How to tap into the energy of autumn & get glowing skin
Find out how best to care for yourself, both internally and externally, by using Chinese philosophy to harness the energy of autumn.
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Qigong is also known as chi gung or chi kung—but whichever way you say it (or spell it), the overarching concept of this ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine practice remains the same: to bolster energy flow and strengthen the body and mind. The set of Chinese self-healing exercises—stemming from qi (energy) and gong (the achievement that comes from practice)—combines easy, slow movement, rhythmic breathing, and visualization to obtain total wellbeing and self-awareness. Qigong utilises slow, graceful movements to achieve a sense of tranquillity and contentment in body and mind.
Acupuncture and Herbs are well known in the West and over the last few decades millions of people have experienced their healing effects.