May 10, 2022
Small Universe Circuit

Small Universe Qigong Meditation

Small universe circuit, also known as microcosmic orbit, is the path connecting the most important two meridians or energy channels in our bodies located on the back and front of our body. Governing channel (blue colour path in the drawing), running along the spine and […]
September 1, 2020
Zhineng Qigong 智能氣功

Zhineng Qigong Module 2: Body and Mind Method

The Body and Mind Method constitutes the second module of training in Zhineng Qigong and is focused mainly on development of internal Qi (internal Hunyuan). This method gains both the advantages of keeping-fit and health preserving, and is good for cultivating temperament, as well as […]
August 31, 2020
Reflexology by Always Healthy and Happy Integative Medicine

Reflexology Chart

Reflexology is an alternative therapy originated in Asia as part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Other than a massage therapy that simply relieves stresses and tensions of the muscles locally, reflexology affects the remote body areas and organs by stimulating the points on the feet. With […]
January 21, 2020
acupuncture for pain relief

Acupuncture for Pain Relief

Acupuncture is a treatment modality based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory, tracing back 3000 years ago. As early as 1880s, acupuncture has been considered as a complementary and alternative medicine in Australia and is now integrated into the modern health-care system.  How does acupuncture […]
July 30, 2019
qigong workshop

Qigong Workshop and Class

Qigong is a health cultivating and disease preventing practice originated in ancient China. Qigong practice involves rhythmic breathing, coordinated with slow stylised repetition of fluid movement and a calm mindful state. It enhances the Qi flow by relaxing the body and mind and improves energy […]
January 13, 2019

Ba Duan Jin – Eight Silken Movement Qigong

Qigong is a health cultivating practice originated in from ancient China. Qi is a Chinese character word that refers to the vital energy circulating inside the body. Gong in Chinese refers to “skill” that comes from disciplined practice.
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