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Like the Yin-Yang, Eastern Martial Arts and Western medicine are two halves of a whole my mission is to preserve the ancient mind-body tools, and pass them on to you.


Just announced, workshop Sun 11/10 with Rami in Boston

Have you ever attended a class taught by Rami?  If you haven't, this is a great chance to be taught and coached by Rami. If you have attended a class by Rami in the past, you know you'll always learn more with him.  This workshop is for everyone- beginners and people who have practiced for many years.

On Sunday, November 11 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, Master Teacher Ramel (Rami) will be leading a Sunrise Tai Chi class.

Click here to  learn more and sign up for the workshop.  Money back guarantee.

 Sunrise Tai Chi is a series of powerful mind/body exercises that awaken the senses, stimulate the mind, and fill your body and Spirit with abundant energy. Master-teacher Ramel (Rami) Rones will teach a simplified tai chi form to: 

* Revitalize your health and well being through deep relaxation, breath, meditation, stretching and strengthening techniques.
* Apply core principles of Tai Chi, Qigong, and Yoga together with Mind/Body Science to tap into the abundant universal energy.
* Prevent injuries and boost your immune system.
* Strengthen your muscles, tendons and joints.
* Free the skeleton from being a prisoner of the soft tissue.

Ramel is a champion martial artist on the leading edge of Qi Gong therapies for patients with cancer, fibromyalgia and arthritis. He is the author of the best-selling Sunrise and Sunset Tai Chi books and DVDs, a new online course, a disciple of Master Dr. Yang-Jwing Ming, and the first Tai Chi Master to co-author a study in The New England Journal of Medicine and featured in the New York Times.

After years of winning gold medals in China and in the United States, Ramel focuses his efforts on helping people with conditions such as cancer, fibromyalgia, arthritis, aging, injuries, and stress. He is a Scientific Consultant of Mind/Body Therapies at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School, Children's Hospital Boston and Tufts Medical Center, as well as co-author of numerous scientific publications. He lectures and instructs the techniques of the eastern Internal Arts in hospitals, institutions, and schools around the world. In addition to contributing articles to medical publications, Ramel has been featured on international television (CNN, National Geographic), in newspapers (New York Times, Boston Globe), magazines (Inside Kung Fu), books, and videos.

 Click here to learn more and sign up for the workshop.  Money back guarantee.