Founder of the Orenda Tribe (Also known as XIANG shui)
Chairman LIU Xiangyang, founder of the Orenda Tribe; founder of the Psychosomatic Medicine Museum; founder of the Boai Charity Fund; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Joy International Holdings Group; Vice president of Yanhuang Culture Research Association; Ambassador of the Chinese Tai Chi Culture; Practitioner, ambassador and operator of the Psychosomatic Health Model.
Masters in Therapeutic Counselling, International Institute of Integral Human Sciences in association with The Open International University, (2001). Courses included developmental and transpersonal psychology; human relations; clinical interventions. Bachelor of Environmental Studies, Honours Urban and Regional Planning, University of Waterloo (1980). Courses included social planning, community development; policy development; design; strategic planning; multi-disciplinary approaches.
Dr. rer. nat. Andreas Biesantz was born in 1953 in Allendorf/Marburg, Germany. He was trained as apprentice in biodynamic farms in Germany and received a diploma as professional farmer in 1975. Afterwards he studied biology and philosophy at the University of Basel and at the Free University of Berlin.
Having lived in Australia for over ten years, she is good at stress management, mentality training, psychosomatic integration, family counseling, deep communication and trauma repair. With a solid professional foundation, a wealth of practical experience and acute insight, she can offer tailored and multi-dimensional psychological support to clients.
Based on gestalt therapy, Kao has been integrating body work and artistic healing into his personal growth workshops and professional growth workshops to open a window for individuals and therapists. For 28 years, Kao has been leading over 600 workshops, facilitating the mental health and growth for people in education, social welfare system, psychological and medical industry both in the mainland China and in Taiwan. Over 10 thousand people participated his workshops and over 1000 people joined his counseling.
Keith W. Kelley is a Professor Emeritus of Immunophysiology at the University of Illinois. Dr. Kelley earned his Ph.D. in 1976, a time when the immune system was considered only to protect against infectious diseases. He helped reshape that view by bringing physiology to immunology.
Shelley Noble-Letort, PhD is a graduate of UCLA and Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her PhD research is the Mythological and Depth Psychological survey of Integrative Medicine and Global Health. Her community involvement includes environmental, therapeutic and philanthropic work for private and public schools, societies, and non-profit organizations.
Management of Medical Training Therapy (MTT) Center Yuanxiang, has 15 years of clinical experience in the field of Exercise Therapy, Rehabilitation Sciences and MTT in Germany. She has studied Sports Sciences, Sports Medicine and Human Biology at the Johann Wolfgang von Goethe University in Frankfurt and is currently completing her PhD there.
Wen Shwu is an EMBA graduate from National Taiwan University and a MBA graduate from Tulane University in USA. She got her BFA degree in visual arts from University of British Columbia in Canada and BA degree in Tamkang University in Taiwan. Honorably Wen Shwu is the first Chinese from Taiwan who received both the Graduate Certificate in Executing Coaching from the well-known business school Royal Roads University and the Diploma in Counseling from the reputable personal development center The Haven Institute in Canada.