With these longer summer days, our jobs, errands, social events and constant buzzing around can get exhausting! Or if your work requires hours of sitting and concentrating, you may start to feel that midday sleepy lull. That’s why this week, Parisa is sharing another short and sweet Qigong practice for a midday break!
Most of us are either glued to our computer or “smart-phone” every day, especially when work requires it. That’s why this week, I wanted to give you a short daily practice you can do to alleviate carpal tunnel syndrome and strengthen the muscles in your forearm and wrist.
Last week we discussed the differences between Tai Chi and Qigong, so I thought this week I would share a short version of the Lao Jia Form from Chen Family Tai Ji Quan.
To start off this magical month of July, I wanted to address a question I commonly get asked, “What is the difference between Tai Chi and Qigong?” which is usually followed by “Which one should I practice?”
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