Jamee Culbertson Organizer/Presenter

Jamee Culbertson

Over the last 30 years Jamee has always attracted master teachers, truly living out the famous saying, ‘when the student is ready the teacher appears’.  At the start of herhealing path she met and studied with Deodi and Oshada-Lakota Medicine Women who helped her to learn to wake up to a truly holistic way of living.  Soon after she also met Taoist Master Mantak Chia and Tai Chi Master Wei Lun Huang.  While deepening her qigong and meditation practice she also trained and received international certification to teach the Alexander Technique with teacher trainer Tommy Thompson. Jamee currently trains teachers at the Alexander Training Course at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College in Boston, Massachusetts, Debi Adams, Director.

As a Senior Instructor in the Universal Healing Tao System, Jamee teaches Tai Chi, Chi Kung and Taoist Meditation at the Boston Healing Tao School of Taoist Practices (www.bostonhealingtao.com).  She also teaches in the Tai Chi and Mind-Body Research Program at Harvard Medical School’s Osher Research Center.  Along with Harvard’s Dr. Peter Wayne and Senior Instructors at the Boston Healing Tao, she helped create the curriculum for a special study on mind/body practices evaluating the safety and effectiveness of Tai Chi and Meditative Breathing for improving exercise capacity, function, psychological well-being, and quality of life in individuals with heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

More recently Jamee has been teaching Tai Chi in the Home Base Program, a partnership with the Boston Red Sox and Mass General Hospital to help post-9/11 service members, veterans and their families heal from the invisible wounds of war: traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress (PTS), and related conditions.

Through the years Jamee has presented workshops in Canada, Mexico, Thailand and throughout New England. (www.alexanderlessonsboston.com).

As a video artist and award-winning documentary filmmaker, Jamee co-produced the film “How it All Began, Origins of Master Mantak Chia’s Universal Tao System” currently available in the marketplace: Online at Gaiam.com and DVD’s are available and distributed by MVD Entertainment. Please visit www.howitallbegan-themovie.com to find out more.

Jamee is the Social Media Director, Webmaster and is on the Organizing Team creating this Immortal Sisters Conference.

Jamee’s Sessions:

Sunday, August 27th, 3:30pm to 6:00pm

Tai Chi Coordinates: 13 Points of Power

Tai Chi Coordinates is a process to help you locate yourself in space for your Tai Chi practice to match up your energy body with your physical body.

The ’13 Points of Power’ process introduces an energetic anatomical matrix in which to discover intentional movement. The 13 Points of Power begins with standing to locate one’s “self” and co-ordinate the physical body with one’s energetic system.  Then we can move is such a way as to match our energetic system with our physical bodies for increased coordination and flow.

“It’s a sensitive and quiet practice where one can really attune one’s inner senses. In doing so,  boundaries become clear, our innate connection to nature is renewed,  and health is refreshed. Every single person I’ve taught this to gets it.”  ~ Jamee