It’s not easy to explain qigong to people. This 97-second video explains it better than most of my previous efforts…
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The internet can be pretty a confusing place. If you’re still confused about how kung fu relates to qigong, then this quick video explanation will help.
Is tai chi older than qigong? Or is the opposite true? Let’s bust some myths about the ancient origins of these arts.
The ancient healing art of qigong is ready to explode in popularity. When it does, it will revolutionize wellness and health care as we know it. But are we ready?
What’s all this talk about “style,” and what does it mean for the modern practitioner of qigong or tai chi? If you want to understand the truth about qigong styles, then my own journey may help you to see things clearer.
In this edition: Why so many forms?…How long does it take to see results with depression and anxiety?…How can I practice tai chi in a small space?…How can I feel qi?…How do I have no thoughts?…How do you know what to train?…
In this edition: Different Kinds of Energy…Eating and Qigong…Chinese Medicine and the Spirit…Feng Shui…Iron Palm…Dragon Strength…Resistance to Practicing…
If you’re gung ho about kung fu, then whatever style you practice — whether it is Shaolin or Tai Chi or Wing Chun or whatever — you will probably learn something about the Chinese language in this article.
You’ve probably heard it a billion times from your teacher. “Don’t use strength!” But did you know that this phrase originally comes from a famous Tai Chi master named Yang Cheng Fu (1883–1936)?
No matter what style of Tai Chi you practice, no matter what lineage you claim, no matter how you place your hands and feet — you still use the same set of guiding principles. Those principles have been handed down through the generations, and inherited by ALL styles of Tai Chi, in the form of […]