was brought to the United States by Douglas K. Chung, MSW,MA, PHD. He is a professor in the School of Social Work at Grand Valley StateUniversity in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He is the first social work scholar tointroduce ancient Chinese Qigong Therapies into human services. He teachesQigong Therapy courses to graduate students and has served as a QigongTherapist and master since 1995. Mr. Chung has been a Qigong practitioner sincethe age of 17. He is the president of the Asian Center.
Douglas Chung believes that we have reached a point in our evolution where weneed to learn how to use our energy therapeutically. By integrating Easternteachings and our intuitive skills, he teaches the dynamics of utilizing the mind,body, and spirit to develop our healing energy.Working through this process of Qigong Therapy, one can learn to:Sense and improve your vital human energy
(for self-healing and helpingothers)
.Understand how negative thoughts, fears, frustrations, stress and angeraffect your health and well-being.
(Your thoughts - both positive and negative,become encoded in your biological systems and contributes towards the formation of cell tissue.)
Recognize your mind as the master of your life
(physical, mental and spiritual health)
.Allow your mind to influence your body
(and your body to influence your mind aswell)
To promote the benefits of Wisdom Qigong.To enhance and support the continuing education of students and others interestedin improving their health through the use of this practice.This site will provide:A comprehensive Internet resource of Qigong concepts, postures, exercises,and articles as taught by Douglas Chung and other teachers.Alternative health articles and practices that are preventative, therapeutic,natural, holistic, and complimentary to Western medicine.Links to other websites that explain complimentary Qigong exercises.
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