November 14, 2019

HOW TO STAY WELL & STOP THE CRUD   

Last month I went over what your Wei Qi does for you. The Wei Qi is another name for your immune system and how it helps maintain your health.  Here are some tips to keep your Wei Qi strong and protected this winter.

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November 14, 2019

WEI QI - HOW TO ACTIVATE YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM

White Crane Qigong provides a form to help build your Wei Qi.  This is a very good form to practice if you have frequent colds or allergies in the fall and winter season.  Your Wei Qi goes outside the body and floats like an i...

September 19, 2019

Discover the Eight Branches of Eastern Medicine as a way to think about your self and your place in life...

Western Philosophy treats the body and mind as separate entities; it is a style of medicine that is 200 years old. It is a reductionist based theory where body st...

July 31, 2019

Every qigong class teaches form, yet what happens when you get stuck, or "your body doesn't do that?"

We have been contemplating the use of our backs, feet and side to side movements as part of the continuing summer classes.  When students come to class with a non-compl...

June 3, 2019

SUMMER is when nature's Yang Qi continues to increase. All plants and trees are growing and expanding their energy. For this three months of summer, it is the best time to take care and heal your winter diseases. Each season's purpose is to heal the opposite season. He...

May 21, 2019

Qigong Activates the Three Treasures:
Jing, Qi & Shen


JING is your physical body, how it feels, how it moves, how it works.  This includes the physical aspect of each organ. Healing can happen here through exercise, food intake and breathing work. Continue to stretch y...

April 10, 2019

Evolve spring with a Qigong practice

       

Spring is the time to nourish the blood and tendons.  As the earth is coming alive again, so too can you!  Many people find themselves with joint and tendon problems in the spring after the cold of winter....

February 27, 2019

QI = energy  GONG = work or practice of the qi

Everyone has an axis, the central part of your being

We each have the front and back of the spine and what is in the middle. This is also called our TAI QI /QIGONG axis. The basis of Qigong is to strengthen this ax...