Q Tips

Q Tip # 13: Qigong Flu Shot

October 10, 2013 0 Comments
Q Tip # 13:  Qigong Flu Shot

There are signs, notices and bill boards all over town reminding us to get our annual flu shots.  It’s up to you and your doctor whether you get your shot.  I have no opinion. However,  the arrival of flu season does allow me to share a fun story about the “Qigong Flu Shot”.  There is a […]

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Q Tip # 12: Hug It Out

September 13, 2013 0 Comments
Q Tip # 12:  Hug It Out

We spend hours hunched over steering wheels, computers, our smart phones, and even eating.  Of course this results in unnatural postures.  Our heads are down, our necks and shoulders are pushed forward, and our breathing is constricted.  Is it any wonder we have headaches, back aches and trigger points of pain? Well, just hug it […]

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Q Tip # 6: Email Apnea

September 5, 2013 0 Comments
Q Tip # 6:  Email Apnea

As you sit down in front of your computer, you click on email.  At that moment 1578 unopened messages assault your brain.  If you are like a majority of people, you will hold your breath.  Studies show that your amygdala has difficulty recognizing the difference between the ancient response to a life threatening attack of […]

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Q Tip # 5: A Man Walked in to a Bar and Asked for a Colonoscopy

August 21, 2013 0 Comments
Q Tip # 5:  A Man Walked in to a Bar and Asked for a Colonoscopy

Lou Rawls Colonoscopy  (click on link) Turn fifty years old and (surprise, surprise) your doctor wants to schedule you for a colonoscopy.  Wow!  A birthday present like no other. Not only do you get to drink a mix that would clean out a clogged shower drain, but someone you don’t know is going to stick […]

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Q Tip # 4: Baby You Can Drive My Car

August 8, 2013 0 Comments
Q Tip # 4:  Baby You Can Drive My Car

As you are driving, pay attention to your hands, your shoulders, your arms and your neck.  Most times, you will notice tension in one or all of these areas.  A simple technique is to relax your grip, roll your shoulders back, give your neck a little adjustment by tucking your chin just a bit.  Now […]

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