Yang Yin Balance

Sickness and the Balance of Yin and Yang By John J Dixon One of the key concepts of traditional acupuncture theory is of the balance of yin and yang in the body. Yin and yang seems like one of those strange esoteric expressions not out of place in a 1970’s cheese-ball Chinese kung fu movie.... Read More »

Yoga Optimises Your Endocrine System and Thyroid Gland Function For Enhanced Mood and Stability

By Helena Lucas Yoga practice aims for internal balance. Fundamentally this involves optimisation of your endocrine system. Yoga postures and breathing techniques, in conjunction with meditation practices and chanting, stimulate your endocrine glands to enhance their functioning. This is achieved by internal massage on muscles and spine, by internal massage through sounds, by improving circulation,... Read More »

What is Tai Chi?

Dr. Lam is originally from Vietnam. He was born there but at an early age, or about the age of 10 months, he was then left in the care of his grandmother who was at the time located in China. At the age of sixteen he migrated from China to Australia where he then was... Read More »

Qi Gong An Exercise For Your Energy

Qi Gong An Exercise For Your Energy By Franklin Fick Qi Gong literally means energy exercise in English but many people don’t understand how Qi Gong works with your body’s energy. Energy is not something mysterious. We experience it every day. When we wake up in the morning we either feel energetic or tired. As... Read More »

Eliminate Stress Naturally With Qigong

By Dr Lisa K Perdue Let’s face it stress comes in different forms and is something that all of us can identify with because we have experienced it on some level, possibly even more than once in our lifetime. Stress could have been experienced as a physical sensation in the form of a headache, tight... Read More »

The Sun Salutation

Whenever you can fine time on any given morning, check in with your true self and perform “The Sun Salutation.” It will somewhat help to align the body with that of “breath control,” and that of unrestricted flow of Qi throughout the system of your bodily meridians. It is like a strong cup of coffee,... Read More »

What Is Qi (Chi)?

From what I can understand, it is that thing that causes one to move from just here, to later there. Qi animates the shell of what we have as a body, liken unto the ying and yang within an egg shell, well balanced. This concept also helps one to better understand the workings of Chi... Read More »

Pointing To Your Health

Unearthing Alternative Answers by way of Meridian Systems One of the most elementary theories in Chinese medicine is that every part of the body is connected through particular interlinked channels called the meridians. Jointly, these work as an integral structure within your body that is concerned with the natural flow of energy and, in step... Read More »

Qigong Meditation and Food Healing: Ancient Medicine for Modern Times

By Jeffrey Primack Qigong is a 5000 year old “energy strengthening art” that combines powerful breath techniques and slow body movement. Oprah Winfrey’s Dr. Oz recently praised Qigong in 2007 when he said, “If you want to live to be 100, do Qigong!” It was also rated as one of the top natural healing exercises... Read More »

Pangu Mystical Qigong Is Not Easy To Learn

by Paul Mahon Pangu Mystical Qigong also known as the Heaven, Earth, Sun, and Moon Qigong is a requiring strict adherence to excruciating bodily exercise combined with mysticism designed harness the bodys healing powers in the narrow sense and as well as developed the mystical body. The art of Pangu was invented by Mr. Ou... Read More »

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