Take a Deep Breath: The Secret of Qigong

Two things are essential for health and well-being in Traditional Chinese Medicine: a strong body and strong Qi, which is why Qigong is such an invaluable tool. Qigong not only builds physical strength and flexibility, it also tonifies the organs … Continue reading

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Bigger than Yoga? Only If . . .

“Qigong will be even bigger than Yoga” proclaimed the Costa Rican News  on September 16, 2016.  While the article does not argue that Qigong is somehow better than Yoga, it emphasizes that Qigong has the potential to be a significant … Continue reading

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Tai Chi For Arthritis

Recently an on-line person asked why the “T’ai Chi for Arthritis” form developed by Dr. Paul Lam is the best for arthritis. The answer:  It isn’t.  All T’ai Chi is good for arthritis, but for a T’ai Chi style or … Continue reading

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Rest

Summer is the most active time of year.  The extended light and warm weather often shoos us outside and like Bees we flit  between activities and social engagements.    But nestled within summer is the idea of rest. Summer vacation means … Continue reading

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Still Mountain to Publish Book on Qi with Singing Dragon Press

Cultivating Qi: The Way of Energy, Vitality, and Spirit, by Dr. David Clippinger, Director of Still Mountain T’ai Chi and Chi Kung,  is officially under contract with Singing Dragon Press, and is scheduled for publication in 2016. Since Singing Dragon … Continue reading

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