Tai Chi and Qigong for Acupuncturists
Learning qigong (pronounced chee-gung) can be extremely beneficial for acupuncturists and their practice. It will boost the acupuncturist's health and is a quick method of calming the mind, body, and spirit in preparation for the next patient.
Any time a healer uses traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) such as acupuncture, acupressure, or massage to treat a patient, there is a mutual transfer of qi. What is qi? Qi is what the Chinese call the energy that runs through our bodies along pathways that TCM calls meridians.
The art of qigong translates to breath work and is a large body of exercises designed to cultivate your qi (energy). The exercises range from very simple stances focused on proper body alignment combined with breathing techniques to postures that focus qi to a specific organ and complete sets of moving postures.
Some of these moving meditation sets, designed to flow smoothly and continuously, are what we know as tai chi (pronounced tie-chee) or, more properly, taiji (whose deeper meaning encompasses the balance of the cosmos).More>>
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