Tag Archives: Qi Gong

Emotional Bias, real or just a symptom?

Published on Medium.com this morning, check out this article. Tai Chi is a subtle exercise form that moves us beyond “staying fit”. Here is a sneak peek at the full article released on medium. Tai Chi was a part of my dissertation and thesis explorations, and I am in awe

Doing too much sitting? Here is a little self-care…

Today I found this video from several years back, and during the pandemic.  I thought it might need some recognition as we move ourselves out of sitting and visiting, and into new year resolutions and goal setting.  I know I want to do more for my self-care in the coming

Wellness is a State of Mind and linked to the Freedom of the Body

Tai Chi is often thought of as a martial art turned wellness activity. It is also considered an exercise like walking, yoga, or stretching. However, it is much more than that. It is a way of being, a way of living, and a way of supporting the body to be

23rd World Congress on Integrative Health: Healing with Peace

Are you ready to learn more about the power of Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and Integrative Health practices?  This 4 day event is packed full of information you to advance your knowledge on health and well-being. To register click here The conference is FREE!!!!  You can make a donation to

The Science of Tai Chi and Qi Gong

As Dr. Greenwell approaches her presentations at this conference, she is excited to understand more about the people who are bringing a whole-body approach forward for self-care and well-being.  Her dedication to almost 3 decades of Tai Chi practice has brought her a wealth of experience and knowledge in relation