Chuang Tse’s Fish

Chuang Tse’s Fish

Derived from Interviews with Bruce Frantzis One of the most debated and well-known quotes from Chuang Tse occurs at the end of Chapter 17 in the book, Readings in Classical Chinese Philosophy by Philip J. Ivanhoe: Chuang Tse and Hui Tse are wandering across a bridge...

Qigong Tui Na Healing

 By Susan Kansky My Introduction to Qigong Tui Na The first course I took with Bruce Frantzis was a weekly class in Qigong Tui Na (Chi Gung Tui Na) in San Francisco in 1989. I had a private practice in Palo Alto, California doing various kinds of Asian Bodywork...
The Art of the Micro-Practice

The Art of the Micro-Practice

By Brian Cooper I began teaching in 1989 and still have many students who started with me back then. These long-term students have not found any problem practicing on a regular basis and that’s probably why they are long-term students.  In more recent times many...

Qigong Basics for Everyone

By Steve Cardoza M.S. L.Ac.(First published in the Spring 2008 issue of Qi Journal)IntroductionAs interest in the theory and practice of qigong continues to grow in the United States, and with so many varieties of qigong available for study, it becomes increasingly...

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