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At the close of 2013 the Wen Wu School (WWS) Dayan Qigong community had the rare experience of a workshop with Master Fu-Tung Cheng who developed his practice of "Effortless Flow" to teach taiji students how to eliminate tension in their bodies. Introducing the idea that, “… for movement to flow,...
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Great photo of a FLAT Back! Look at this great picture of a FLAT BACK,  We cannot see ourselves while bending over, but here are the steps for achieving a flat back: Stand straight Let the tips of your fingers find the middle of the inguinal fold (the "Gwa," in Chinese).  Push the tips of your...
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Great photo of a FLAT Back! Look at this great picture of a FLAT BACK,  We cannot see ourselves while bending over, but here are the steps for achieving a flat back: Stand straight Let the tips of your fingers find the middle of the inguinal fold (the "Gwa," in Chinese).  Push the tips of your...
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Great photo of a FLAT Back! Look at this great picture of a FLAT BACK,  We cannot see ourselves while bending over, but here are the steps for achieving a flat back: Stand straight Let the tips of your fingers find the middle of the inguinal fold (the "Gwa," in Chinese).  Push the tips of your...
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Great photo of a FLAT Back! Look at this great picture of a FLAT BACK,  We cannot see ourselves while bending over, but here are the steps for achieving a flat back: Stand straight Let the tips of your fingers find the middle of the inguinal fold (the "Gwa," in Chinese).  Push the tips of your...
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Great photo of a FLAT Back! Look at this great picture of a FLAT BACK,  We cannot see ourselves while bending over, but here are the steps for achieving a flat back: Stand straight Let the tips of your fingers find the middle of the inguinal fold (the "Gwa," in Chinese).  Push the tips of your...
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Click here to learn about the neuroscience and physiology behind your body's "set points," that vacilate within a range of about 10 pounds, that unfortunatlly go UP, but rarely come down. And learn about how "Mindful Eating" can be a much more effecdtive method for weight loss and establishing...
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Students who participate in both the active and passive arts of qigong already have first-hand experience, knowing about the effects of meditation on our attention and how we feel.  It's always nice to see science validateing what we know, however.  So click this link if you want see what...
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Holiday activities just tend to promote overeating. Studies have shown that distractions such as socializing tend to make us eat more and prefer sweeter - higher- calorie - foods.  Click here to see Dr. Bill Black's "Tips for Minimizing Weight Gain Over the Holidays," published on Dec 10th, in...
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"I'm not a very good learner." "I don't have a good memory." Sound familiar? These are typical comments that come up in class all the time. However good-natured, they speak of frustration, mild impatience with ourselves, and convey a strong undercurrent of concern about perfection. Don't let...

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