Research Updates: chi energy martial arts

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  1. Issue 236

    GRYFFIN and CHEN, (1)Department of Health Education and Behavior, University of Florida, Gainesville,  FL 32611, USA. pgryffin@hhp.ufl.edu identified the underlying mechanisms affecting smoking cessatio1

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  2. Issue 175

    BIRDEE and COLLEAGUES,  Osher Research Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02215, USA. g2birdee@gmail.com  conducted a study in order to characterize the use of T'ai chi and Qigong for health wit1

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  3. Issue 165

    SILVA and COLLEAGUES, Teaching Research Institute, Western Oregon University, PO Box 688, Salem, OR 97308, USA. lmtsilvaqigong@comcast.net evaluate the Qigong Sensory Training (QST) program upon children 1

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  4. Issue 128

    OHNISHI and OHNISHI have described the Nishino Breathing Method. Abstract: The breathing method, which was developed and is being taught by Kozo Nishino, a Japanese Ki-expert, is for raising the levels of Ki-energy (or Chi energy) of an individual. 1

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