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  • EQUINE-ASSISTED PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT and COUNSELING
  • EQUINE-IMITY SOMATIC HORSEMANSHIP
Monday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. by appointment
Sessions are held at Webb Ranch, Portola Valley, CA
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FALL 2017
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Stanford Medical Tai Chi
Wednesdays, 27 September — 6 December 2017
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Stanford School of Medicine
Roble Hall Theater
374 Santa Teresa St, Stanford Campus
Contact Dr. Kane if you wish to attend.
Stanford Medical Tai Chi (tai ji) is a medical school elective open to Stanford undergraduate and graduate students, employees, and community members. From 4:30 to 5:00 we study the peer-reviewed medical literature on the health benefits of tai ji and qigong ("chee goong"). From 5:00 to 6:00 we learn tai ji theory, warm up with standing meditation and silk-reeling qigong exercises plus Gun Lin and Shaolin style walking qigong. We then practice a tai ji set derived from the Tai Chi For Health Institute's Tai Chi for Energy. TCE is a combination of Chen, Yang, and Sun styles. Forms consist of easy-to-learn, gentle, relaxing movements suitable for all fitness levels and physical abilities.
Recommended text: The Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi by Wayne and Fuerst
Medical Tai Chi alumni are welcome to join us for tai ji practice at 5 p.m.
Credit: 1 unit for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student registration: AXESS FOR FAMMED213
Other registration: Contact bkane1@stanford.edu
FREE
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WINTER 2018
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Stanford Medical Tai Chi
Wednesdays, 10 January — 14 March 2018
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Stanford School of Medicine
Roble Hall Theater
374 Santa Teresa St, Stanford Campus
Contact Dr. Kane if you wish to attend.
Description: see description in Fall Quarter 2017 above
Medical Tai Chi alumni are welcome to join us for tai ji practice at 5 p.m.
Credit: 1 unit for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student registration: AXESS FOR FAMMED213
Other registration: Contact bkane1@stanford.edu
FREE
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SPRING 2018
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Stanford Medical Tai Chi
Wednesdays, 4 April — 6 June 2018
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Stanford School of Medicine
Roble Hall Theater
374 Santa Teresa St, Stanford Campus
Contact Dr. Kane if you wish to attend.
Description: see description in Fall Quarter 2017 above
Medical Tai Chi alumni are welcome to join us for tai ji practice at 5 p.m.
Credit: 1 unit for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student registration: AXESS FOR FAMMED213
Other registration: Contact bkane1@stanford.edu
FREE
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Stanford Medicine and Horsemanship —
A Communication Model for the Doctor-Patient Relationship
Sundays, 30 April and 7 May 2018
10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Webb Ranch (10 minutes from campus)
Portola Valley, CA
Medicine and Horsemanship is a medical school elective for healthcare students, physicians, nurses, and other patient care providers from Stanford and outlying. Learn effective communication, team work, leadership & followership, and self-care skills with magnificent, gentle horses. Business and law students have also attended.
Limit: 12 participants
Free for Stanford students who register in AXESS
$250 for unregistered students
$400 for Stanford employees, staff, and community
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford University and Stanford Hospital employees
Credit: 1 unit for students.
Students and employees enroll through AXESS for FAMMED 252
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Stanford Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses
Thursdays, 10 — 21 May 2018
4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Webb Ranch (10 minutes from campus)
Portola Valley, CA
Offered through the Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP), Equine-imity teaches you how to lower stress, regulate your emotions, and live with greater peace and joy using qigong ("chi goong"), a tai ji-like exercise, with magnificent, gentle horses. Course consists of four group sessions and one private session with Beverley Kane, MD.
Open to Stanford staff, faculty, students, and community.
Limit: 12 participants.
$320
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees.
Registration on the HIP website.
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SUMMER 2018
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Stanford Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses
Thursdays, 5 — 26 July 2018
4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Webb Ranch (10 minutes from campus)
Portola Valley, CA
Offered through the Stanford Health Improvement Program (HIP), Equine-imity teaches you how to lower stress, regulate your emotions, and live with greater peace and joy using qigong ("chi goong"), a tai ji-like exercise, with magnificent, gentle horses. Course consists of four group sessions and one private session with Beverley Kane, MD.
Open to Stanford staff, faculty, students, and community.
Limit: 12 participants.
$320
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees.
Registration on the HIP website.
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