Slow Movement with Awareness (like Qi Gong): Better than (Hard) Exercise? | Psychology Today

• Slow Movement with Awareness: Better than Hard Exercise? | Psychology Today. Slow Movement with Awareness: Better than Exercise? How you move is as important as how much you move Published on July 6, 2010 Cardiovascular exercise is now known to be essential for health and well-being. If exercise is your only form of movement,Continue reading “Slow Movement with Awareness (like Qi Gong): Better than (Hard) Exercise? | Psychology Today”

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Philosophy behind Oriental Medicine

• Philosophy behind Oriental Medicine The philosophy underlying most forms of Shiatsu comes from Taoism. The Western viewpoint is that things, if left to their own devices, will get more chaotic. Taoism explores the way in which some systems naturally start to re-balance themselves when they move away from equilibrium. The Western viewpoint is largelyContinue reading “Philosophy behind Oriental Medicine”

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Shiatsu Research

• Shiatsu Research The following are some examples of the latest research being conducted in both Asia and the West into the efficacy of Shiatsu for treating a broad range of conditions. • • The Systematic Evidence Review for Shiatsu The Systematic Evidence Review for Shiatsu has now been published. This Review was commissioned byContinue reading “Shiatsu Research”

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