Master Chufei Tsai has had over 20 years of experience working in the field of education. Her method focuses in the inner development of her students. She teaches the knowledge and skills necessary for them to develop inner strength, mindfulness, emotional balance, self-healing techniques as well as a deep appreciation for life.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Master Tsai’s approach addresses the causes and not the symptoms of mental instability or physical illnesses and provides techniques that will benefit an individual throughout his or her life. The purpose of our programs is to improve all aspects of one’s life. Heart for Humanity fills a gap by providing these skills and knowledge that are essential as a foundation to a healthy life to individuals who serve the community as well as the actual communities that otherwise would not have access to them. Through education and hands-on techniques, individuals learn and apply the skills necessary to achieve positive physical, psychological, and emotional health.
We demonstrate this commitment by developing and providing educational programs to seniors, adults, children, families and victims of trauma, abuse, and crime. In her educational and training programs, Master Chufei Tsai integrates proven historical methods based on eastern philosophy as well as other healing systems and adapts them for today’s world with a proven record of beneficial results that allows individuals to heal, restore, and maintain optimum psychological and physical health.
With the increasing cost of medical treatment and prescription drugs, it’s more important than ever to provide underprivileged individuals with information and techniques that focus on preventing disease as well as healing current conditions naturally. It will also help curtail the precarious situation of those who do not have health insurance and thus are excluded from the health care system.
Our projects have served the citizens of Miami Dade County’s most under served communities such as Overtown, Liberty City and West Coconut Grove. Our programs have been run successfully in the past with underprivileged children of Coconut Grove Care/The Barnyard in the West Grove. The Young People’s Project, a subdivision of Robert Moses Algebra Project,has also offered offering our Bright Child Power to Teach Training program to college students who are involved with tutoring students in elementary, middle and high schools in underprivileged areas of the country. Master Tsai has also worked with CHARLEE on their Gladstone Girls Project by training therapists, teachers and the children directly from 2002 to 2004. She has also worked with other organizations such as YWCA and AYUDA.