Tag Archives: balance

Daily Daoist – Tai Chi: Got Gong

[Daily Daoist] Tai Chi: Got Gong? Jessice Sommar, MSc Tai chi is like any art, sport or devotion – the more you do it, the more you build up what the Chinese call ‘gong’ or ‘benefit from work.’ We don’t … Continue reading

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The Taiji Examiner – Tai Chi For Pain Relief

The Taiji Examiner Top Pain Management Doctor Recommends Tai Chi For Pain Relief by Violet Li Dr. Daniel Richman is a board-certified anesthesiologist who has specialized in pain management since 1991. Some of the honors he has received include “One … Continue reading

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Qigong and the Yin-Yang Nervous Systems

From the Master Qigong and the Yin-Yang Nervous Systems by Chun Man Sit, with Michael Ferrari Qigong is not a single system, like Tai Chi or Bagua.  In fact, there are literally thousands of different qigong methods, created by people … Continue reading

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Research Update (2/11)

The purpose of the present study is to investigate the effects of yoga on balance and gait properties in women with musculoskeletal problems. DESIGN: Twenty-seven women (30-45 years old) with musculoskeletal problems, such as osteoarthritis and low-back pain, were included in the present study. Continue reading

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