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Qigong for Headaches and Migraines with Jeffrey Chand

Qigong for Headaches and Migraines Qigong for headaches and migraines There are many reasons to practice Qigong. From low energy, burnout, stress, digestion problems, insomnia, and pain to headaches and migraines qigong can definitely help. In this facebook livestream replay I discuss the 3 main reasons you can be experiencing headaches and migraines. While it is often lumped together, it’s …

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Qigong for Sensitivities and Anxiety

Qigong for Sensitivities and Anxiety with Jeffrey Chand Qigong for Anxiety and Sensitivities There are many reasons to practice qigong. Amongst the most popular reason is anxiety and sensitivities. Many people experience the symptoms of anxiety such as: Panic, fear, and uneasiness Sleep problems Not being able to stay calm and still Cold, sweaty, numb or tingling hands or feet …

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Qigong for Healthy Boundaries with Jeff Chand

Qigong for Healthy Boundaries with Jeff Chand Qigong for Healthy Boundaries If you want to make sure you receive all of our new YouTube videos, please join our newsletter- don’t worry we won’t spam you and you can always unsubscribe 🙂 https://goo.gl/ZRtB7N There are many reasons to practice qigong. Most people are drawn to qigong practice because of: -pain -illness …

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Qigong Routine for Building Dan Tian Energy

Do you feel as if you are doing “all the right things” – eating well, exercising, taking your herbs and supplements, but you still don’t feel healthy, full of energy, and vibrant? Perhaps your Dan Tian energy is weak. Fear not, this Qigong routine can help 🙂 Never miss a video, and more info For more info visit us here: …

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Qigong for Calming and Grounding the Mind – with Jeffrey Chand

Here is an easy Qigong routine that is helpful for calming, grounding, and centering the Mind. There are so many things that we: should do need to do and want to do that it can feel never ending. We are in a day and age of overstimulation. We are often tied into our email, Facebook, our phones, the news, the …

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