5 Fall Activities to Elevate Your Qi

Why do some activities make you feel better than others? According to TCM, one of the reasons is that certain fall activities help you find harmony with the seasons’ energy. When you’re able to channel the gifts of the natural world, all parts of your being are...

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5-Minute Qi Gong Breathing Exercise for Processing Grief

Have you ever experienced profound grief and sadness that caused you to shift your perspective on life? Although painful, processing grief is a natural part of being alive that everyone encounters at one point or another. Typically, you experience grief when you lose...

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5 Benefits of Silk Reeling Qi Gong

Do you ever experience pain in your ligaments, tendons, or joints? If you’re like most people, you’ve experienced at least one of these at some point in your life. Over time, the ‘wear and tear’ of daily living leads to aches and pains in different parts of the body....

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How to Harness the Gifts of the Metal Element

Do you ever find it difficult to let go of old thought patterns or emotions? In Chinese Medicine and Qi Gong, the Metal Element plays an essential role in helping you stay healthy and balanced. When the Metal Element is strong within you, you’re able to gracefully...

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How to Harness the Gifts of the Autumnal Equinox

The autumnal equinox represents a unique balance in the natural world. In planetary science, it’s a point when the northern and southern hemispheres share the sun’s rays in nearly perfect harmony. This occurrence reflects a delicate balance between Yin and Yang...

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Lee’s Childhood Experiences of Qi

Long before Lee Holden became a beloved Qi Gong teacher, his concept of Qi was little more than an intriguing sensation he encountered as a child. Even though he wasn’t able to fully make sense of his experiences, he could tell that there was a mysterious energy that...

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