Qi Gong for more energy and less stress

Alternative & Integrative Medicine

ISSN: 2327-5162

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Qi Gong for more energy and less stress

International Conference on Complementary & Alternative Medicine

October 17-18, 2018 | Las Vegas, USA

Lee Holden

Holden Qi Gong, USA

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: Altern Integr Med

Abstract :

Statement of the Problem: People are not feeling well and are not clear on the path to changing that. Individuals are feeling stressed, low energy, infertility, chronic disease and other ailments that are becoming more common. There has been an increase in surgeries, medication and medical diagnoses in the last decade than we have ever seen

Biography :

Lee Holden first discovered the healing power of QiGong and tai chi after experiencing injuries that nearly sidelined his Varsity Soccer career at the University of California, Berkeley. Impressed at how these ancient practices healed his body and allowed him to return to playing, he made their study a priority. Today, he is an internationally known instructor in meditation, tai chi, and Qi Gong, as well as a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, and author (7 Minutes of Magic, Penguin 2007). His popular library of Qi Gong DVDs has made him a regular fixture on American Public Television and over 105 PBS stations throughout the U.S.and Canada. His unique QiGong programs have been seen in over 50 million households. His expertise and down-to-earth teaching style have made him a popular speaker and workshop facilitator. He worked with world-famous healer Deepak Chopra as well as Mantak Chia, a widely revered QiGong expert. He is also a stress management consultant to top Silicon Valley corporations like Apple, 3Com, and Cisco, and has been the on-set wellness consultant for several Hollywood film productions. He is a graduate of U.C., Berkeley, with a BA in Psychology. He is a "Doctor of Chinese Medicine," and a graduate of Five Branches Institute in Santa Cruz, a leading acupuncture college in the U.S.



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