How meditation relieves pain, and a simple method of practice.
Here's your chance to immerse yourself in Qigong!
It's been 20 years now since I first started dealing with major anxiety issues. I was 18 years old and in my first year of college at the University of Oregon. At the height of my panic attacks I considered consulting a healthcare professional for help with what I was going through: sleeplessness, stress, shortness… Continue reading Qigong Cured My Anxiety
We're still in the thick of Winter and it's the ideal time to be practicing the Qigong form for the Water Element. The Water Element governs the kidneys and the bladder, and these meridians flow up the inside of the legs and the front of the body; and down the back of the body and… Continue reading Healing Practices for the Water Element
Articles with a similar title to what I give this one (minus the "bull#%@!") have popped up in my social media feeds from time to time over recent years, and seeing it again a week ago - in the dead of Winter - motivated me to dig into the studies that supposedly back-up this premise… Continue reading Smart People Swear a Lot, Stay up Late and Have a Messy Desk: Bull#%@!
https://youtu.be/eZIA0F53WWY Phase 1 Qigong: Principles and Practices Enjoy this short video where I share a basic outline of 3-Phase Qigong, or read the following summary. 3-Phase Qigong The 3 phases of Qigong mark the different stages that occur in a Qigong or Meditation routine. In the weekly Qigong program taught at Community Acupuncture + Natural… Continue reading Phase 1 Qigong
It's a new moon on the first weekend of January, 2019, and we're honoring the "Master of the Tide," with our "Lunar Breath, Lunar Vision" workshop.
Five element theory is a crucial component of qigong philosophy and practice.
Tuesday evening, December 18th, Adam Holtey will share his recently published book, The Quadrant and 3 Phases, in a free lecture from 7:00 PM to 8:15 PM.
On this day that makes us think of Star Wars, and the "Force," I think it's a great opportunity to reflect on Qi (or, chi), which is the equivalent to the Force in many ways.