Movements, slow and deliberate with awareness of your body, are the key. It does not happen all at once, but it does happen IF you commit to doing something for yourself and take the time to learn it. In 2013, I spent 48 days in China that included 30 days at the Wudang Kung Fu & Tai Chi School to get a more up close & personal experience, and I got every bit of that and more.
My college degrees are in English Language & Literature/Creative Writing, with a very small minor in art, and I have a doctorate from the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. I freelance various creative writing projects that find their way to my desk. I have worked with an International Classifications of Diseases (ICD) committee of 24 representatives from various countries part-time for 30 years (diagnosis coding is kind of a weird interest of mine).
I begin my day with Ba Duan Jin (Eight-Piece Brocade) Qigong. I am also certified to instruct it from a medical standpoint using Meridian paths connected to each organ to move the Qi, as well as to address emotions that may be present. I practice Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention daily (a version of SUN style).
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I have several private students & teach 2 regular classes in Columbus for a physician whose patients are benefiting from learning Tai Chi for Arthritis & Fall Prevention. I also teach a class for Ba Duan Jin Qigong that is part of a different program.
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