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PLAYFUL BLOG: SHARING

BY: JACQUELINE H. CHAN

Letting Go

Letting Go    “Like a gentle breeze, letting it move through you and away from you…”   As I reflect, I think of all the feelings, situations, memories (or even resentments) that I...

Bringing in the Healing Waters

The qi gong styles I teach are meditative, soft, and healing in nature. I use metaphors of nature sometimes to ground our practice to our 'natural' environment even if we are indoors. Particularly...

Embodied Wisdom in Qigong

At the end of my morning class that I teach on Sundays, I like to ask for 2 words to summarize their feelings from the practice as well as 1-2 words to describe the intention of the rest of their...

Science & Qigong

Tai Chi Qigong (TCQG) also pronounced "Chi Gong" has been show over the years to be helpful for a variety of conditions. Managing overall stress (Jin P., 1992; Sandlund & Norlander, 2000; Chow,...

Qi gong as Self-Healing

~~ In my experience of practicing chi gong (qigong) for almost 15 years, chi gong (qigong) is a tremendously self-healing practice. Benefits of chi gong:- Stress (citation)- Headaches (citation)-...

Spending time in nature

Spending time in nature

I've heard that us, humans, are also a part of nature. We often think of ourselves as separate from nature, and it's an interesting concept to consider that we are nature just as much as trees are...