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New Qigong Classes for Level 3 & Level 13

Qigong is much simpler to do than Tai Chi. It’s relaxing and helps you find balance in your every day life. You can rid yourself of aches and pains with the gentle, low impact movements. It helps to move the … Continue reading

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Qigong: Exercise for the Organs

Qigong, or chi gong, is an ancient Chinese form of exercise and treatment that is older than acupuncture or taiji. It developed as a way to enhance health and longevity primarily for the ruling and scholarly classes of society, but … Continue reading

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Treating System Disorders with Qigong

Many people are familiar with acupuncture, Tai Chi, herbs and meditation techniques from the East to enhance health. On a trip to Hong Kong I learned how to use ancient methods of Chinese medicine for difficult-to-treat disorders. Some methods used … Continue reading

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Exercise to Improve Your Happiness and Wellbeing

Many people have heard about the exhilaration and high that often follows long-distance running. This can be attributed to the release of natural pain killing substances called endorphins and enkephalins, very similar to opium. People also report feeling better simply … Continue reading

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Ripples in the Hands

Sensing Your Body Rhythms When doing treatments, the physical therapist sometimes feels heat, vibration, denseness, coolness, empty spots, torsions or electrical prickles and at other times senses waves of movement, suction, adherence, whirling or solidity. The hands can be trained … Continue reading

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