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About our Instructor Har Har

About The Instructor

Har Har Khalsa has studied and practiced with highly skilled masters for over 40 years in the movement and energy arts field. He was trained and certified in Medical Qigong and Qi Healing by Master Tianyou Hao, who is renowned Grandmaster of Qigong.


In 2017, Har Har also traveled to Wudang Mountain, in China, to train with Master Ming Yue, learning a unique form of Tai Chi-Qigong called “Vitality Qigong”, which he teaches in his classes. 


Har Har Khalsa additionally trained for five years with Sifu Richard Leirer, at the Qigong and Tai Chi Academy, and graduated from his intensive training course with certification as a Tai Chi and Qigong instructor. Prior to that, he also studied Qigong at the White Cloud Institute, with certification as a Qigong instructor. 


Har Har Khalsa has written numerous articles on Qigong and he is the author of the book, “Qi and Body Awareness”, which shares methodology on how to discover Qi, gather Qi, and move Qi throughout the body for health and well-being.


Tai Chi-Qigong Classes

Our classes in Tai Chi-Qigong movement include gentle, yet aerobic forms of practice known for beneficial physical, mental, and emotional health. This is why these practices are termed as “Medical Qigong”. Articles state that the Harvard Medical School endorsed Qigong and Tai Chi for helping with arthritis, low bone density, breast cancer, heart disease, heart failure, hypertension, Parkinson's disease, sleep problems, and stroke, when combined with medical treatment. Research also shows that Tai Chi (Qigong) can benefit people with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and other ongoing, painful conditions. Further studies indicate that Tai Chi /Qigong will beneficially impact the health of the heart, bones, nerves, muscles, immune system, and psychological health. Additionally, these movements are found to maintain strength, flexibility and balance in the practitioner. Our classes train students on the internal arts of sensing Qi, gathering Qi, and moving Qi throughout the body, using mind, breath, and motion in synchronicity. This way we learn to consciously open the Qi flow through the meridians and energy gates of the body. With this skill, the Qigong practitioner can develop the ability to heal their body and their being with the power of their mind and breath.

Harvard Medical School Endorses Qigong and Tai Chi

The Health Benefits of Tai Chi

Anti-Aging Benefits of Qigong

Please feel free to contact Har Har with any questions