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Thank you to Molly Axtmann for sending this, and to Wendy Lee for translating the middle section of the song into English.  Sit back and enjoy a wonderful moment of contemplation. It might take a few seconds for the YouTube music video to load. So be patient. It's worth the wait.  Here is the...
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Many thanks to David Wei for sharing this link to Ginger Garner's article correlating good nutrition & exercise with longevity.  Click here to read her article.  Ginger Garner MPT, ATC — is an educator and subject matter expert in medical therapeutic yoga and women’s health. As a published...
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Many thanks to David Wei for sharing this link to Ginger Garner's article correlating good nutrition & exercise with longevity.  Click here to read her article.  Ginger Garner MPT, ATC — is an educator and subject matter expert in medical therapeutic yoga and women’s health. As a published...
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With new classes starting at Wen Wu School this week, what I am thinking about is motivation. Students sign up for qigong classes for a variety of reasons. People are motivated by self-preservation, prevention, medical concerns, quality of life issues, friendship (they want to take a class with...
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With new classes starting at Wen Wu School this week, what I am thinking about is motivation. Students sign up for qigong classes for a variety of reasons. People are motivated by self-preservation, prevention, medical concerns, quality of life issues, friendship (they want to take a class with...
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With new classes starting at Wen Wu School this week, what I am thinking about is motivation. Students sign up for qigong classes for a variety of reasons. People are motivated by self-preservation, prevention, medical concerns, quality of life issues, friendship (they want to take a class with...
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Author and Wen Wu School qigong instructor, Bob Rosenbaum offers wisdom, warmth, and compassion that enlivens the principles of the Tao in humbling and surprising ways. Open the book randomly and start from anywhere. This book, like the journey of life itself, is meant to be savoured.  Enjoy! What...
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The most important part of practice is grounding. That is to say, everything about our mind­–body–spirit integration practices always starts with grounding. So much of life seems to pull us into our heads and leaves us walking around tethered to the body. “It’s as if the body has become a...
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The most important part of practice is grounding. That is to say, everything about our mind­–body–spirit integration practices always starts with grounding. So much of life seems to pull us into our heads and leaves us walking around tethered to the body. “It’s as if the body has become a...
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Follow Devin Dearth, a 40-year old successful businessman, loving husband and father of three, and a champion bodybuilder on his road to recovery from a debilitating stroke. A bleed in the brain stem turns his life around leaving him paralyzed on his right side, unable to walk, hardly able to speak...

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