Reset and Reenter

A forum with Dr. Bob Rosenbaum, Fountain Project psychologist

Ready to "reset" and "re-enter" the world of "re-opening"? This forum will include meditation, useful tools to rejuvenate our mind and outlook as we look to face a new world of changes and adaptation.

Sunday, April 18th 10 AM PST via Zoom


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Covid-19 Vaccine

  • Science and current landscape

  • Availability and efficacy

  • Side effects




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Calming the Tiger
SUNDAY 10AM, Oct. 4, 2020

Profound ancient tools you can use today

Join Loc Huynh, an instructor at the Wen Wu School, for gentle stretches, movements, and meditation that were practiced and taught at the Shaolin temple for over 1,500 years. 

Movements can be practiced by all ages and no prior training is required to benefit from this workshop.

We will review the Shaolin Qigong set, "Eight-Sequence to Fortify the Lumbar."


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Keynote speaker Dr. Bob Rosenbaum will share his reflections and insight of 2020 and offers a path for 2021. FP will update the community on its accomplishments and previews its goals for the start of the next decade. Don't miss it!

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As part of our ongoing webinar series, COPING WITH COVID 19, Fountain Project Foundation Board of Directors is delighted and grateful to present, BRENDA WONG-AOKI and MARK IZU, the founders of FIRST VOICE. 

Brenda is a playwright, an artistic director, and America’s first nationally recognized Asian Pacific Storyteller. She creates works for theater, symphony, contemporary dance, world music, taiko, jazz and live performance with film. EMMY winning composer Mark has composed scores for film, live music concerts and theater that has fused the traditional music of Asia with African-American improvisation.






FIRST VOICE is a nonprofit that creates and presents stories and music of people living between worlds.

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We are excited to have Tom Savell and Isabelita Papa sharing their love of music with healing bowls, chanting and prayers on Sunday's forum at 10:00 am.  Please join the concert!

And we will also announce the final week's donation amount.

Please continue to participate in the Exercise Drive.  We can't wait to share with you the result of this meaningful event.

Please email the Exercise Drive form back to [email protected] on or before this Saturday at 8:00 pm.

A special treat from the crystals to your ears

Sunday 10AM

Strengthen relationship

Support emotional health

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Energetic strategies for

self-care during COVID-19

Kirstin Lindquist, L.Ac.

may 17 at 10am

​A life-long student of matters of energy, Kirstin lives by the principle "What is essential is invisible to the eye." (Antoine Saint de Exupery)
CA licensed acupuncturist (1993) and a certified instructor of Dayan Qigong by Master Hui Liu of the Wen Wu School.

Owner of Energy Matters Acupuncture & Qigong in Oakland CA

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Exercise drive

During this shelter-in-place period, it is more important than ever to exercise regularly to stay healthy and strengthen the immune system.


For every 15 minutes that you exercise or meditate (any form welcomed), Fountain Project will donate $2.50 of food to Bay Area Rescue Mission, a local homeless shelter in Richmond, California.

Download this form to log your total activities and email it to [email protected] to be processed.

Thank you for your effort to help us support our community.

SUNDAY 10AM, 5/10/2020

Join Loc Huynh, an instructor at the Wen Wu School, for gentle stretches, movements, and meditation that were practiced and taught at the Shaolin temple for over 1,500 years. 

Movements can be practiced by all ages and no prior training is required to benefit from this workshop.

Meeting ID: 897 2529 0241
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SUNDAY 10AM, 5/3/2020

Join James Baraz as he explores "Fear or Love: We have a choice." At this time of uncertainty, the mind can go towards worry, anxiety or compassion and connection. If we are committed to finding our own center in the middle of the swirl of emotions that naturally arise, we can access inner peace and our actions will be beneficial to everyone we meet.

James is creator and teacher of the Awakening Joy course. He is a co-founding Teacher of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, CA and a dear friend of the Fountain Project.

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View recording of Moving Qi for Health and Immunity:

  • Improve your posture by learning about and feeling connections

  • Learn the first 7 movements of Qigong, and how these movements are a complete set benefiting the flow of Qi

  • Practice Three Deep Breaths to expand the Lungs, calm the nervous
    system and support the functioning of all the Organs in the torso

  • Enjoy stimulating the Meridians with the slapping

  • Learn to massage a few key acupuncture points & understand their
    indications and effects

  • Expand your walking repertoire with "Wave Hands Like Clouds"
    and why this single movement provides much benefit

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The Fountain Project was originally formed in June 2001 and became incorporated and non-profited in 2006. The Fountain Project Foundation, Inc. is a group of volunteers from Eastern and Western traditions of medicine. They take one Sunday every other month to go to a monastery in Northern California and provide to the local residents, the nuns and monks, and students from grades K through 12. These residents usually have no medical insurance and do not receive welfare assistance. We treat anyone who comes to seek medical services. We are currently seeking partnership with other communities to expand our medical and health education outreach.
The volunteer group usually consists of medical doctors, chiropractors, surgeons, optometrists, dentists, physical therapists, exercise instructors, massage therapists, nurses, medical assistants, acupuncturists, acupressure therapist and herbalists. These volunteers not only treat illnesses, but also educate the community on preventative care and general well being.
Concurrent with the medical services, another group of volunteers goes to the community to lend assistance to repair work on the buildings and grounds.
The Fountain Project Foundation is looking in the future to start a healing and retreat center for everyone to be able to go and relax, exercise, meditate, and to rid the body of stress and illness. The Retreat Center will be built in the style of a traditional Chinese four sided courtyard house with a large practice hall, meditation area, dormitories for men and women, and a treatment center to enhance our medical outreach.


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Health Clinic

With this initiative, our goal is to promote great opportunities for those in need. With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Learn more about our work by getting in touch with our team today.


With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Homeless Outreach is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.

Seasonal Teas

At Fountain Project, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. Food Donation Drop-Off is by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.