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Why do I even need a coach trained in Medical Qi Gong?
However, it wasn’t until I worked with a Qi Gong healer and then a coach for a specific part of my life that I really broke through. There is something about the accountability that you just don’t get when reading through self-help books, going to yoga, and listening to meditations with Oprah. All those things are great but what you accomplish when you get the junk out of the way with assistance and accountability is where the magic really happens. Coaching skills address the unconscious patterns that blocking progress and healing; medical Qi Gong healing gets to the deep unconscious blocks and brings the body into balance.
How are your sessions delivered?
How do I know which service (health coaching or Qi Gong healing) to chose?
Will I be asked to dramatically change my lifestyle?
What if I don't like to be touched?
What is coaching and Qi Gong healing to me?
After experiencing my own deeply healing process, I have no doubt that those who really want to make a change in their lives can do it. I also know first hand that sometimes people need a little help. The ancient Chinese believed that energy runs through invisible conduits called meridians. When these conduits or pathways become blocked or sluggish, symptoms can begin to arise over time. Symptoms can be just slight, annoying pain to chronic and serious conditions such as autoimmune issues and cancer.
Thousands of years ago, before acupuncture system was developed, the Chinese used Qi Gong and Qi Gong healing to stay balanced and well. In my practice, I work with people as both a health coach to both consciously uncover habits and motivating factors as well as medical Qi Gong practitioner to addressing some of the underlying blocks deep in the body that might get in the way of progress and deep healing. I know that it is my life’s calling to support others in realizing that the can be free of pain, anxiety, and chronic health challenges. They can discover contentment in their lives and ride the waves of change better than they ever thought was possible.
How did you get into this work?
After my experience with my mom’s cancer and the other family member’s progress with holistic approach to healing, I began to explore different healing modalities. So many approaches were based in Qi Gong healing, even if it wasn’t acknowledged. Since I had already experience what Pangu Qi Gong practice had done for my life, when an opportunity to learn and study medical Qi Gong in a year long local course came up, I knew I had to take it. After the first weekend with my instructor, Paul Fraser, I was hooked and I knew I was on the right path.
I started my practice, but I began to get more curious about empowering my clients to make and stick with healthy behavior change. It was clear that so many of us know what we need to improve our life or to be happier – we just can’t seem to make it happen. This lead to me completing certified as a holistic health coach. That hc training, my knowledge about nutrition to reduce inflammation, and the medical Qi Gong healing skills combines to create a very unique, effective, and deeply healing experience for my clients.
What has changed about you since you have been practicing Qi Gong?
After a dedicated practice of over 4 years, I rarely get sick or injured. I know that the reason for this is that the Qi Gong works to balance every aspect of my body, physical mental and spiritual. My reserve energy of qi reservoir is large, so when inconvenient, unfortunate, and yucky things happen, I am ready to ride it out. This has been a tremendous game changer for me. Now, I help others learn to ride out whatever the weather blows in. I love the Pema Chödrön quote: “ You are the sky; everything else is the weather.” That’s what I hope to show my clients who work with me.
What kinds of conditions and situations do you address in your practice?
Why do people need coaches and healing support?
Do I have to learn and practice Qi Gong to get better and achieve results when working with you?