Tai Yi means supreme movement.
Life Energy Flow Tai Yi is a healing modality that works to balance the meridians systems within the human body. There are over 4,000 treatments in Tai Yi. Each individual treatment is designed to create a specific movement in the human body. Tai Yi consists of treatments that work with physical disease, bonding issues, emotional, mental, etherical, past/future, and spiritual diseases.
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FOUNDER OF LIFE ENERGY FLOW TAI YI
Hossca Harrison is the Founder and Master Teacher at Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing.
Joseph Armeanio is Hossca Harrison’s Primary Student and a teacher at Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing.
Master/Teacher: Hossca Harrison
Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing was founded by Hossca Harrison in 1994.
Hossca Harrison trains Tai Yi practitioners in the healing art of Tai Yi. Hossca began studying with his teacher in the early 1980’s.
Primary Student/Teacher: Joseph Armeanio
Joseph Armeanio has been studying under Hossca Harrison as his primary student since 2008. He currently works to teach and train students of Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing.
He teaches elective classes that are available to both current students and the general public.
Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing is a based in Woodland Park, Colorado. It currently consists of ongoing classes. These classes are NOT open the general public.
Core Classes offer students training in the practical application of Tai Yi. This consists of training and exercises to develop the necessary skills to perform Tai Yi properly.
Students are taught healing treatments depending on their demonstrated level of ability. Students are regularly tested to maintain proper form and function of the techniques taught.
If you are interested in attending these classes please fill out the contact form requesting further information.
Life Energy Flow Tai Yi School of Healing is offering elective classes that are open to both current students and the general public.
Seats are available to members of the general public by request only.
This is due to our current facility having limited seating.