There are many ways to achieve wellness. Our programs include educational lectures, exercise classes and more. Join us for an event to learn something new and improve your well-being.
Emotional Well-Being Program
Emotional Well-Being Program features bilingual, culturally sensitive, community focused education and resources to help manage the natural ups and downs of life, improve the ability to make positive life choices, and positively influence physical and emotional well-being.
Dayan Qigong Classes
Dayan Qigong is:
- An ancient and widely practiced Qigong in China.
- Proven to be safe and effective for all ages.
- Certified by the Chinese government as one of the 10 types of Qigong with proven evidence of health benefits.
Watch Dayan Qigong Demo to learn more.
For a list of all upcoming events and classes, click here.
Ask A Dietitian
Did you know that you can read nutrition labels to choose healthy foods?
Did you know that dietary fiber is a type of carbohydrate? How to minimize carbohydrates the healthy way?
Whether your goal is learning how to eat a healthy diet, or tailoring an eating plan that works best for you, our monthly Ask a Dietitian Workshop will provide you with the skills you need to make the best food choices and improve your healthy habits.
During the first 30 minutes of the workshop, the dietitian will discuss the monthly topic, including common misconceptions. That will be followed by a one-hour question and answer session.
There's no time like the present to get started. Please register in advance here.
Many Chinese dishes are high in salt. High-sodium diets can lead to health issues, including hypertension. The Chinese Health Initiative offers nutrition workshops to help you improve your diet. You can listen to our low-sodium diet workshop online, conducted in Mandarin by Barbara Chang, RD, Clinical Nutrition Manager of Nutrition Services.
CHI Wellness Talks (in Mandarin)
Wellness talks are designed to support your health and well-being, as well as offer advice that integrates Western and Chinese traditional medicine approaches.
You can listen to some of our wellness talks online:
- Three-Part Series: Nutrition and Food Therapy in Traditional Chinese Medicine (in Mandarin). Through the three classes, you will:
Instructor: Victor Cheng, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California Berkeley and went to China to study Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He received a degree from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and is a licensed TCM doctor in China. He has clinics in San Jose and Ukiah.
- Community Wellness Series