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  1. Breakup, Breakdown, Breakthrough, Breakdance

    by Timothy Elfring

    Break ups…. Almost everyone have had to deal with one or more in their lives. I have had quite a good and peaceful childhood, excelled at school without really having had to do anyt...

  2. Buqi - Chinese Energy Therapy to Restore Balance

    by Monica Perdoni

    Buqi (pronounced boo chi) translates as Chinese healing with vital forces and was developed by Dr Shen Hongxun, drawing on Chinese and Western medicines, Tai Chi, acupuncture, Budd...

  3. BUQI: An introduction to a new Chinese healing system

    by Dr Shen Hongxun

    Buqi is an old Chinese word – to indicate healing – during the Han dynasty. In historic books one can find records about people curing diseases without touching but nowhere is th...

  4. Chi Exercises for Health and Rejuvenation

    by Peter Chin Kean Choy

    Peter Chin has been practicing Tai-Chi and Chi Kung for the past 25 years and is a Chi Healer at The Hale Clinic. The Chi exercises were about the practice of harmonising Nature's ...

  5. Chi Kung and New Meridian Energies Synergy

    by Catherine Dixon

    Meridian Energy Therapies provide Chi Kung with a new context and practical relevance. This article focuses on the association between Chi Kung and Meridian Energy Therapies (whi...

  6. Chi Nei Tsang

    by Christopher Larthe

    Chi Nei Tsang, a branch of Taoist medicine, was introduced to the West by the Taoist Master Mantak Chia. It is a method for releasing the toxic winds of emotional energy, which can...

  7. Chi-Neng Qigong - 21st Century Health Practice

    by Jeremy Lazarus

    Jeremy Leach relates his experience of the profound practice of Chi-Neng Qigong – the mind/body practice that can improve health, promote mental and emotional well-being and promis...

  8. Choi Kwang-Do - Complete Martial Art and Fitness Program

    by Anthony Aurelius

    ...named after its founder, Grandmaster Kwang Jo Choi, is one of the youngest martial arts in the world. Started just over 16 years ago, it is a testimony to how modern science can...

  9. Coordination of Body, Mind and Spirit

    by Aaron Hoopes

    Aaron Hoopes, a long-time student of Eastern philosophy, the martial arts and alternative medicine in the USA, Australia and Japan, explains how it is possible to achieve perfect c...

  10. Discoveries of a Chi Healer

    by Peter Chin Kean Choy

    As a child, I was very intrigued by the Art of Healing and Martial Arts. My father, Chin Ket Leong, was a Chinese Medical Practitioner and a Martial Arts Master. At home, my brothe...

  11. Embracing the Yin, containing the feminine

    by Firouzeh Tajadod

    My Taiji Master used to say “Women are naturally better than men at Taiji”. I used to think that he was merely flattering us women, as in fact he did not have many senior female ...

  12. Falun Gong: A spiritual form of Qigong

    by Peter Jauhal

    Since its first appearance in China in 1992, Falun Gong has attracted more than ten million people practitioners.

  13. Introduction to Aqua Tai-Chi

    by Peter Chin Kean Choy

    The Author developed the Aqua Tai-Chi system of exercises in 1986, which combines Tai-Chi with other Chi Kung/Taoist exercises, after recognizing the importance of the feeling of b...

  14. jin shin jyutsu

    by David and Donna Thomson

    JIN SHIN JYUTSU® is an ancient Japanese art of harmonising life energy within the body. It is a physio-philosophy that involves the application of hands on energy locks (points) of...

  15. Kalarippayat: The Martial Art of Kerala, South India

    by John Paul Cassie

    Kalarippayat, the ancient martial art of South India, is based on the science of Yoga for its forms and exercises, and its medical treatments are based on the science of Ayurveda.<...

  16. Ki Treatment: Healing with Sound and Touch

    by Alice Solomon and Annabel Hardy

    This article focuses on Ki/Chi energy flow along the body’s meridians and energy channels, its philosophy and origins, what it is and how it works as a treatment. 

  17. Medical Qigong - An Innovative Treatment for Hypertension

    by Dr Seth Lefkowitz

    In this article the author maintains that hypertension, more commonly known as high blood pressure, is the number one morbidity factor in developed countries. Allopathic (conventio...

  18. Million Dollar Health Secrets - Standing Meditation

    by Allan Rudolf

    In my twenty-five years as a body therapist I have come across the words "million dollar health secret" three times. The term denotes a simple technique or practice which can easil...

  19. My China Experience (Part One)?

    by Allan Rudolf

    The question mark after 'Part One' is not a printer's error. It is there because the experience hasn't really been crystallised fully in me yet; it is still evolving.

  20. My China Experience (Part Two)

    by Allan Rudolf

    My China story continues (see Positive Health January/ February 1997 for Part One). Let me recap very briefly before continuing. I went to China last year for a month to immerse my...

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