Qigong: Science and Practice
Martha Fiddes, PT, GCS, CQM
July 14, 2017 (1p.m. – 4p.m.)
Martha Fiddes, PT, GCS, CQMis a Physical Therapist and a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Geriatrics. She is also a Certified Qigong Master, and is passionate about utilizing holistic practices and complementary medicine to help people and animals enjoy the best possible health.
Martha completed her Master program with Grandmaster Sifu Armstrong in Atlanta. She is a direct lineage holder of Ermei Ling Qigong.
Through North Texas Qigong, Martha brings Qigong to the community through classes and private sessions. She recently opened her private Qigong Studio, North Texas Qigong at 2106 W. Pioneer Parkway, #124 in Pantego, Texas.
She is the Assistant Vice-President of Post-Acute Management for Christian Care Centers, Inc. In this capacity, she directs the rehabilitation and wellness programs for the corporation, the post-acute care provided.
Learning Objectives for this seminar:
1. Describe the 6 dimensions of wellness
2. Identify sources of Chi/energy in the body
3. List three practices of Qigong that improve wellness
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