30 Jan 2017

The Chinese year of the Rooster – cock a doodle doos

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The Chinese New Year begins on the first New Moon of the year, which is January 28th, 2017 We all know that the Rooster cock-a-doodle-doos in the morning in order to “wake up” all the other animals. That’s why the Rooster is the creature of Vitality in Chinese culture and energetically able to crow for the rising […]

27 Sep 2016

Effects of Qigong in preventing bone loss for middle-aged women

Effects of  Qigong in the Prevention of Bone Loss for Middle-Aged Women The osteoporosis (deterioration of bone tissue) is becoming a more and more increasingly occurring disease, which leads to risk of fractures, particularly of the hip, spine and wrist. The Western medicine defines as one of the main causes of the disease the abnormal […]

22 Sep 2016

Qigong improves children’s wellbeing at school

Qigong lessons for children offer a possible way to improve wellbeing at school, according to research carried out in Sweden OBJECTIVES: Psychologic problems is increasing among pupils and has become a major problem in Sweden as well as in other Western countries. The aim of this study was to explore whether scheduled qigong exercise could […]