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A Woman's Qigong Guide

A Woman's Qigong Guide—Empowerment Through Movement Diet and Herbs

by Yanling Lee Johnson

Women; take care of yourself physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Practical instruction for specific exercises, herbal remedies, diet, weight loss, depression and staying young.

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Release date: 
May 1, 2001
Paperback: 168 pages
8.98 × 6.06 × 0.5 in
ISBN: 9781886969834
Printing: Black and White

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Bring Balance to Your Life with Qigong!

Stop... Breathe deeply...

When was the last time you gave yourself permission to relax, to focus only on yourself, to truly enjoy your body?

Although there are so many demands on your time and energy, you cannot forget to take care of yourself: physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Qigong is the simple and natural way to ensure that these needs are met. Combining gentle movements with centuries-old meditation techniques, Qigong is the perfect holistic fitness practice for the busy woman who has only a few minutes to herself in the car, at lunch, or just before falling asleep at night.

Yanling Lee Johnson, a survivor of China's Cultural Revolution and a longtime Qigong healer and practitioner, addresses the stresses that women of all stages of life face, as they negotiate modern living. Let her teach you simple techniques for maintaining balanced health.

  • Practical Instruction for Specific Exercises
  • HerbalRemedies & Diet
  • Heal Injuries and Illnesses Within Yourself
  • Special Instructions for Mothers and their Babies
  • Tips for Weight Loss, Depression & Staying Young and Beautiful


About the Author

Yanling Lee Johnson

Yanling Lee Johnson was born in Beijing, China, November 1944. She first became interested in Herbs and Qigong at the age of three, watching her uncle treat his patients using herbs and Acupuncture. Her whole childhood, in fact, was spent in the Chinese Qigong community, bearing witness to people around her using Qigong and herbs to heal their internal and external illness, all the while reading and practicing on her own. Under Chairman Mao's oppressive regime and subsequent Cultural … More »