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Qigong for Vitality 30K Youtube subscriber celebration!
Thank you all for subscribing, liking, commenting on, and sharing our videos! It’s because of you that I am inspired to create content, so thank you so much!
Please say hello, where you are from, and what benefit you notice from Qigong practice 🙂
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Time and Topics
2min 40sec – How should you breathe during Qigong?
5min – Can – Qigong help with stomach distension and bloating?
6min 50sec – What is the Dan Tian?
8min 55sec – How long should you practice Qigong?
12min 50sec – Where and when did you learn Qigong?
14min 25sec – What ‘level of qi cultivation’ have you reached?
16min – How should I place my hands over Dan Tian?
16min 45sec – Any Qigong for menopause and night sweats?
18min – Do I offer Qigong teacher certification?
20min 50 sec – Qigong and back pain
22min 25sec – How long does it take to replenish the Dan Tian?
23min 50sec – Suggestions for eating disorders
26min – The effect of the keto diet on the qi
28min – Qigong and cancer discussion
32min 35 sec – Yin and Yang balance in Qigong
36min 30sec – Qigong and tinnitus
38min – Qigong for knees, hips, feet
39min 05sec – Qigong for difficulty swallowing
41min 37sec – Chronic kyphosis and forward head posture
43min – Qigong and metabolism and weight loss
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I’m Jeffrey Chand, an acupuncturist, practitioner of Traditional Chinese medicine, and Qigong instructor.
I am incredibly passionate about sharing simple Qigong practices because I have directly witnessed how helpful it can be for a variety of health issues, prevention, emotional/mental health, and even spiritual health.
The style that I try to present is simple but effective, because it is based on several Qigong traditions, clinical experience, physical therapy, traditional and modern medicine, and from working with many people from a variety of backgrounds.
This style can be practiced if you are an absolute beginner and if you already have experience in Qigong or Tai Chi.
If you are curious, give Qigong practice a try and I am sure you will notice benefit to your health and wellness 🙂
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