Helen Liang, a Cancer Survivor and the author of the top two selling T’ai Chi DVDs on Amazon, and her husband, Chenhan Yang, will teach their family’s Qigong and T’ai Chi forms as part of One Pine Institute’s Living Masters Series.

     When Helen Liang was diagnosed with cancer, she decided to incorporate the ancient practice of Qigong and T’ai Chi along with chemotherapy.    While she wasn’t given many months to live, she eventually made a full recovery and dedicated herself to teaching others the healing practices that enabled her to make a full recovery and to start a family.

Along with her husband, Chenhan Yang, Helen Liang is coming to Pittsburgh to teach healing Qigong as well as T’ai Chi as part of One Pine Institute’s Living Masters series October 6th, 7th, and 8th.

One Pine Institute (OPI) is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 devoted to providing health and wellness educational outreach through workshops, demonstrations, lectures, classes, and print and media materials.  Started in 2017 by Dr. David Clippinger as a way of sharing healing practices with a broader audience, the “Living Masters Series” offers workshops, lectures, and symposiums by the great living Masters and Grandmasters of various spiritual and Internal Arts traditions so that they can share their expertise and make sure that these authentic lineages and practices continue into the future for others.

Master Helen Liang and Master Chenhan Yang, will co-teach a Qigong workshop on Friday evening on October 6th, and the famous 24 Movement T’ai Chi Form on Saturday morning, afternoon, and Sun morning the 7th and 8th.   All workshops will be held at the Mt. Lebanon Recreation Center and are suitable for beginners and people who have limited or no prior experience with T’ai Chi and/or Qigong. 

Times and registration information is available on the One Pine Institute Website, onepine.org. Information about Master Helen Liang and  Master Chenhan Yang is available on their website, http://shouyuliang.com.