I once practiced qigong for 4000 days in a row. That’s 11 years without missing a single day. You’re probably imagining me as someone with tons of willpower and lots of healthy habits. And you’d be right — if you were imagining me in my present form. Today, I have boundless willpower, I eat my […]
A guest post written by Sifu Anthony’s wife, Dr. Akemi Borjas de Korahais.
Every year, my wife and I lead a group of 20-30 students to our amazing retreat center in Costa Rica. Together, we enjoy a week filled with new friendships, million-dollar views, amazing food, and of course qigong! Here are the most frequently asked questions about the trip….
This is a replay of a live, online question and answer webinar with Sifu Anthony and Dr. Akemi (May 20, 2017).
This interview will be helpful for your friends and family who have never heard of qigong but who desperately need some of the many benefits that it has to offer.
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We all know that qigong is great for healing. But is there anything else it can do? Like maybe clean the garage? Because that would be awesome.
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