Tag Archives: QiGong

BIBLIOGRAPHY Essential Readings for all Qigong Classes: Beinfield, Harriet and Efrem Korngold, “Between Heaven and Earth: A Guide to Chinese Medecine”, New York Ballantine Books, 1991. Cohen, Kenneth, “The Way of Qigong : The Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing”, New York, Ballantine. Jahnke, Roger, “The Healer Within: Using Traditional Chinese Techniques to Release your Body’s Own Medicine”, San...
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Scotti; Rochester, NY: I have truly enjoyed and learned so much from Wendy at her weekly Qi Gong classes over the last several years.  She is a very knowledgeable and patient teacher with a lovely sense of humor as well.  I have learned so much about the Chinese concept of Qi – energy – and how movements can restore our...
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Only $20.00 + shipping * * shipping rates:  US: $5.00;   Canada: $9.00 (all others, please contact us) Experience a powerful assortment of FIVE Qigong routines on one easy-to-use disc. Complete routine:  32 minutes This selection incorporates all the various exercises. Variation 1:  31 minutes This next selection has a seated modification for the flowing meditation. Variation 2:   22 minutes For...
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Qigong is a Chinese health care practice that is easy and fun to do, available to even those in a wheelchair.  These gentle, slow movements are especially geared for those people with injuries, chronic conditions, and reduced flexibility, to enable them to gain greater mobility. Please wear loose clothing and flat shoes.  All movements are slow and gentle and accessible...
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Qigong is for everyone. Students with fibromyalgia, those with chronic conditions and recuperating from injury, have reported the lessening or elimination of their symptoms with consistent Qigong practice. The visualization, breathing techniques, and physical postures of Qigong promote relaxation and re-energize the body. QiGong is an ancient Chinese health-care system that is over 5,000 years old.  QiGong is not the...
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