Tag Archives: qi gong

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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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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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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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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Qi Gong Exercise – Playing the Fingers

A simple Qi Gong exercise you can do while waiting in line at the supermarket. 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 […]
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Change your health with Traditional Chinese Medicine (415) 431-TALK

Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture Herbal Medicine Qi Gong Tai Ji Functional Medicine Supplements Nutrition Lab Testing Educational and Fun Call-in radio show Fridays 7am-8am PST KEST 1450 AM San Francisco, CA Invitation to call With compassion and humor, Dr.  John Nieters, L.Ac. strives to answer our health questions. Sometimes poignant, sometimes irreverent, always an adventure. […]
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Allergenic Foods, ALS, Depression and more. Balancing Point 10.19.12

Eliminating allergenic foods.  Detoxification. Supplements to pull out toxins. Chelation. Link between pesticides and neurological conditions. Herbs for DNA repair. ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Chlordane. Heavy metal testing. Depression. Qi stagnation. Individualized diagnosis. Statin use. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and Functional Medicine. Live streaming. The Balancing Point health radio talk show about Traditional […]
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Ginseng, Diabetes, Diagnosis and more. The Balancing Point 2.23.12

  Energy medicine. Energy movement. Energy alignment. Blood pressure medication. Wu ling san. Chai hu long gu mu li tang. High blood pressure causes. Pulse diagnosis. Blood stasis. High blood sugar. Ginseng. Lower abdominal pain. Chi nei tsan. Diabetes. Glucose monitoring. Diabetic training. Retinal bleeding. Spleen qi. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and […]
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Traumatic injury: broken bones and fractures. The Balancing Point 1.30.12

  Traumatic injury. Sports injury. Broken bones and fractures. Qi gong. Nei gong. No free flow and pain. Free flow and no pain.  Bone setting. Getting the right diagnosis. Wu ling san. Proper qi and blood flow. Things that slow the healing process like wheat (inflammatory) and NSAIDS (which double the rate of non-union fractures). […]
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How to Prepare for Winter. Fall preparations. Balancing Point 10.24.11

Preparing your body for Winter. Sudden energy drops in October.  How to meet the seasonal changes and build and nourish the body for the coming winter.  Qigong exercises, specific foods, specific supplements and more to build and nourish the body and the immune system in the Fall. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Western Perspective, Integrative and […]
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