Headquarters:

Tai Chi and Qi Gong Healing Institute

3277 C Fruitville Rd. Suite 2

Sarasota, Florida 34237

508-380-0449 

 

About Us: The Tai Chi and Qi Gong Healing Institute (TQHI) is a non-profit organization committed to promoting natural health and improving wellbeing by educating people of natural healing methods.

Natural Healing Education

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A Non-Profit Organization Promoting Natural Healing and Prevention

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The Tai Chi and Qi Gong Healing Institute (TQHI) is a non-profit organization committed to promoting health and improving quality of life by helping people identify and strengthen their own internal energy or Chi

 

TQHI was established in January, 1998 by Dr. Aihan Kuhn.

In October 2001, it became a non-profit organization with 5 directors and many volunteers. Since then TQHI has organized many activities to create a positive influence in people's lives. 

 

Our intention is to provide natural healing education and training on the use of the Chinese healing exercises like Tai Chi and Qi Gong for preventing illness and injury, bettering health and improving longevity.

 

 

How We Achieve Our Mission

 

1. We educate the public on natural healing and prevention methods, philosophy, and practice. These are accomplished through our Annual Conference on Natural Healing and Prevention, and our Qi Gong and Tai Chi practice:

  • Teaching individuals to activate and develop their own inner wisdom to find out what works for their own healing journey. Helping people to reduce medical costs by enhancing health and wellbeing throughout the body as a whole.

  • Educating medical professionals to understand the benefits of a collaboration between Eastern and Western healing methods.

  • Providing proven methods to relieve stress.

 

2. We provide a meetup group for outdoor Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and other exercises:

  • It is free to the public and it gives an opportunity for people to experience these ancient healing exercises to help relieve their chronic ailments, balance emotions, relieve stress, and maintain happiness.   

  • Empower individuals to take control of their own healing and health.

  • By organizing the annual World Tai Chi Day, we help unite the world to promote healing Qi

  • Delay Aging Process

  • Increase Longevity

  • Increase Flexibility

  • Strengthen Muscles and Tendons

  • Increase Strength and Endurance

  • Aid in the Treatment of:

    • ​Heart Disease

    • High Blood Pressure

    • Arthritis

    • Digestive Disorders

    • Skin Diseases

    • Depression

    • Cancer

  • Improvement of Balance

  • Decrease the Risk of Falling

  • Increase Mental Health

  • Increase Aerobic Capacity

  • Decrease Stress

  • Decrease the Symptoms of Fibromyalgia

Harnessing Your Qi

 

 

                In Chinese thought, Qi, or (phonetically spelled) chi, is the fundamental life energy of the universe. It is invisible but present in air, water, food and sunlight. In the body, Qi is the unseen vital force that sustains life. We are all born with inherited amounts of Qi, and we also get acquired Qi from the food we eat and the air we breathe. In Qi Gong and Tai Chi, the breath is believed to account for the largest quantity of acquired Qi, because the body uses air more than any other substance. The balance of our physical, mental, and emotional levels also affect qi levels in the body.

 

Qi travels through the body along channels called meridians. There are 12 main meridians, corresponding to the 12 principal organs as defined by the traditional Chinese system: the lung, large intestines, stomach, spleen, heart, small intestine, urinary bladder, kidney, liver, gallbladder, pericardium, and the "triple warmer," which represents the entire torso region. Each organ has qi associated with it, and each organ interacts with particular emotions on the mental level.

 

Dr. Aihan Kuhn

Dr. Aihan Kuhn, C.M.D., is a Chinese medical doctor trained in both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is one of the foremost educators and practitioners of holistic medicine in the world.

 

She has successfully treated thousands of patients with a wide range of illnesses which were not easily treatable by conventional medicine. In addition Dr. Kuhn is a:

  • Qi Gong & Tai Chi Master Teacher

  • Doctor of Chinese Medicine 

  • Author of three books on natural healing including the award winning “Simple Chinese Medicine”

  • Professional Speaker

  • Former OBGYN

  • Former UMass Medical Research Team Member