In this podcast, Stephen Schleipfer, a Chinese medicine and Qigong practitioner, discusses various topics that relate to the Chinese internal arts. On occasion, expert guests will join him to share their experience and knowledge. We are trying to reveal the deeper principles of these arts, so that students, patients and fellow practitioners can gain a deeper appreciation and joy in the Qi arts and practices.
Introduction to Classical Chinese Medicine
Stephen touches on the 5 module course that will begin January 2020. The following principles and how they apply clinically will be explored:ChangeYin/Yang theory in all its clinical facetsWu Xing theory from the five spirits to its physical manifestationDeeper theory of pathogenic QiSeasonal rhythms Eight Qi movements and their clinical relevance To register for the CCM, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Classical Chinese Medicine
In this episode, Dr. Quinn and Stephen discuss what Classical Chinese Medicine could be. Many practitioners have differing opinions on the defining aspects of this medicine and so we are trying to find clarity and core concepts that defines Classical Chinese Medicine. Of course, we go on various tangents that elucidate other aspects of the medicine.
In this episode, Dr. Quinn, Dr. Heather Becker- Brungard and Stephen discuss aspects of Qigong Tuina. They talk about the basic principles of this healing modality. Highlight its approach to changing the body and give examples that show Qigong Tuina’s efficacy in a clinical setting.
In this episode, Stephen talks about the Chinese Medicine and Qigong perspective on emotional trauma. It is a brief intro on how traumatic patterns form and how they manifest in our lives.
Therapeutic Touch and Awareness
In this episode, Stephen and Dr. Bob Quinn discuss their views on therapeutic touch and awareness. Dr. Quinn has many years of experience teaching Chinese Medicine students Asian bodywork and gentle needling therapies, and Stephen teaches Qigong Tuina and related arts.