The Most Important Qigong – II (Standing Post – Zhan Zhuang)

The Most Important Qigong – II (Standing Post – Zhan Zhuang)

by John Voigt In silence there must be movement, and in motion, there must be silence. A small movement is better than a large movement, no movement is better than a small. Silence is the mother of all movement.. In movement you should be like a dragon or a tiger. In...
Winter Recipe – Astragalus Dangshen Mutton Soup

Winter Recipe – Astragalus Dangshen Mutton Soup

By NourishU Seasonal Eating in Chinese Medicine – Winter Recipes Winter with the drop of temperature is the time to slow down on physical activities because our body’s metabolic rate will be slower. It is also the time to eat nourishing food to help the...
Calming & Balancing Congee for Better Sleep

Calming & Balancing Congee for Better Sleep

By NourishU Insomnia in Chinese Medicine There are many factors contributing to insomnia such as an unhealthy lifestyle, irregular sleeping habits, eating the wrong foods or eating too much, external disturbances, stress, psychological issues, illnesses or...
Happy New Year!!!

Happy New Year!!!

Wishing you and yours a 2018 filled with blessings, peace, love, health and happiness. <3
Eating Out the Chinese Way – The History of Chinese Medicine Nutrition

Eating Out the Chinese Way – The History of Chinese Medicine Nutrition

By John Voigt One should be mindful of what one consumes to ensure proper growth, reproduction, and development of bones, tendons, ligaments and channels and collaterals [i.e., meridians] This will help generate the smooth flow of qi [life energy] and blood, enabling...
Winter Recipe – Black Bean Congee to Promote Kidney Health

Winter Recipe – Black Bean Congee to Promote Kidney Health

By NourishU Eating in Winter According to Chinese Medicine Winter with the drop of temperature is the time to slow down on physical activities because our body’s metabolic rate will be slower. It is also the time to eat nourishing food to help the body to...
Diet and Spirituality: Feeding the Mind, Body, and Soul

Diet and Spirituality: Feeding the Mind, Body, and Soul

By freelance writer Sally Perkins The idea that food can be a direct route to health and happiness is a belief that’s been long held by proprietors of traditional Chinese medicine. Recipes have passed down through generations that are used to help prevent and treat...
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