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Qigong and Taichi Classes Resume March 5th!

Srijana is away celebrating Tibetan New Years, an auspicious beginning to good things. All her classes resume March 5th on the normal schedule! See you then. Mondays 5:30-7:00 pm, Qigong ...
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Srijana is Celebrating Losar in Darjeeling

Srijana is in the Himalayas for Tibetan New Year! Festivities begin on the new moon Friday February 16th 2018, and last for several weeks. This year is Tibetan Year 2145, the year ...
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One-Stop Detox, March Special $50 (Regular price $119)

Are you ready for the ultimate detox solution? My new client special for the month of March is a holistic, multi-faceted approach to eliminating stored toxins and emotions, to revitalize ...
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Qigong and Taichi Classes

Srijana is practicing intensively with Master Lam Kam Chueng in London. She is teaching his Zhan Zhuang Qigong. “I feel this is the most dynamic, direct, unaltered and un-diluted link ...
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Top 12 Acupressure Points to Optimize Your Health

The simple act of pressing these essential 12 points resets your body’s subtle energy layers, to allow health and wellbeing to flow more easily. Just a few minutes of acupressure on key body points unblocks ...
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Common Diseases, Thoughts, and How to Heal Them

Are our thoughts linked in any way to our physical body? Can habitual thought patterns make our health better or worse? I recently saw the documentary HEAL, in which scientists and spiritual teachers discuss how the mind, beliefs ...
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Introducing Five Seasons Medical Qigong Classes

Five Seasons Medical Qigong is a total approach to health in body, mind, and spirit. You could call it a kind of meditation that penetrates, clears, and enlightens first the ...
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Past Life Clearings Can Heal Old Response Patterns

We sometimes carry wounds, emotions, and memories not only from experiences in our present life, but also from events in past lives. While this is difficult to explain, it is extremely ...
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Maybe This Isn’t the Kali Yuga After All

In 1895 Yogananda’s teacher, Swami Sri Yukteswar 1855 – 1936, wrote an amazing book called The Holy Science, that was clearly ahead of its time. I bought it on Amazon ...
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What is Taichi?

What is Taichi? To answer that question, we need to go back to the roots of Chinese culture – 6,000 years ago – to the story of Fuxi and NüWa ...
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Eight Branches of Chinese Medicine vs. Eight Limbs of Yoga

In ancient times, both Chinese and Yogic traditions developed sacred writings on the highest spiritual practices. It turns out both systems have eight branches, and they are somewhat different. Shall we compare them? In this article ...
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Rudi’s Double Breath Meditation

“As the mind and emotions are housed in the physical body and are functions of the physical man, so too the spiritual body has its own mechanism. This mechanism is ...
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