PRIVATE SESSIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS, COUPLES, AND FAMILIES

Private sessions are available during the covid pandemic. Face coverings and social distancing are required at the lesson office and in the barns. Horsensei group programs are scheduled to resume in the Fall of 2021. Please refer to the course descriptions below for details. Dates to be determined.

Monday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. by appointment
Contact: Beverley Kane, MD
Sessions are held at Webb Ranch, Portola Valley, CA
SUMMER 2021

Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses

Private 1-Hour Sessions
Semi-private 1.5-Hour Sessions. Come with a friend or family member.
Monday — Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Webb Ranch
Portola Valley, CA

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. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

Tuition: $120 per person
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees starting Spring 2022.
Registration: sensei@horsensei.com
FALL 2021

Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses

Private 1-Hour Sessions
Semi-private 1.5-Hour Sessions. Come with a friend or family member.
Monday — Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Webb Ranch
Portola Valley, CA

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. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

Tuition: $120 per person
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees starting Spring 2022.
Registration: sensei@horsensei.com

Stanford Medical Tai Chi

Wednesdays
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: 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 Guo 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, 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.

Credit: 1 unit for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student registration: AXESS FOR FAMMED213
Other registration: Contact Dr. Kane
FREE
WINTER 2022

Stanford Medical Tai Chi

Wednesdays
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: 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 Guo 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, 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.

Credit: 1 unit for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student registration: AXESS FOR FAMMED213
Other registration: Contact Dr. Kane
FREE
SPRING 2022

Stanford Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses

Private 1-Hour Sessions
Semi-private 1.5-Hour Sessions. Come with a friend or family member.
Monday — Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Webb Ranch (10 minutes from campus)
Portola Valley, CA

Offered through the Standford BeWell Program (BeWell), 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. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

Tuition: $125
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees.
Registration on the BeWell website.

Stanford Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses

Four-Week Class
Thursdays
4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Webb Ranch (10 minutes from campus)
Portola Valley, CA

Offered through the Standford BeWell Program (BeWell), 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. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

Limit: 12 participants.
Tuition: $325
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees.
Registration on the BeWell website.

Stanford Medical Tai Chi

Wednesdays
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: 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 Guo 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, 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.

Credit: 1 unit for graduate and undergraduate students.
Student registration: AXESS FOR FAMMED213
Other registration: Contact Dr. Kane
FREE

Stanford Medicine and Horsemanship —
A Communication Model for the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Sundays
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 areas. Learn effective communication, team work, leadership & followership, and self-care skills with magnificent, gentle horses. Business, law, and engineering students have also attended and are welcome. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

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
SUMMER 2022

Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses

Private 1-Hour Sessions
Semi-private 1.5-Hour Sessions. Come with a friend or family member.
Monday — Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Webb Ranch
Portola Valley, CA

Offered through the Standford BeWell Program (BeWell), 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. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

Tuition: $125 per person
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees starting Spring 2022.
BeWell website .

Stanford Equine-imity Somatic Horsemanship —
Stress Reduction in the Presence of Horses

Four-Week Class
Thursdays
4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Webb Ranch (10 minutes from campus)
Portola Valley, CA

Offered through the Stanford BeWell Program (BeWell), 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. See Equine-imity Program Page for additional information.

Limit: 12 participants.
Tuition: $325
STAP/EA eligible for Stanford employees.
Registration on the BeWell website.