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Tai Qi: Separate Left Foot

The next phase of the 24-Tai Qi Series – Separate Left Foot. Dr. John Nieters reviews the previous moves, then demonstrates the Brush Knee and Twist movement. Dr. John Nieters began studying Tai Qi with Master YC Chang almost 50 years ago. He also studied Wing Chun and small circle Jiu Jitsu. He started his […]
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Finding the Right Acupuncturist

Dr. John Nieters was recently interviewed on Holistic Medicine Gurus. Transcript: It is exciting to have Dr. John Nieters, L.Ac., DAOM of Alameda Acupuncture in Alameda, California on our show Holistic Medicine Gurus as Dr. Nieters covers the topic of finding the right acupuncturist in Alameda and the surrounding areas. Dr. John Nieters gives viewers […]
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Tai Qi: Brush Knee & Twist

The next phase of the 24-Tai Qi Series – Brush Knee and Twist. Dr. John Nieters reviews the previous moves, then demonstrates the Brush Knee and Twist movement. Dr. John Nieters began studying Tai Qi with Master YC Chang almost 50 years ago. He also studied Wing Chun and small circle Jiu Jitsu. He started […]
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Sherlock Holmes comes to Alameda Acupuncture

The Curious Case of the Drunken Teetotaler Doctors are perplexed and a wife doesn’t know what to do when her husband displays erratic behaviors. Dr. John Nieters L.Ac, DAOM is often known as the Sherlock Holmes of Acupuncture. Hear an actual case study where his specialized skills are utilized to help this family. Synopsis: Male […]
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Opening Car Door… Tai Qi Style

Did you know you can apply Tai Qi movements to everyday tasks? Dr. John Nieters demonstrates how using your core to open the car door can be effortless and reduce the chance of injury. Dr. John Nieters began studying Tai Qi with Master YC Chang almost 50 years ago. He also studied Wing Chun and […]
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Tai Qi: The Source of the Force

Dr. John Nieters discusses the the Tai Qi principles on the importance of alignment and applying all movements through the core. Dr. John Nieters began studying Tai Qi with Master YC Chang almost 50 years ago. He also studied Wing Chun and small circle Jiu Jitsu. He started his studies with Peter Ralston – who […]
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Qi Gong Observations

More insight into Qi Gong and ways to practice it throughout your life. How to practice and not stress: Know it will take a long time to learn the Tai Qi set Key is to NOT STRESS! Takes about 4 months, of 2 days a week practice to learn a Tai Qi set Different way […]
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Otzi the “Ice Man”

Have you found health benefits from your tattoos? Dr. John Nieters L.Ac, DAOM talks about how the tattoo’s found on Otzi match the acupuncture meridians. Through this knowledge, they were able to explore more on health problems he may have dealt with.

Tai Qi 3: Pie in the Face

3rd phase of 24 set Tai Qi series, “Pie in the Face” Dr. John Nieters began studying Tai Qi with Master YC Chang almost 50 years ago. He also studied Wing Chun and small circle Jiu Jitsu. He started his studies with Peter Ralston – who won the full contact World Championships held in China […]
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Different Types of Needling Techniques

Dr. Jenny Nieters L.Ac, DACM, talks about how different needling techniques should be used based on the athletes current needs. Acupuncture does not need to be painful. Most of Dr. Jenny’s patients report barely feeling the needles, yet seeing amazing results. Excerpt taken from UC Berkeley Guest Lecture Zoom Presentation – April 20, 2020. To […]
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