Do you ever have the feeling that you just could not be bothered with your qigong and yoga practice?
Intention can help with purpose and direction. Clarifying your desired outcome for your qigong and yoga practice.
Winter is a time for rest and replenishing. Here are some tips for adapting your yoga and qigong practice to support your optimal health during the winter season.
Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi is such an accessible practice. However, there are some practice tips that can help with motivation, enhancing enjoyment, and reducing risk of injury.
Remember that the journey back begins with a single step
The ups and downs of mindful breathing are a lot like taking a staycation
Stay cool with these tips for your yoga and qigong practice this summer.
What time of day is the ideal time to practice yoga and qigong is a common question. I will answer based on tradition, personal experience and common sense.
Spring cleaning this season? Remember to spring clean your mind and body with this mindfulness meditation.
Qigong is a transformational practice. Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi is an easy to learn and accessible form of Qigong. Learn more about how Qigong can be of benefit to you.
5 Tips for Beginning and Staying Motivated with a Home Practice of Yoga and Qigong.
Managing stress is a key factor in preventing premature heart disease. Fortunately, tai chi qigong, meditation and yoga practices are proven to help.
As a powerful anti-dote to the negativity and fear of the pandemic practice gratitude. Try this simple meditative gratitude practice.
When it comes to your meditation and yoga practice do you find yourself giving up in order to give your time and energy to everything and everyone else? If so, it is time to consider your Non-negotiable.
A Mudra or a “gesture” or “seal” is typically a hand position often used in seated meditation.
Everyone is busy! Is that a good thing? Are you missing out on the importance of times for contemplation, restoration and the enjoyment of simply being? Yoga can help.