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The last 6 videos for the Qin Na Fundamentals course have been posted, just in time for summer along with TCM for Stress! Altogether, this course now consists of 14 lessons spanning a runtime of 33 minutes. Thanks you once again to everybody for being patient with us. We ran…

Course Update: Qin Na Fundamentals

Written by Tuesday, 14 March 2017
Check out the latest addition to the Qin Na Fundamentals course: Solo Practice with a Bamboo Bundle. Also, if you missed it, there are now 3 videos posted that cover Claw Strength, Spring Hand Grip, and Fingertip Pushups in the Grabbing Strength section. I've been transcribing the audio into English…

Intro Video: Qin Na Fundamentals

Written by Tuesday, 31 January 2017
We're making an effort to find a suitable and sustainable workflow for releasing our courses without too much of a gap in between updates. Consequently, our next course, Qin Na Fundamentals, will be released lesson-by-lesson as each video becomes ready. Qin Na Fundamentals will be our first martial arts course!…

New Course: Qigong for Balance

Written by Thursday, 27 October 2016
Over 800,000 patients a year are hospitalized because of a fall injury, most often because of a head injury or hip fracture.1 Adjusted for inflation, the direct medical costs for fall injuries are $31 billion annually.2 Falls are serious and costly. Fortunately, there are simple exercises and massage techniques that…

Downloads & Subtitles Update

Written by Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Video downloads for the Back Pain Qigong course are now available for members. English subtitles have also been added. French subtitles for Sitting Qigong and Parts 1 & 2 of Meridian Extremities Qigong have been completed as well.
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