3-Minute Breathing Exercise for Less Stress and More Energy

Because breathing occurs involuntarily, it can sometimes be easy to overlook the various qualities that are present in each breath. Furthermore, because we often don’t pay close attention to how we breathe, it can be difficult to realize the significant role that it...

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What to Do When Qi Gong Doesn’t Feel Good

Qi Gong is always supposed to feel good, right? After all, isn’t that the whole point of the practice? It’s true, Qi Gong is intended to help us feel more centered, alive, and healthy. Therefore, it can sometimes seem surprising when the practice leads to unpleasant...

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3 Exercises for Healthy Digestion

Digestive issues affect millions of people around the world. In fact, it’s estimated that between 60 and 70 million people suffer from digestive diseases in the United States alone.  For many who are not diagnosed with a specific digestive issue, pain and...

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The History of the Five Animal Frolics

There are many different forms of Qi Gong that celebrate the energy of animals, and one of these is called the Five Animal Frolics. Since Qi Gong originated by observing nature and mirroring its movements, it only makes sense that animals are an important part of the...

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