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Meditation and Exercise

  Meditation is a great way to calm the mind, release stress, and center emotions. With a consistent practice, meditation has been shown to have numerous benefits for both mental and physical health. Similarly, physical exercise is widely recognized as an essential...

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How to Integrate Qi Gong into Your Busy Daily Life

  Are you one of those busy people who love Qi Gong but don’t always practice as much as you’d like? Are you sometimes confused about how to integrate Qi Gong into your schedule? Without structure and support, it can be easy to let your practice fall by the wayside....

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Transform Stress Into Joy This Summer Season

  We all love to gather with loved ones and celebrate the long days and warm weather. Summer brings a certain magic that starts in childhood and persists throughout our entire life (as long as we continue to pay attention to it). Summer carries with it the spirit of...

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Qi Gong for Summer

  Summer is a time for fun, excitement, action, and love. There’s a reason that many people experience a free-spirited joy during the year’s hottest months. In addition to the halt of academic studies, the season brings a unique energy that fuels passions and...

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A Personal Account of a Qi Gong Immersion

  Taking one of Lee’s powerful immersions is many things: An exploration of self, a reclaiming of power, and broadening of possibilities, just to name of few. In the west, we’re quick to focus on outcome rather than process. While it’s certainly wise to consider the...

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Five Reasons to Become a Qi Gong Teacher

    Self-care practices are becoming increasingly popular in the west! More and more, people are learning the value of cultivating their own personal routine for health and happiness. Work, family, and life in general put people under enormous pressure, and many are...

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Connecting to the Center

What does it mean to be centered? In Qi Gong terms, it signifies having energy in the center of the body. The center is called Dan Tian, which means “elixir field” and a place to store energy. Think of the Dan Tian as a reservoir and a place of inner strength. The Dan...

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Sample Practice: Qi Gong for Better Sleep

  Energy and vitality is a blessing, and a great night’s sleep is an important part of feeling like your best self. Getting good sleep is essential for maintaining health and repairing the body. Simply put, good sleep is good medicine. However, many have a difficult...

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