Qi Gong Vocabulary 102

Qi Gong helps us process many of the emotional experiences that we all encounter. Since humans are complex creatures, this means there are a multitude of energies that we’re required to work with. In Lee’s classes, he often uses terms such as “purging,” “tonifying,”...

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Guest Post by Angela MacLeod

I’d like to share my experience incorporating Qi Gong into my movement classes with seniors who have dementia. I was teaching/leading a movement class at a dementia retirement living center while I was taking the Holden QiGong Teacher Training. I started weaving...

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How to Cultivate a Positive Mindset with Qi Gong Principles

A positive mindset is one of the core elements of a fulfilling life. Love, happiness, and joy are experiences that step from the intangible power of positive thinking.  While much of our happiness-seeking energy is often directed toward changing our external...

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Acupressure Theory and Principles

As one of the Five Branches of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupressure is a powerful tool for health and healing. Like Qi Gong, it is a form of ‘healthcare’ that doesn’t require a medical degree, making it easily accessible to anyone who is willing to learn....

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Should Qi Gong Teachers Charge Money?

In the realm of wellness and spirituality, money is a subject that doesn’t always seem to fit properly. On one hand, seeking or asking for money can easily be viewed as a selfish or individualistic pursuit, which obviously contradicts the intention of most spiritual...

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Lee’s Six Herbal Recommendations for Good Health

As one of the Five Branches of Chinese Medicine, herbs can play an important role in health and wellbeing. While Qi Gong allows us to use our consciousness to guide our energy to cultivate vitality, sometimes, it’s important to have a little extra support in our...

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