Wellbeing during social distancing – Qi Kung & acupressure

Greetings! I hope you’re well. Here are some traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine, that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing.

(And itā€™s important to say that the things Iā€™m sharing here are not claims of medical benefits backed up by scientific evidence.Ā  These tips are not any kind of substitute for medical advice or treatment. In particular in no way am I suggesting that anything here can prevent or treat Covid 19.)

Apologies in advance that there are a few technical glitches along the way! But hopefully you’ll get the gist…

Introduction

Wellbeing during social distancing – Introduction

Introduction: Wellbeing during social distancingTraditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancin

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Tuesday, 24 March 2020

1: Opening the Chest (Qi Kung) and Lung 1 (acupressure)

1: Open the Chest (Qi Kung) and Lung 1 (Acupressure)

1: Open the Chest (Qi Kung) and Lung 1 (Acupressure)Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancin

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Wednesday, 25 March 2020

2: Giant Bird (Qi Kung) and Stomach 36 (acupressure)

2: Giant Bird (Qi Kung) Stomach 36 (acupressure)

2: Giant Bird (Qi Kung) Stomach 36 (acupressure)Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing šŸ™‚

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Thursday, 26 March 2020

3: Heaven & Earth (Qi Kung), Heart 7 (acupressure), and Lung meridian (tapping)

3: Heaven & Earth (Qi Kung), Heart 7 (acupressure), Lung meridian (tapping)

3: Heaven & Earth (Qi Kung), Heart 7 (acupressure), Lung meridian (tapping)Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing šŸ™‚

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Friday, 27 March 2020

4: Rainbow Dance (Qi Kung) and Kidney spirit points (acupressure)

4: Rainbow Dance (Qi Kung) and Kidney spirit points (acupressure)

4: Rainbow Dance (Qi Kung) and Kidney spirit points (acupressure)Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing šŸ™‚

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Saturday, 28 March 2020

5: Separating the Clouds (Qi Kung), Lung 3 (acupressure) and Grief (ritual)

5: Separating the Clouds (Qi Kung), Lung 3 (acupressure) and Grief (ritual)

5: Separating the Clouds (Qi Kung), Lung 3 (acupressure) and Grief (ritual)Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Sunday, 29 March 2020

6: Rolling the arms (Qi Kung) and tapping the kidney meridian (acupressure)

6: Rolling the arms (Qi Kung) and tapping the kidney meridian (acupressure)

6: Rolling the arms (Qi Kung) and tapping the kidney meridian (acupressure)(Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing)

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Monday, 30 March 2020

7: Rowing the boat (Qi Kung) and Yin Tang (acupressure)

7: Rowing the boat (Qi Kung) and Yin Tang (acupressure)

7: Rowing the boat (Qi Kung) and Yin Tang (acupressure)(Traditional ideas and practices from Chinese medicine that you may find useful in supporting your wellbeing during the challenges of social distancing)

Posted by Jessica Kennedy – Acupuncture Perth on Monday, 30 March 2020

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