anyone interested in taking advantage of the valuable information compiled over centuries of effort in Asia.

Bruce Wayne Freeman, Tulsa, OK

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Chi Kung has become a very important part of my life in the fact that is has helped me in all areas of my life.  My awareness of myself, surroundings and others has increased and continues to do so. I have adopted a holistic lifestyle which Chi Kung compliments by emphasizing the importance of the whole and the interdependence of its parts.  When the spiritual, mental, emotional, physical and the environmental aspects of one's life are harmoniously integrated, one will always have the full support of nature's nurturing influences.  Chi Kung has helped me on my journey for health, happiness, strength (physical & mental) alertness and balance.  The more I do Chi Kung the more is revealed and is a life long journey for me.

Veronica Winkler, Tulsa, OK

 

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