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Darold Starliper, Jr. brings a wide array of experience to his practice with an extensive background in health and education.  Specializing in Structural Integration, he applies his unique experiences in kinesiology, tai chi, and yoga to his practice.  Darold received his B.S. in Kinesiology from The Pennsylvania State University and went on to teach for seven years in the public school system.  His ongoing studies of tai chi and qigong have helped him develop a sensitivity to touch and a natural attunement to identifying irregularities in musculature and myofascia.  It is this unique blend of knowledge, technique, and sensitivity that distinguishes his approach to health.

Liberty Place
313 W. Liberty St, suite 263 & 265
Lancaster, PA  17603

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  • Intro to Tai Chi Push Hands Free
    Push hands is a practice method used in Taijiquan (tai chi) to apply skills such as 'sticking', 'listening' and 'centering' while participating with partners.  This workshop is open to anyone interested in learning more about Taijiquan, Push Hands and applications.
  • Getting Started in Tai Chi $20
    Introductory Workshop.  
    Taijiquan (Tai Chi) is an ancient Chinese martial art.  Practiced today primarily for healing, taijiquan builds strength, flexibility and agility as well as increase energy and vitality.  This workshop is open to everyone, and is intended to jump start the beginning taijiquan student so they are prepared for their first class.
  • Structural Integration $135
    Structural Integration addresses the body's fascial network, the fibrous connective tissue that holds the body together and gives shape.  Recipients will experience increased mobility, ease of movement, reduction of pain, and improved posture.
  • Medical Qigong $75
    Medical Qigong is the application of Qigong for medical purposes by a practitioner.  During a treatment session, the practitioner redirects, cleanses and restores the patients vital energy bases on the principals of Chinese medicine.
  • Private Instruction $70
    One-on-one movement instruction in tai chi, qigong or stretch fundamentals.  Time can be spent with one specific modality or you may choose to develop a specific exercise routine utilizing all modalities designed to address your specific health concerns.
  • Taijiquan $10
    Formerly 'Tai Chi / Qigong'.  Intended for health purposes only.  Students will study Tai Chi 24 Form including refinement and application.  Increased coordination, agility and overall health are the results of continued practice.
  • Taijiquan Push Hands $10
    Push hands is a practice method used in Taijiquan (tai chi) to apply skills such as 'sticking', 'listening' and 'centering' while participating with partners.  Regular attendance in any Taijiquan class is required.  Taijiquan students may begin at anytime.
  • Qigong $10
    Intensive Qigong instruction and practice intended help students regulate the body, breath, mind, qi and spirit. Qigong cultivates and directs the body’s energy to strengthen and regulate the internal organs, nervous system and the immune system, relieve pain, regulate hormones and strengthen and release deep-seated emotions and stress.
  • Stretch & Condition $10
    A unique movement concept, developed by Darold Starliper, Jr., intended to bridge the gap from structural integration table to the moving body at home, work and play.  Students are guided through specific strength building and stretching movements intended to build awareness, suppleness, strength and flexibility.



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313 W Liberty St, suite 263 & 265, Lancaster, PA, 17603


Mon6:00 AM-6:30 PM
Tue6:00 AM-6:30 PM
Wed6:00 AM-6:30 PM
Thu6:00 AM-6:30 PM
Fri9:00 AM-12:00 PM