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Qigong & TaiChi Teacher Certification



Offered Spring & Fall 


Fall 2018 Dates:

Sept 22 - Oct 28

NO CLASS: 9/30 & 10/6

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Limited to 8 participants

> 20 hrs Sat/Sun, 2:30-4:30pm

> 10 hrs Qigong Classes (weekdays)
   30 hrs

** Makeup sessions available

  • Increase physical stamina
  • Strengthen mental focus
  • Lead a class
  • Make appropriate corrections
  • Give clear directions
  • Demonstrate postures
  • Answer questions
  • Work with limited abilities


Payment plan available
Call Jade Lady 907-562-2863




10-Movement TaiChiChuan

>  80 hrs TaiChi Classes
>  20 hrs Qigong Classes
>  24 hrs Intensives (4 hrs/mo)

         Every 1st Saturday
>  12 hrs Private Sessions
>    9 hrs Student Teaching
   145 hrs

Course duration will be 6-8 months, depending on student's pace.

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Payment plan available
Call Jade Lady 907-562-2863




"DaoShima is one of four teachers I've had in eleven years of practicing T'ai Chi. Working with her inspired me to become a teacher myself. She has so much knowledge and shares it in a way that brings out your own innate abilities. She asks a lot of you and gives you the confidence to achieve it." - Richard Rainery, Founder of Rainstorm T'ai Chi La Peñita, Nayarit, Mexico

DaoShima is an excellent instructor, whose teaching experience and knowledge of Qigong is evident. By simply practicing one or two Qigong movements with my clients, I notice an immediate difference in their mental relaxation and focus. I highly recommend this course. – Robin duSaint


DaoShima’s Certification course greatly increased my focus and strength. I highly recommend this course, whether you have started a meditation journey or only want to begin, DaoShima can show you the way. – Kep Pierce


This certification is an amazing experience. Not only did I learn the beautiful Badwanjin Qigong, inside out, but I was able to tap into an inner source which really opened up my skills as a teacher.
 - LaoShih Carmen Bydalek

From the Daoist tea service to video critiques, this course was a perfect blend of information, immersion and interaction. I now feel fully capable and confident to share Qigong with others.
- LaoShih Charlotte MacCay

“DaoShima is a compassionate teacher who has an intimate understanding of the struggles of her students. She is an excellent guide on the Way.” - Shima Kathi Remsen, LMT





To me, teaching TaiChi means living the life… a life that transforms you. You will understand the meaning of cultivation on a new level; and you will spread that information to help others find peace and purpose. Our fast-paced world with constant stimuli challenges mental and physical well-being, it increases stress-related disease and mental anguish, and keeps us from loving our life and relationships. With your help, we can bring joy and contentment to the lives of countless families throughout our Alaska community.


TaiChi Teacher Certification emphasizes: 

  • Increasing flexibility & balance
  • Developing good form & posture
  • Making appropriate corrections
  • Giving clear directions
  • Demonstrating postures
  • Working with limited abilities
  • Understanding the influence of intent







Private Study 

Tailor-made personal development with DaoShima



Learn TaiChi or Qigong at your own pace, or come with specific movements you want to improve.



Minimize stress and anxiety by learning to manage emotions in a way that generates flow and harmony. Together, we will develop a meditative program that fits your lifestyle.



Manifest a goal or chart a path of self-discovery. Utilize your inner vision to turn obstacles into stepping-stones and realize your spirit path.



   > Private/Semi-Private Session

      (1 or 2 clients): $90/hr

   > Private/Semi-Private 8 Sessions

      (1 or 2 clients): $595 (~$75/hr)





TaiChi / Qigong Overview



B&W_Tai Chi          




TaiChiChuan, or Grand Ultimate Fist, is considered the ultimate martial art. It was created to develop superior strength in monks who defended the Daoist lifestyle against other martial warriors. TaiChi is practiced to develop focus, grace, balance, and emotional well-being. The most popular are family forms: Yang-style (from Yang Chung Fu) and Chen-style (from General Chen of Chen Village). Yang Chung Fu developed Yang-style TaiChiChuan in the early 1900s after studying with General Chen. Yang-style TaiChi is known for its slow-motion and smooth movements. The original 108-Movement Yang-style form was simplified into the popular 24-Movement form in the 1960s to encourage competition throughout China. Execution of the movements will vary depending on the martial intent.










The art of Qigong was preceded by shamanistic practices originating in Siberia.  As the Siberian practices migrated, they emerged as Qigong (a post-revolution  term) in China and as Yogic practices in India. Qi (energy) + gong (work) was developed by Daoist monks to counteract the loss of body strength after hours of seated meditation. Composed of simple postures, slow movements, and visualizations, Qigong has been practiced for centuries to strengthen the body-mind-spirit connection, prevent disease from manifesting, and to diminish the effects of disease once it has taken root in the body. There are a multitude of Qigong forms originating from various Chinese temples and martial arts families.





Tai Chi SwordB&W




TaiChi Sword is the art of the healer. Learn to extend Qi into the hands and then project Qi into the sword. Techniques learned in Intermediate TaiChiChuan will provide leg strength and posture. This form will focus on upper body strength, balancing the sword with the fingers, and developing wrist articulation. While TaiChiChuan opens up the ankles and strengthens the legs, Tai Chi Sword opens up the wrists and strengthens the arms.