Volunteer Board Member
HEALER WITHIN FOUNDATION
Key focus areas of the foundation at this time include:
Advancing the Tai Chi Easy Dissemination Project along with the development and delivery of
new, original HWF educational offerings. M
Growing the network of Virtual and Community Practice Groups. These practice groups are
how we make self-care practices available to all!
Strategic Planning: 2021-2022
Building capacity for the organization, including infrastructure and staffing.
Outreach: Defining our audiences, developing messaging and telling our story.
While it is the case that much of The HWF’s methods to manage and reduce the cost of chronic health
challenges are delivered in the context of Mind-Body work, it is not true that Board members need be experts
in Tai Chi or Qigong. We are a diverse group, continually looking for a wide variety of people whose individual strands will help weave a beautiful, strong tapestry. Disease Prevention and Economic Wellness have never been so urgently related and intertwined.
Although Tai Chi and Qi Gong are Chinese and Daoist in origin, HWF is not affiliated with any organized religion or nationality. Its methods and delivery are compatible with any religious denomination, ethnicity, race, medical program or conditioning regimen.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About HEALER WITHIN FOUNDATION
27 WEST ANAPAMU STREET 430, SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101, US
Healer Within Foundation advances community-based Qigong/Tai Chi and other self-healing, body-mind-spirit practices through collaborations with individuals and organizations, to sponsor trainings, community practice groups and research. Our Vision: A world of self-healing, wellness and vitality.
Healer Within Foundation’s programs empower people using medically proven self-care practices that effectively support disease prevention, accelerate healing, and decrease unnecessary mental and physical suffering.
Currently our largest program is Tai Chi Easy(tm), an "evidence based" program using gentle movement, breath practice, self‐applied massage, and meditation.
Trained Tai Chi Easy(tm) Practice Leaders support end-users in lowering risk for preventable chronic diseases, improving sleep problems, managing pain, speeding rehabilitation, reducing depression and anxiety, assisting in recovery from addiction, and more.