In Review: Rikuzentakata & Ofunato, Japan

Music Hands at the Abassetaka Center In visiting Rikuzentakata and Ofunato in September this year, my goal was to share Music Hands with some of the communities in Japan that were affected by the 2011 Tohoko earthquake and Tsunami. I wanted to bring the message of compassion and hope of Music Hands to families and […]

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Music Hands & Monkey Business in Japan!

Join us for Music Hands & Monkey Business in Japan September 24! Teach your kids how to practice music hands, a great family activity, to cultivate care and kindness towards others. Parents get to experience their kids’ magical hands at work!

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Music Hands at Nisei Week

  Join us for music hands in Little Tokyo! Bring the kids and family to learn and practice music hands. Kids can learn the 7 music hand techniques, great for family bonding, sharing love, and relieving their parents’ stress. Come enjoy family bonding with a healing touch. Explore Little Tokyo afterwards! To see our music […]

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Music Hands 4 Kids/Kata tataki Campaign

Our significant future should provide great opportunities for children’s education. We are responsible for guiding youngsters towards lives that are positive, creative, caring, loving, non-violent and open to sharing peace and happiness. Success with this goal should originate at home and start before or during preschool and kindergarten. Parents’ participation in this home education is the […]

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Music Hands at the Obon Carnival

It’s summer festival time! Join us for the Obon carnival, a traditional Japanese summer festival wonderful for the whole family. Attend our kata tataki/music hands demonstration and experience the fun. Cultural activities include Bon Odori, tea ceremony and flower arrangement. Entertainment include children’s games, taiko drumming, folk dance, and music. Food, drink, raffle, prizes, and farmer’s […]

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Discover Children’s Day in Japan!

How it Started Children’s day is part of Golden week in Japan which is a cluster of national holidays starting April 29-May 5. On this day in particular, the Japanese people respect children’s unique personalities & celebrate their happiness. The Japanese celebrated this day since ancient times, but it only became a national holiday in […]

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Intro to DoAnn’s Baduanjin Qigong series
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What is Qi ? Qi is the phenomena of invisible high frequency light waves. The source of our qi comes from the vital force of the great universe’s macrocosmic consciousness. This divine macrocosmic consciousness created humans with multidimensional body layers of subtle energy. These layers, or conscious bodies, from highest to lowest vibrational frequency, are […]

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Hina-matsuri: Girl’s Day in Japan

Celebrate Girl’s day with the girls in your family by displaying traditional Japanese dolls, eating good food, and a watching a good movie! Girl’s Day Custom Girl’s Day or Doll’s Day (Hina-matsuri) in Japan is held each March 3 and is a special day to celebrate the happiness and healthy development of young girls. Families and […]

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7 Gates to Unlock Your Ultimate Wellbeing

  An Introduction to DoAnn’s Healing Paradigm Living between Heaven and Earth, birth and death, our life is a miracle for which we are grateful. Every day on our earth, we appreciate the sun as it rises in the morning. We appreciate the opportunity to engage with the challenges of life in a mindful and […]

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Intro to Shindo Spirit and Self-Healing

  Mission Statement To teach parents and communities how to cultivate an individual’s innate healing abilities for health, happiness, peace, family unity, and the improvement of children’s lives. At Shindo Spirit we integrate Eastern healing modalities such as energetic medicine and Lotus Faith Healing Medicine, with Western health modalities, for all ages and for optimal health. Our […]

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