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Working In: Qi Gong and Tai Chi

Working In: QiGong and Tai Chi

This is a loose transcription of the video ‘Working In: Qi Gong and Tai Chi’ Brad:Qi gong and Tai Chi are ancient Chinese health practices that combine visualisation, movement, breathing and meditation to cultivate what the Chinese call Qi (pronounced, and also spelled ‘Chi’) — the life energy that flows through the body’s energy pathways […]

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Meditation Made Simple

Meditation Made Simple

This is a loose transcription of the video  ‘Meditation Made Simple’ Brad: Hey guys, If you’ve read my article on Primal Health entitled ‘10 Easy Ways to Meditation‘ you would have read about some of the ways I’ve incorporated active and passive meditation into my life. Traditional ‘passive’ meditation can take a long time to master. […]

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35 Everyday ‘Exercises’ You Don’t Have to Make Time For

35 Everyday 'Exercises' You Don't Have to Make Time For

Movement, defined as “The act, process, or result of moving” (your body, in this case), is the 5th of the Primal 6 keys of optimal health. We all know that movement is important, yet all we ever talk about is exercise, defined as “bodily (or mental) exertion”. By definition, they are not much different. However, exercise seems like something we have to make […]

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10 Easy Ways to Meditation

10 Easy Ways to Meditation

Scared to meditate? Don’t think you can shut off your mind? Do you envisage yourself sitting crossed legged on the floor saying ‘ohm’ or chanting? Fear not! Meditation comes in many forms, and has massive benefits for your health. Meditation can simply be a tool to help you relax your mind; improve your focus, your […]

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Is Stretching Really That Important?

Stretching and Flexibility

Yes! Stretching, or flexibility, is the ability of your body’s joints to move through their full range of motion (ROM) to be able to do what they are designed to do. A joint’s ROM can be negatively affected from day to day activities such as bad posture and incorrect bending and lifting, as well as […]

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