8-Week Dao Yin Qigong Class

Where:  Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment (Center4C)

801 Route 50, Burnt Hills, NY

When:  Wednesdays from 5:45 - 6:45 pm

Dates:  Ongoing Class, 2018

Price:  $15 per Class or $105 for Full Session

(Get 1 Class Free, if Paid in Full at Start)

Teacher:  Kate Kellman, DMQ

Designed for both Beginners and Advanced students.  Come one, come all!


Website Links:


www.eightstarmartialarts.com (Red Dragon Karate School)

www.thegardeninsaratoga.com (The Garden in Saratoga)

www.center4c.com (The Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment)

  • An ancient practice from Classical Chinese Medicine
  • Unique offering (not taught elsewhere)
  • Reduces stress through various purgation techniques
  • Improves the Immune System
  • Balances PH & Boosts Energy Levels
  • Clears blockages & Qi stagnation from daily stress
  • Strengthens the 5 Yin Organs & Meridian System
  • Regulates Qi flow throughout the body
  • Self-Cultivation for Health & Well-Being
  • 6-Directional Breath & Grounding Techniques
  • Color & Sound Therapy to Build Qi & Strengthen Organs
  • Added Information & Taoist Philosophy


Please email, call or text Kate to Register

(518) 775-7798 or deepconnections24@gmail.com

or talk to Kim or Helene at Center4C to be added to the list in Burnt Hills. (Space is Limited. Please register early in case more classes need to be added.  Thanks.)


NOTE:  Please wear comfortable clothing and eat only a light breakfast or dinner.

Advanced Dao Yin Qigong Class

Where:  Red Dragon Karate School,

2100 Doubleday Ave., Ballston Spa, NY

When:  Saturdays from 9:00 - 9:55 am

Ongoing Class (6-week sessions)

Price:  $100 / Individual

$85 /Bring a Friend

$70 / 3 or More

Drop-In Rate:  $15 per class

Teacher:  Kate Kellman, DMQ

Designed for students who have completed the Beginner's Class but also available to new students, if appropriate.

What People Are Saying....


"This is my favorite Qigong class of all time.  I loved this class."  (fellow Qigong teacher)


"There's a lot less things flying around the house!  Thanks, Sifu, for bringing in the Qigong lady.  I really love the class." (16-year-old student)


"I was able to stay much more calm and centered when I had to mediate a dispute between two parents."


"The Lung Qigong really helps with my asthma."


"I feel more grounded and less stressed in my job."


“I have MS and feel better for days after class.”

“I keep imagining my lymph glands are draining during the purgations.  I really feel this class is helping my Lymphoma.”

“My shoulder pain is much better now and the pain with my Fibromyalgia isn’t nearly as bad.”


"I'm noticing a lot of changes in my body.  My eyesight is changing -- getting better.  I don't want to eat certain unhealthy foods anymore.  Overall, I feel much healthier." (Advanced Student)


"I started getting a cold and fought it off because of what you told us." (Advanced Student)


"I loved the class.  It made me feel really good."  (Participant in early 20s)


"Kate is an excellent teacher.  I really enjoyed the class."  (Student at Soluna Yoga)


"It was much easier for me to see driving home after class.  Usually, I have poor night vision.  I really feel it was the class." (Soluna student)


"Wow, that really does move energy."


New Class Offerings!

Join Kate for a fun, energetic and ancient Qigong set designed to release stress, boost energy levels and enhance a centered and relaxed state of being. No props needed, wear comfortable clothes and eat light.  No prior experience is necessary. This practice is usually done standing, but chairs or mats are also available if anyone needs to sit.  All ages 16 and above are welcome.  Get ready to laugh and shake up some Qi!


If you're new to Qigong and don't know what it is, here's a simple definition:  Qi is often defined as "life force energy" and "gong" means movement, exercise, or practice.  The Dao Yin practice uses visualization and exercise, or Qigongs, to intentionally move energy through a student's body.  Through a series of purgation Qigongs, the student purposefully moves stuck energy out of their body, eliminating toxins that cause stress.  (According to a recent study of medical doctors, stress is the leading factor in 80% of pathology.)  Next, clean energy is added to strengthen the five yin organs through specific Qigongs designed for each Yin organ (lungs, kidneys, liver, heart and spleen).  Lastly, the healthy Qi is circulated through the body via a special meditation.  The process is similar to an oil change - draining old gunky energy (like oil), then running fresh, clean energy throughout the system.


The medical benefits are immense - strengthening the immune system, boosting energy levels, and relieving daily stress, to name a few. We will also work on special breathing techniques and grounding meditations, as well as learning other helpful Qigongs and methods, including color and sound therapy to tonify (strengthen) organs.


Currently, I am teaching an Advanced Class at the Red Dragon Karate School in Ballston Spa.  I will also be offering an Ongoing Class at the Center for Clarity, Compassion & Contentment (Center4C) in Burnt Hills starting Wednesday, January 10, 2018.  This class will explore all the many facets of this Qigong set and be a fun, uplifting, and relaxing hour designed to give students the full experience of this ancient knowledge.  Certain Taoist ideas and information on Medical Qigong will be interspersed as we go along.  I also offer classes at The Garden in Saratoga, occasionally, and hope to do a 6-8 week summer session outdoors (weather permitting).  Updates will be posted to this website and also the Facebook page, so please stay tuned. To my knowledge, this is a unique offering, and I feel honored to be able to bring this powerful practice to our area.


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