Published by Singing Dragon
Paperback: £14.99 / $24.95
2010, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 256pp
ISBN: 978-1-84819-035-1, BIC 2: VXHT1 WSTM
Bronze Medal Living Now Book Award
The ancient Chinese practice of Qigong combines physical movement with gentle breathing techniques to promote harmony between body and mind, and is quickly gaining popularity in the West.
This step-by-step guide to managing stress through Qigong begins by looking at stress and our response to it from both an Eastern and a Western perspective. The core of the book provides a program with first a series of carefully-designed stress relief exercises, followed by a series of gentler stress prevention exercises, all of which are clearly explained with easy-to-follow instructions for each of the steps, and fully illustrated. The author explains the theory underpinning the Qigong exercises in terms of the principles of Chinese Medicine, including Yin and Yang, The Five Elements and the circulation of energy (Qi) through the meridians. Extensively trialled with Maggie's Cancer Care Centres, and designed specifically to fit around a busy lifestyle, the Qigong program set out in this book will help to reduce stress, decrease anxiety and restore energy.
This practical book will help anyone who is prone to stress, regardless of their level of ability or experience of Qigong. It will also be a useful resource for Taijiquan and Qigong instructors, alternative therapists, and other professionals working with clients who are affected by stress.
5 October 2010
This past weekend, Singing Dragon attended the 7th World Congress of Chinese Medicine in The Hague, Netherlands. The theme of this unique and important congress was “The Clinical Practice and Scientific Research of Chinese Medicine”, with a focus on the topics of andrology, the treatment of infertility, anti-aging, and research and development in Traditional Chinese...
1 October 2010
In this interview, Gordon Faulkner – Principal Instructor at the Chanquanshu School of Daoist Arts in Scotland – answers some questions about his new book, Managing Stress with Qigong. How did this book come about? The first input to lead to the book was at International Daoyin Qigong Symposium in Portugal in 2005 when European...
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