Boston Healing Tao Is Offering Deep Discounts During the Holiday Season

In recent years, more people have come to embrace the profound wisdom of many ancient Eastern practices, with the foremost among these being Tai Chi and meditation. Many have experienced firsthand the enormous peace, relaxation and joy that these centuries old practices offer. For those who live in the Boston area, the leading destination for learning about Tai Chi and other Taoist activities is Boston Healing Tao.

Boston Healing Tao offers a wide range of CDs, DVDs and classes to help newcomers as well long time enthusiasts learn more about these time-honored forms. Through January 21, 2015, Boston Healing Tao is offering three Meditation CDs and three Chi Kung DVD’s for only $80, a 40% discount off the regular price of $135. The first ten people to buy the six product package will also receive the award-winning documentary “How It All Began, Origins of the Universal Healing Tao System” which features Grandmaster Mantak Chia.

Tai Chi is a Chinese martial art developed to enhance self-defense as well as improve health. There are a variety of specializations like taolu, neigong & qigong, tuishou or sanshou, but the most commonly practiced in the West is Tai Chi Ch’uan or the Classics. This is composed of improved fitness, meditation and martial art techniques.

Boston Healing Tao was founded and managed by Marie Favorito, one of North America’s most accomplished Taoist Senior Instructors. Marie has played a leading role in establishing Universal Healing Tao standards for teaching certification both in the U.S. and the world. She holds 14 advanced certifications in qigong, taiji and many types of meditation. Marie also owns a healing practice that offers medical chi kung as well as Chi Nei Tsang Abdominal Massage.

To learn more about how Tai Chi can relieve stress, enhance health and provide inner peace, please visit

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