Rebecca Kali is an internationally recognized Qigong instructor and energy healer from Northern Minnesota. Her personal experience of healing from injuries received in a car accident, chronic pain and fibromyalgia, have an important message for anyone interested in self-healing. That experience led to her becoming a champion and spokesperson for the health maintenance and healing benefits of Qigong. Qigong for Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue program she created has helped hundreds of people to live a life free of pain. Her motto is: "No one should be in pain." Her dedication to making Qigong available to everyone, led Kali to accept a position on the National Qigong Association (NQA) board of Directors in 1998. As a board member, Administrative Director and Executive Director of the NQA, she helped Qigong and the NQA gain a national presence. In 2003, she went on to become founding director of Qigong Alliance International, a nonprofit organization and global Qigong community with members from 49 countries. Her website is www.QiCentral.org Rebecca Kali is also founder of Dao of Well Being™ which offers classes, workshops, and retreats with a focus on Qigong, stress reduction, and connection with nature. This is the 6th year for the popular Qigong Women in the Wilderness Retreat she leads with Cis Hager. Rebecca also teaches Medical Qigong, Chinese Soaring Crane, Eight Brocades and many other styles of Qigong, Meditation, and Daoist Inner Alchemy. She has traveled to China twelve times to study Qigong and Daoist healing arts. Together with Mark Johnson, she leads tours to the ancient sacred settings where Daoism has been cultivated for thousands of years. They are the journey of self-discovery and inner transformation for the trip members.
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