TAI CHI AS AN ART OF HEALING WITH TEW BUNNAG
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Saturday the 25th of January 10:00 - 13.30 & 15:00 - 18:00
Sunday the 26th of January 10:00 - 14:00
The seminar will take place in English
Tew Bunnag will share his knowledge and practices that help the practitioner maintain harmony and wellbeing, understand the healing dimension of Tai Chi and how it can reach one's deep level of being.
Tew Bunnag was born in Bangkok in 1947. He studied Chinese and Economics at Cambridge University and graduated in 1968. In 1966 he began his spiritual training with the late Trungpa Rinpoche and later continued with the Ven. Chao Khun Sobhana Dhammasuddhi, the then abbot of the Buddhapadipa Temple, now known as Dhiravamsa. Since 1975 he has been a lay teacher of meditation and Taiji, and has written various books and articles on the subject. In 2000 he began to work for The Human Devlopment Foundation in Bangkok and is a past member of the board. In Spain since 2007 he has participated in the Death and Dying Symposiums organized by the University Hospital of Elche. He has also given courses and workshops in the Secpal (Spanish Society of Palliative Care) conferences and for Eaps (Equipo de Atención Psicosocial). He has been invited to lecture and teach in various hospitals throughout Spain, and given courses on Death and Dying in the U.K, Portugal, Greece and Thailand. Apart from his public work he also accompanies people entering their terminal stages, as well as give counselling to the family members. He was a founder member and president of the Vinyana Association that offers training to both professionals and non-professionals in providing Spiritual Companionship, and is advisor to the Costa Brava Hospice Association and to the Metta Hospice Foundation. He continues to give courses in Taiji, Qigong and the Yijing.