Lyme disease is a very complicated disease to treat, both for the allopathic medical world and alternative medical practitioners, due to its rapid shape-shifting abilities. It also hides, and is exceedingly difficult to destroy. CDC studies reveal that “the number of people diagnosed with Lyme disease each year in the United States is around 300,000. Notably, these…Details
There once was a palace official named Cheng Guang Wei who owned a servant named Song Li. As the pressures of life wore on Director Cheng, began to sink into a deep depression. Soon he began to lose all hope in life and desperately sought relief. Not content with the wine and festivities at hand,…Details
I’ve been working as a therapist for a long while now, and was recently reviewing my case files. It was interesting to see a pattern emerge from the amazing stories that I’ve heard from my many clients. In Chinese medicine, it’s always important to look for the etiology of a problem, or the root cause.…Details
Dear Qigong friends, I’m on a mission to spread the work of Qigong through the UK, Europe (Whilst they’ll still have me!) and the World!! Would you like to have me come teach you and your friends at your home, or a nearby space, for a weekend? Please click here to see my flyer which…Details
This wonderful short film is presented to to you, and it’s with the deepest thanks to Helen Liang, and to The Yang Martial Arts Association, and Dr Yang, who has published so many Qigong books that I have enjoyed over the years! Cancer survivor Helen Liang tells her story of healing with qigong ( a…Details
Extracted from The Essence of Chi-Gung, by Daniel P Reid (Shambala ISBN 978-1-59030-962-9) – Amazon – http://amzn.to/2oOF1Bl The great chi-gung master of Taiwan, Master Hung Yi-hsiang, often told his students, “You can live sixty days without eating food and two weeks without drinking water, but you’ll live only a few minutes without breathing air.” Yet…Details
At the University of Michigan or on the road, a negotiation expert uses the Chinese practice as the linchpin of his routine “Slow is strong,” says George Siedel, a professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business in Ann Arbor. The 72-year-old is a disciple of qigong, (pronounced chee-gong), a Chinese practice based…Details
Frankincense, sometimes referred to as olibanum, is a common type of essential oil used in aromatherapy that can offer a variety of health benefits, including helping relieve chronic stress and anxiety, reducing pain and inflammation, boosting immunity and even potentially helping to fight cancer.Details
I just saw this sweet little article on Facebook, and wondered if I could republish the film on my blog!
So here goes!