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How to Make a Chinese Herb Decoction

Cooking Chinese herbs can be confusing, especially as different formulas are sometimes cooked in different ways. However, in general, Die Da (injury) formulas often use the same cooking procedures, so the instructions that follow on

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NEW COURSE: Xing Yi Nei Gong

The xing yi nei gong is a series of sixteen health and longevity exercises created by Wang Ji Wu, a famous martial artist and doctor of Chinese medicine. Wang, who lived to be over 100

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Tui Na Seminars in France

Just back from Teaching in France. Mohammed Saiah and Emmanuel Potevin organized Zheng Gu Tui Na (ZGTN) Level 3 seminar which was held at the Maison du Tai Ji in Bagnolet. Teaching the Paris group

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Combing Therapy in Traditional Chinese Medicine – 梳法 SHU FA

Combing therapy is an ancient method of health care that can be practiced by anyone to improve their health. In the Sui Dynasty, physicians discovered that the simple act of hair combing produced beneficial results, including brighter hair, less hair loss and a reduction in headaches and improved sleep. Combing the scalp regulates the meridians and acupoints on the head, thereby harmonizing the functioning of the internal organs. Combing Therapy is really an extension of Tui Na (Chinese medical massage) and self-care therapies often characterized as Dao Yin (guiding/leading or guiding/pulling), or Yang Shen (nourishing life) techniques.

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Tian Gan (“Heavenly Stem”) Nei Gong

These traditional exercises are used by Ba Gua and Xing Yi practitioners to develop torsional power that is connected directly to the spine and legs, forming the basis of the so-called “silk reeling energy.” The

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