Movement Arts that Heal
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Movement Arts that Heal

| Modified on Feb 22, 2011

Tai Chi, Qi Gong
Posted by Chris Parsons (Pemberton, Bc) on 11/18/2009

Hi There, I think i may have contacted you before with a similar question but, anyways, here it is again. By the way, I love the site and recommend it to many clients - I am an acupuncturist and do Cranialsacral therapy as well as run Tai Chi and Qi Gong classes. I was suprised to not be able to find these arts as remedies as they are amazing for so many reasons...it may be that your site is more due to the emphasis on herbals and simple single substance remedies. Whatever the case, maybe you would consider putting it under your remedies section. I am confident as a martial artist of 15 years, that it can change a person's life!

Great site!! Love it and I check in frequently

Cheers,
Chris

EC: Agree, agree, agree! Thanks for the suggestion!

Deirdre

Tai Chi, Qi Gong
Posted by Heather (London, Ky) on 01/18/2010

I was just diagnosed with gastroparesis. I have began yoga and it helps some. Plus, my toddlers love to join me, so it makes even more fun! I have also been reading about many other alternative remedies (ACV, Probiotics, etc,etc.) I have also tried just about everything a dr can write for and some seem to work at first, some dont, but without fail they eventually quit working for me. I would rather approach my many health problems naturally. Many of these "folk remedies" have been around for thousands of years.. Hmm. something is wrong with that picture? Wish it more drs could prescribe alternative therapies. There is so much truth behind so many of them!


Tai Chi, Qi Gong
Posted by Jess (Charlottesville, Va) on 02/22/2011

I have used 5 Rhythms dance as a cure. You literally sweat your prayers and there are no dance steps to learn! I cured myself of overeating this way. It is strong magic.