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Qi Gong for Diabetes Workshop in Minneapolis, Dec. 13th

Posted Nov 21 2008 10:02am

Over 17 million people in the U.S. suffer from diabetes. Symptoms include extreme fatigue, blurred vision, itchy skin, frequent or reoccurring infections and numbness of hands or feet. But the truth is you can learn Chinese Qi Gong to prevent or control diabetes on December 13, 2008.

  Join us to discover Qi Gong For Diabetes and Tai Chi to relieve stress and boost your energy. These exercises are gentle and require no equipment. Heal your body & mind this winter season.

No experience is necessary because each form will be divided into separate exercises that are easy to learn. Discover how to effectively work with your life energy.

Diabetes is an imbalance in the production of insulin which is secreted by the pancreas. The imbalance causes the blood sugar level (the level of blood sugar in the bloodstream) and the urea sugar level to elevate. This disorder can lead to cardiovascular disease, chronic renal failure (leading to dialysis), retinal failure (leading to blindness), nerve damage and poor healing capacity, which can lead to gangrene and amputation.

Qi Gong For Diabetes is a system that combines Qi Gong with acupressure massage at specific meridians to  prevent diabetes or help people who suffer from diabetes. You will learn acupressure points that enhance the production of insulin. Learn a set of points to improve the function of the pancreas by increasing blood circulation. Learn to activate your Yin meridians to improve ventricle blood flow back to your heart. This also helps the absorption of sugar by cells through increased usage of sugar.

Qi Gong For Diabetes combines elements from Dragon Door Qi Gong, Chen Style Qi Gong, Wu Dang Qi Gong,  8 Pieces of Brocade and Wild Goose Qi Gong.

DVD’s and CD’s will be available for purchase at the workshop. Please wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing.

Register today online at  http://www.orientalmedcare.com/qigong.html.

This is the fourth of four seasonal workshops in Qi Gong and Tai Chi for 2008.

About the instructor: For more than 20 years Steven Sonmore helped people transform health problems into solutions for attaining better health. Steven is a licensed acupuncturist, Qi Gong instructor, herbalist and Oriental bodywork therapist. He is licensed by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice and certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

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